As tax filing season gets under way, here's the lowdown on whether the stimulus payments you received last year will be counted as taxable income—and how to claim any stimulus money you're still owed when you fill out your return.
Working 9-5? If only. As millions of Americans struggle to make ends meet, Dolly Parton's song is tweaked to glorify the gig economy and a 12-hour workday.
Many companies release their commercials ahead of the big game. A 30-second commercial spot during the 2021 Super Bowl cost $5.5 million, so every second counts.
Dogecoin's price surge has sparked renewed interest in other cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Users should be aware of any fees that may apply with Bitcoin purchases, depending on the cryptocurrency exchange platform accessed.
Democratic presidents are "more willing to heed historical lessons," but Republicans cling to "magical" tax cuts and deregulation theories during economic downturns, states a new economic analysis.
George Mitchell and his band of engineer brothers helped create the U.S. shale revolution.
Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson and other drug companies are working to block votes on shareholder resolutions that would force the companies to disclose how government funding affects their drug pricing.
People can invest in silver through future contracts, precious metals securities and physical metal.
The former Minnesota governor called out the financial system and claimed capitalism's flaws were being exposed.
Melvin Capital lost 53 percent on its investments in January alone.
Critics said Publix "funded Capitol insurrection" and accused the company of donating to the Florida GOP governor to become the sole distributor of the vaccine statewide.
Democrats say they're prepared to pass the first federal minimum wage hike since 2009 with or without Republicans.
The airline recorded its first annual loss in 48 years this week as the COVID-19 pandemic impacts travel.
Tucker Carlson told his Fox News audience that the Robinhood trading app favored big investors and hedge funds. Just seconds prior, an ad at the network said the complete opposite.
The army of amateur traders responsible for the increase in GameStop's stock will lose out when the share price collapses, analysts have warned.
The involvement of subreddit r/wallstreetbets also amounts to stock price manipulation, Ross Gerber, CEO of Gerber Kawasaki Wealth & Investment Management told Newsweek.
Screenshots shared on social media apparently taken from the investment platform showed a message informing users that instant deposits were "temporarily unavailable for crypto purchases."
Jaydyn Carr was given 10 GameStop shares worth $6 each by his mother two years ago. At the time, the purchase seemed like a modest investment unlikely to yield vast returns.
Speaking to CNBC, Tenev said: "We absolutely did not do this at the direction of any market maker or hedge fund or anyone we route to or any other market participants."
Robinhood, an app for trading stock, prevented users from buying GameStop and other stocks that were flying higher. Now, Republicans and Democrats alike are slamming the app.