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The Street: The means through which I acquired a tabby comprise the best investment a would-be pet owner can make.
As more people turn to their smartphones and tablets when thinking about a purchase, retailers and marketing companies are rushing to figure out ways to transform these mobile browsers into buyers. Some are providing special bargains. A few are tracking shoppers' every move around the store and nudging them to seal the deal.
The Street: Buying a inexpensive automobile used to mean settling for a bland hatchback or sedan, but no more - as Kelley Blue Book's picks for 2014's Coolest New Cars Under $25,000 show.
The Street: The trickle of lawsuits that have been filed by restaurants and hotels over negative reviews posted to sites such as Yelp and TripAdvisor is about to become a torrent. That's the opinion of many experts who say this now is inevitable.
U.S. safety regulators are demanding that General Motors turn over reams of documents and other data showing what the company knew and when it found out about a dangerous ignition problem that has been linked to 13 car-crash deaths.
Bloomberg News’ Julie Hyman examines the new sandwiches offered by Starbucks as it enters the fast food breakfast wars on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.” (3:04)
The Street: All-wheel drive is an underrated feature during a particularly snowy winter, but it comes in particularly handy around this time of year when those gray clouds suddenly douse much of the country with rain for weeks at a time.
Sears is investigating a possible security breach after a series of cyberattacks on other retailers have exposed the data of millions of consumers.
So, it's Saturday afternoon and guests are coming in a few hours; the house needs cleaning, the dog needs walking, and you're short half the ingredients for dinner.
The Street: Troublesome signs ahead for the auto market could translate into a big opportunity for buyers. But they're going to have to act in the next six weeks or so.
Those "Nutrition Facts" labels that are plastered on nearly every food package found in grocery stores are getting a new look.
The Street: Want to know when to buy your tickets for spring break? CheapAir.com might be able to help. Earlier this month the website posted its Spring Break Flight Index , a stock market style ticker stream that tracks the prices of flights to popular destinations on a daily basis.
The Street: While having a guerilla analyst moment at a local Target turned partial supermarket, I found 10 new products that are comparable to emerging markets on supermarket shelves.
The Street: What happens when a generation grows up during one of the worst economies in living memory? It learns to count on itself.
Do reduced fee Internet programs for low-income families, like Comcast's Internet Essentials, work? More than 35,000 Philadelphians are in the program. The deadline for joining is March 18. (2:17)
The Street: I logged into the desktop version of Facebook Sunday night and was greeted by what the company calls a new, streamlined newsfeed.
Hands-free communication is even more distracting than trying to juggle a cellphone, according to a AAA study. Yet, Apple's CarPlay is to be unveiled Monday. (3:01)
McDonald's saw a key sales figure drop in the U.S. again last month as the world's biggest hamburger chain struggles to beat back competition and adapt to changing eating habits.
The Street: Financial advisory agency deVere Group recently asked 1,125 clients with investable assets of more than $1.5 million which subject was the most difficult to discuss with family, friends and colleagues.
The Street: It's a case of dis-armed robbery. Two conjuring crooks are reportedly putting women under a hypnotic trance, stealing their valuables and leaving the victims to wake up later with no memory of what happened.
The Street: If you've been laid off recently and want to get right back on the job track, you're going to need a plan.
Economics in a nutshell: The February employment report was no fluke as other indicators are pointing to better job gains.
The Street: If coffee continues to rise at a fast pace over a short period of time, brace for increases in the prices of ground coffee at your local supermarket.
(MCT) If there’s no caramel cheesecake, you’re not likely to eat any. But plop one down on a table among a group of friends and the forks...