Officials with the Federal Trade Commission announced that University of Phoenix will cancel $141 million in debts owed to the school by students who were harmed by ads that were allegedly deceptive.
Stealing towels from a hotel is one thing, but taking the mattress is going way too far.
To honor the memory of a UPS driver who was killed Thursday in a kidnapping and police pursuit that ended in gunfire, UPS drivers across the country will be pausing on their routes for a moment of silence at 5 p.m. ET Monday.
Get the french fry lover in your life the perfect gift with new holiday merchandise from McDonald's.
The utility company announced a $13.5B settlement with individual Northern California wildfire victims on Friday. It includes settlements for claims from the Ghost Ship fire in Oakland.
If you haven't noticed the thousands of retail stores closing their doors over the past decade, it's because like most consumers, you're buying everything online now.
Airbnb has officially banned party houses on the platform. The move comes two months after a deadly shooting at a Halloween party hosted at a rental home.
A young man in Rhode Island who was repeatedly denied employment has taken matters into his own hands — and now runs his very own business.
Most Americans dread the holidays due to spending, according to a new survey.
Takata has discovered a new problem with its air bags that has led to at least one death.
Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down as CEO and president, respectively, of Google parent company Alphabet. The move caps more than two decades during which the pair have shepherded the one-time startup they founded in a Silicon Valley garage. Pichai, who has been Google’s CEO since 2015, will now also head up Alphabet. The company isn’t filling Brin’s position as president.
Critics of the high-end exercise equipment maker say the ad is sexist and classist.
Many of the stores that remain have the same old problems. They’re grungy and understaffed, poorly stocked and losing vendors.
Potato crops damaged by cold and wet weather could reportedly mean a shortage of the beloved french fry.
Amazon pulled a number of holiday ornaments featuring images of the Auschwitz death camp posted by sellers on its platform.
A Starbucks employee who made national headlines for printing the word "PIG" on coffees ordered by a police officer has been fired.
Many Walmart shoppers were not pleased to learn that the retail giant's employees do not earn holiday pay for foregoing time with their families.
We're checking out a company in Phoenix that's busy grinding, brewing and innovating -- but at Cult, it's not all about the coffee.
The FBI is offering cybersecurity advice to people who purchase new smart TVs on Black Friday.
Another small town in Italy is offering homes for a little more than $1 to build the population and boost its economy.