Netflix Inc. posted weaker-than-expected second-quarter revenue and subscriber numbers Monday afternoon, sending its stock into a sharp dive during after-hours trading.
Monday’s top personal finance stories
Farmers’ markets may soon be unable to accept EBT cards electronically.
Amazon.com Inc.’s site was down late Monday afternoon, interrupting the flow of sales during the e-commerce giant’s 2018 Prime Day.
The payout is the biggest award to date in the Commodity Futures Trading Commission whistleblower program.
Half of Amazon’s shoppers are expected to have an Alexa device following the Prime Day sales event.
A new academic paper shows that voters notice when their access to mortgage credit is tightened, and vote their disapproval.
The drug pricing controversy isn’t going away anytime soon, hardly good news for pharmaceutical companies.
Count “The Bond King” among the Wall Street pros fretting about the flattening — and potentially inverting — yield curve.
Novartis’ then-CEO sent ideas to lower drug prices to Michael Cohen — proposals that later appeared in President Donald Trump’s drug pricing plan.
U.S. stock futures sought firm direction Monday, as investors looked toward another batch of high-profile earnings reports to help steer trading following last week’s rally.
By virtue of its economic prowess and global reach, the U.S. has engaged in a fair number of trade wars in its short history.
Before the humble straw, America had a long history of banning plastic packaging.
This woman believes her sister took advantage of their ailing mother’s last days.
Joining a gym in 2018? Here’s why it could save your life.
This man wants to know how they should split their assets.
The man many consider to be Hollywood’s biggest star took a tumble at the box office this weekend.
Amazon driving traffic to all parts of its business with its Prime Day perks, including to the bricks-and-mortar Whole Foods stores.
Enjoy more of what you’ve saved along the way
In some parts of the country, it could take renters decades to build up a 20% down payment.
Boys make twice as much as girls, according to a new study.
This woman believes her sister may have run away with her father’s money.
Obesity and sleeplessness have risen among New Yorkers, among other ailments.
‘A word of warning to your readers: Don’t trust anyone.’
Freight Transportation Services Index is booming — and that’s bullish for stocks, writes Mark Hulbert.
This man wants to know whether he has any legal recourse after supporting his girlfriend for three years.
Amazon’s annual sales promotion definitely offers consumers the chance to save—but not all deals are created equally.