Square examined its transaction data and polled its small businesses to see what they thought their customers' views on cash and card are.
The FCC has announced a new rule that would give phone companies permission to block calls they deem spammy by default, like email.
Congress is jumping into the robocall battle — joining the FCC and the private sector. Fines aren't working, so lawmakers want to do something about it.
Warren Buffett describes his most "fun" investment at the 2019 Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders Meeting, a bizarre duck hunting club called Atled.
TurboTax and H&R Block steer people who are eligible for their free version to their paid product in ways that appear to violate the spirit of the companies' agreement with the IRS.
Through agreements between the IRS and private sector tax preparation companies like TurboTax, Americans making under $34,000 can prepare and file taxes at no cost. But many of them pay full price.
The CFPB is changing how it issues subpoenas to companies it investigates, by giving the companies more information. Consumer advocates see this as another step to declawing the agency.
T-Mobile and Comcast exchange authentication certificates that will make calls between the two platforms "verified" as not spam.
JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, and Bank of America CEOs said they would support or at least look into supporting legislation to outlaw reordering transactions out of chronological order to facilitate overdraft fees.
One way to deal with robocalls: sending your own robot to talk to them. Google's version works well, but it's not available to everyone.
The head of the S&P index committee, which oversees the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average announced he will retire in August 2019.
Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan is stepping down. Here is a list of all the scandals that occurred at the bank in the past few years.