Instagram "influencers" are notoriously secretive about how much they earn by being on Instagram. But Yahoo Finance spoke to a few who were willing to describe how the pay affected and changed their lives.
Value-added water — which is purified water that contains additional vitamins, nutrients, and minerals — may not be worth the money.
In the heat of the summer you might expect consumers to reach into the cooler and grab a soda, but it’s sparkling water that’s emptying shelves across the US these days.
Life in New York City seems adventurous and affordable on TV shows like “Girls,” “Friends,” “Sex and City,” and “Seinfeld.” The mobile rental app Roomi looked at the residence, occupation, and average income of the characters to see if they could really afford their luxury pads in 2017.
Higher education can get expensive, so it’s important to take every opportunity to save big. Before students call mom and dad to put money into the bank, they should check out these 20 discounts just for them.
A new study finds millennials eat out an average of five times a week, and are falling for other financial vices, like going out for drinks and buying coffee, more than older generations. Yahoo Finance spoke with several millennials to see what’s driving these decisions.
A lot of people are speculating that Whole Foods will drop prices now that it's being acquired by e-commerce behemoth Amazon. But Whole Foods shoppers shouldn't get excited about cheap prices yet.
Stanford students graduate this weekend, and some of them will likely be forgoing lucrative jobs at big companies for jobs at startups.