More millennial men are choosing to live with their parents compared to previous generations, according to an analysis by J.P. Morgan.
CFPB Director Kathy Kraninger said the CFPB was unable to do its job because the Department of Education (DoE) had “declined to produce information” that the agency needed.
Total U.S. household debt is now $993 billion higher than the peak of $12.68 trillion in the third quarter of 2008, according to a new report by the New York Fed.
Pilots stressed that they were the “last line of defense to being in that smoking hole,” according to a new recording obtained by CBS News.
Student loan game show host Michael Torpey is “excited” about presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) proposal to cancel a broad swath of American student debt.
Presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) took a shot at the Department of Education’s Betsy DeVos on Monday, calling her “the worst Secretary of Education we’ve seen.”
Americans are increasingly falling behind on their retirement savings, and it could get be worse for the millions in the gig economy.
A Greek port that has served the city of Athens since ancient times is China’s poster child for the success of its 21st centuryBelt and Road Initiative (BRI).
College graduates saddled with loans has become a major problem for the economy, and a political hot potato. So just how big is the problem, really?
Berkshire Hathaway’s vice chair, Charlie Munger, said Saturday that the one mantra he followed in life came from Singapore’s Lee Kuan Yew, the first Prime Minister of Singapore who governed for three decades.
The booming U.S. economy has good news for recent college graduates who have majored in theology and religion or are medical technicians, according to a New York Fed survey.
The study — which compared 15 metrics ranging from cancellation and delay rates to in-flight comforts across 12 U.S. airlines — found the Seattle-based airline to be not only the best overall, but also the safest.
Tesla (TSLA) owners are likely to have the highest average credit scores, according to a new study by LendingTree, and the reason may ultimately come down to cost.
Loup Ventures Gene Munster underscored how Apple is evolving into more of a services company, even though Wall Street hasn't really accepted this shift.
With a handful of companies controlling the market, the newly announced merger between two of the world’s biggest textbook makers worsens an already “broken textbook marketplace."
The U.S. shale boom broke OPEC’s stronghold over the oil markets, reducing the organization to “nothing more than a phony organization,” says one trader.
A leading think tank described presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s massive student debt cancellation plan “regressive” and “expensive."
Tesla (TSLA) short sellers are having a field day with the company’s weak first quarter results, and one analyst is calling CEO Elon Musk a “lying magician.”
Boeing (BA) will report earnings before the opening bell tomorrow, the first key test of how two fatal crashes involving its flagship plane have impacted its brand — and the bottom line.