Lack of Financial Education Has Led Young People Into Debt, Study Says
A majority of adults believe their lack of financial education as a child has caused problems in later life.
Thousands of NFTs Bought By Art Lovers Now Virtually Worthless
Thousands of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) of "The Kiss" by Gustav Klimt sold to art lovers are now worth a fraction of their purchase price after prices crashed.
Credit Lenders Use Facebook to Decide On Approvals, Experts Say
Credit organizations are looking at your Facebook page to see what you spend on clothes or travel to decide on your loan applications, experts say.
Despite Setbacks and Delays, the Sky's the Limit On Tesla and Rivian Profit
As both companies seek to meet production targets, analysts weigh in on where each of them will be by the end of the year.
Is Bitcoin an Inflation Hedge? Cryptocurrency Experts Weigh in
Newsweek spoke to finance academics about whether the world's first cryptocurrency can weather inflation.
McDonald's Requiring Russian Buyer to Employ Current Workers for 2 Years
The company announced on Thursday that its buyer "will acquire McDonald's entire restaurant portfolio and operate the restaurants under a new brand."
Will Gas Prices Go Down In June?
The average cost of a gallon is now an eyewatering $4.49. Economists and other oil industry experts set out what needs to happen for prices to fall.
Woman Blasts Job Interviewer Who Said There's 'More to Gain Than Money'
The job seeker said the first "red flag" appeared when the job was listed without salary information.
Truth Social Buyer Warns of Bankruptcy Risk Given Trump's Past Failures
Several of the former president's business ventures, including Trump Taj Mahal, Trump Plaza and Trump Castle, have gone bankrupt.
Starbucks Breaks Silence on Abortion Issues, Will Pay Employee Travel Costs
Starbucks was previously among several major companies advised to remain quiet on abortion issues.
The Scout Brand is Coming Back as a Rugged Electric Vehicle
Volkswagen plans to release an all-electric pickup truck and SUV in 2026.
New Look: Missing Crypto Queen May Have Surgically Changed Appearance to Avoid Capture
Bulgarian-born German citizen Dr. Ruja Ignatova invented the cryptocurrency OneCoin, which she marketed worldwide, attracting investors from far afield.
Musk Pauses Twitter Deal On Information Known Since 2019, Shares Plummet
Billionaire tweets about 5 percent of Twitter users being fake—but Twitter have openly admitted this for years.
Tea Shop a Front for Selling Smash-and-Grab Merchandise: District Attorney
Customers suspected that the Quickly bubble tea cafe was conducting questionable business long before officials began investigating the San Francisco store.
Internet Slams Boss Who Said 'Pat on the Back' is 'Worth More' Than Bonus
"They obviously don't value you there and just see you as workhorses they can beat," said one commenter.
El Salvador Loses $38M in Bitcoin Crash, Faces Potential Default
Having made Bitcoin legal tender in September 2021, the country has made several big currency purchases, frequently buying at prices well in excess of $40,000.
Can China-choice John Lee Reboot Hong Kong Business with Law and Order?
"I think people will follow the trend of where they can make money," John Lee said, "where they can develop and follow their dreams."
Inflation Rate Higher Than Predicted, But Worst Might Be Over
Inflation was up 8.3 percent in April, higher than the 8.1 percent that was predicted, but the rate of increase slowed for the first time since last August.
Billionaire CEO Says Hire 'Grateful' Ukrainians Instead of Lazy Americans
"Idea: recruit engineers from Ukraine. They are extremely talented, hard working and grateful, and you will be doing good," Bill Ackman tweeted.
Cryptocurrency News Today: Bitcoin Remains Bearish After Massive Sell-off
Demand for safe-haven assets rise, putting pressure on cryptocurrencies.
How to Reach a Human Being In Customer Service
Getting a real person on the phone to help with a customer problem at a big company can be frustrating, but there are a few tricks that work.
Tim Hortons Faces Boycott Calls Over Requiring Vaccination for Summer Camp
"A business that was once seen as a symbol of Canada is now a symbol of tyranny," one boycott backer complained on Saturday.