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Consumers already crawling out of debt will be leaving their credit cards in their wallet this holiday shopping season. Jaclyn Giovis reports.
Posted In: Economy, Retail
Roughly 212 million Americans went shopping for the official start of the holiday shopping season spending an estimated $45 billion. Retailers were ready with low prices and online gimmicks to encourage you to spend some money.
Posted In: consumer spending, Economy, GDP
Increased consumer spending and stronger sales of American goods abroad helped the U.S. economy grow 2.5 percent between July and September, the U...
Federal judge to consider dismissing lawsuits against Toyota for alleged sudden acceleration defects
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Toyota's powers of persuasion will be put to the test in federal court today. A U.S. District court judge in California is scheduled to consider...
Posted In: General Motors, IPO
General Motors returned to the New York Stock exchange today with shares opening at $35 per share and rising to about $36 in early trading, marking...
Homeowners who lost their homes because of the "robo-signing" paperwork mess could be getting some hopeful news.
Posted In: Banks, foreclosures, mortgage
Homeowners who lost their homes because of the "robo-signing" paperwork mess could be getting some hopeful news....
Posted In: alcohol, beverages, caffeine, FDA
What do you have when mix you four beers with two cups of coffee? Some call it Four Loko - the canned beverage sold by Chicago-based Phusion Pro...
Posted In: Housing
Homeowners struggling to avoid foreclosure may not have experienced the worst of their financial woes. Mortgage documentation issues that led to foreclosure moratoriums at many banks could lead to another financial crisis, according to a Congressional Oversight Panel report released Tuesday.
Posted In: Retail
As we head into the holiday season, retailers had some good news today -- October sales are up 1.2 percent, beating expectations. Jaclyn Giovis explains.