Back in the 1980s, American Airlines decided to boost its corporate coffers by offering unlimited lifetime airpasses for $350,000. Only 66 people purchased them, but now that American has yanked the passes from some of those travelers, they’re suing.
Seems the path to riches may involve a moving truck. According to a new study, some states are more conducive to building wealth than others, and where you live could help you climb the economic ladder.
A national charitable organization set up to help disabled veterans and their families is under scrutiny for allegedly spending millions of donation dollars on marketing and other services rather than putting it into the pockets of American veterans.
Some major companies and corporations such as MF Global and AMR, the parent company of American Airlines, have filed for bankruptcy. In the process, they may have, directly or not, caused some people to go bankrupt.
According to a new study by the FINRA Investor Education Foundation, men and women aren’t equal when it comes to credit cards. It says that, on the average, women pay half a point higher on credit card interest rates than men do, even when income and level of education are factored i…
Three years ago, a federal act meant to help reduce the number of people who smoke greatly increased the tax rates for cigarettes, roll-your-own tobacco, and small cigars, counting on the fact that making smoking more expensive would prompt people to quit. And while it may have caused some to do so, …
During times of slow economic growth and high unemployment, business for cheap fast food restaurants like McDonald’s usually surges. It turns that out that profits may not be the only things skyrocketing at a McDonald’s near you, though.