Car repossessions are growing as Americans still struggle with high car prices and inflation.
The company well-known for Monopoly, Play-Doh, and My Little Pony toys says the layoffs are 15% of its global full-time workforce.
Other chains, including Taco Bell and Starbucks, are also looking for workers.
The resilience of the U.S. job market has been a major surprise, but analysts say the good times for America’s workers aren’t likely to last.
Tax credits for electric vehicles are a key feature of President Joe Biden's landmark climate law.
As Americans rack up record-high credit card debt after a year of soaring inflation and interest rate hikes, charge-offs are beginning to roll in at the start of a looming default crisis.
As more businesses adopt digital payment methods, consumers are prompted to leave a tip at places they typically wouldn’t. Some feel it has become more frustrating as the price of items has risen because of inflation.
Precious metals expert predicts gold and silver will rise in 2023 as government spending results in increased inflation and U.S. hits debt ceiling.
Google has become the latest tech company to trim staff after rapid expansions during the COVID-19 pandemic have worn off.
The Treasury Department says it has started taking “extraordinary measures” as the government has run up against its legal borrowing capacity of $31.381 trillion.
Party City is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after struggling with rising prices and a pullback in customer spending.
Job candidates can apply now for the role on the Netflix website for a chance to travel and earn a quality salary.
A recent survey by Forbes finds that some young adults are using payment apps to cover the costs of restaurant tabs, groceries, and rent.
The softer readings add to growing signs that the worst inflation in four decades is gradually waning.
Inflation eased to 6.5% in December compared with 12 months earlier.
President Joe Biden, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are seeking to downplay their frustrations with one another on migration and trade as they meet for the North American Leaders Summit.
More than 15% of consumers who financed a new vehicle toward the end of 2022 committed to paying more than $1,000 a month, the highest percentage ever recorded.
The Federal Trade Commission says the rule would open new job opportunities for 30 million Americans and raise wages by $300 billion a year.
U.S. sales between Nov. 1 and Dec. 24, a period that is critical for retailers, were fueled by spending at restaurants and on clothing.
A recent survey from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York reveals most people will hop to a new job for a starting salary a little over $73,000 a year.