Apple Pay Later launches after a six-month delay
Apple announced the soft launch of its long-awaited buy now, pay later service option for Apple Wallet.
Spirit Airlines bringing in 4,000 pilots, flight attendants, other team members this year
Spirit Airlines said it will hold five recruitment events in cities across the U.S. in April, and that the hiring announcement is not related to JetBlue's acquisition of the low-cost airline.
Starbucks' Howard Schultz grilled by Senate over anti-union actions
Longtime Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz insisted the coffee chain hasn't broken labor laws and is willing to bargain with unionized workers during an often testy, two-hour appearance before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee.
US home values fell $2.3 trillion in 2022, but homeowners still benefiting from pandemic era gains: Redfin
The total value of U.S. homes was $45.3 trillion at the end of 2022, down 4.9% from a record high of $47.7 trillion in June – the most significant June-to-December drop in percentage terms since 2008, according to Redfin.
'I'm feeling helpless and unmoored': Etsy sellers go unpaid after Silicon Valley Bank collapse
Etsy said it will have to delay payments to its sellers after the Silicon Valley Bank collapse, but its words are of little comfort to those in need.
Good News: Student loan refinance interest rates edge down for 5-year loans
The latest trends in interest rates for student loan refinancing from the Credible marketplace, updated weekly.
Savings window opens: Today's 30-year mortgage rates fall to lowest levels in 26 days | March 13, 2023
Check out the mortgage rates for March 13, 2023, which are down from last Friday.
Biden tells US to have confidence in banks after 2 collapse
President Joe Biden on Monday told Americans the nation’s financial systems were safe, seeking to project calm following the swift and stunning collapse of two banks that prompted fears of a broader upheaval.
Lawsuit: Transgender Wells Fargo teller says managers ‘laughed’ as customers mocked her
The former teller said customers abused and bullied her while her managers stood by, laughing or “playing silent.”
Home price gains lose momentum in December, but rate of decline slows: CoreLogic
On an annual basis, home prices increased by 6.9% in December compared to 8.6% in November and a historical high of 20% gained last spring.
Savings window opens: Today's 20-year mortgage rates edge down | Feb. 23, 2023
Check out the mortgage rates for Feb. 23, 2023, which are largely unchanged from yesterday.
Companies can’t silence laid-off employees in exchange for severance, Labor Board rules
The National Labor Relations Board issued the ruling this week, which said employees cannot be prevented from making disparaging remarks about their former employer in exchange for severance.
Rising inflation pushed Americans to pick between paying their bills or saving for the future: Allianz
Continued market volatility in the U.S. economy caused many Americans to report that they had to cut down on saving for the future, according to a recent Allianz survey.
Private student loan interest rates tumble for 10-year fixed-rate loans
The latest trends in interest rates for personal loans from the Credible marketplace, updated weekly.
Today's 15-year mortgage rates dip below 6 percent | Feb. 22, 2023
Check out the mortgage rates for Feb. 22, 2023, which are largely up from yesterday.
Microsoft, Nintendo strike 10-year deal for 'Call of Duty,' other titles
"Call of Duty" and other Activision Blizzard titles will be made available on more platforms.
IHOP to bring back free short stacks for National Pancake Day
Pancake lovers will have a chance to fill up on the buttermilk breakfast item next Tuesday.
Credit card delinquency rates for new users were higher than for those with established credit
Credit card delinquency rates have been trending higher for new credit users, according to a TransUnion report. High inflation and a volatile interest rate environment may cause delinquency rates to increase in the U.S. in 2023. Here’s how to pay down high-interest debt quickly.
Many Americans need second income to afford student loan payments without Biden's forgiveness plan: Survey
Fifty-five percent of Americans with student loan debt said they would have to work a second job to pay off loans, according to Cleo's survey on student debt forgiveness.
Today’s 20-, 30-year mortgage rates hold steady | Feb. 21, 2023
Check out the mortgage rates for Feb. 21, 2023, which are mixed from last Friday.