By Janet Fowler
After nearly 40 years, the battle of the burger giants has recently taken a turn. Wendy's has overtaken Burger King for second place in the war of the burger giants -- a title that Burger King has held since 1972. Technomic Inc.
By Gloria Goodale
As Occupy Wall Street mobilized for its May Day of global action, many who watched the tent-powered movement flower last fall wondered if this day would mark the group's spring awakening or offer final proof that the movement died when the snow fell and the campers went ho
By Andrew Housser
When it comes to a topic as important as your finances, it's smart to ask plenty of questions so you can make well-informed decisions. Here, we have answers to 10 of the most frequently asked money and debt questions.
By Odysseas Papadimitriou
With the national average price for a gallon of regular gas hovering around $4, the majority of consumers are looking for ways to ease the burden of everyday transportation. So, what are the best ways to save?
Americans are looking at lifestyle changes.
By David Grant
In a rare bipartisan vote, the Senate on Wednesday passed a postal reform bill to head off a potential shutdown at the struggling US Postal Service, which now owes $13 billion to the Treasury and is expected to run out of cash as early as this summer.
The Senate bill aims to ease post
By Laurent Belsie
You won't notice it when you mail a letter or buy a stamp. But the post office is in crunch time.
It will run out of money in August if Congress doesn't act. Even if lawmakers come up with temporary fixes, the long-term outlook is stark.
By Rachel Brown
There can't be many Internet users who haven't heard of Facebook -- the social network site, brainchild of U.S. college student Mark Zuckerberg. But worryingly, it's not just our friends who are keeping up with what we're doing online.