Give the ridesharing company a chance before you call the newly public stock a bust.
Favorable financial results have spurred confidence in the teen retailer's expansion efforts.
Skip this key step and you could pay a huge penalty.
The prices you pay for key goods and services held steady in January. That has important implications for investors and consumers.
The online travel company hopes that experiences and restaurants will pick up the slack.
Social Security recipients need to understand as they prepare their returns for the 2018 tax year is that they may have to include some of their benefits as income on their tax returns.
Changes to a potentially controversial tax penalty could save you some money.
Exchange-traded funds have become one of the most popular ways to invest.
Expect some small boosts to what you paid for your healthcare coverage last year.
There are still lessons to learn from one of the biggest boom-and-bust stories in stock market history.
Millions of retirees worry about a possible government shutdown, but there's not as much to worry about as you might think.
Berkshire bought back more than $925 million in stock during the third quarter, all in a two-and-a-half week period in mid-August. This marked what could become a big shift in strategy for the insurance giant.
A look back at fundamentals on the 10th anniversary of Satoshi Nakamoto's white paper on bitcoin.
Policy advocates are looking for ways they could change the way the program works to make it more financially viable over the long run.
From the beginning of the internet, one lure of e-commerce was that shoppers often didn't have to pay sales tax. But that all changed Thursday, with the highest court in the nation reversing its past jurisprudence.
Find out what the pioneering CEO said about stock splits and what it means for the e-commerce giant.
The SEC has gotten involved in the question of whether cryptocurrencies are securities, which would require further compliance measures from companies looking to make initial coin offerings.
The benefits might not be as big as you expected.
Legislation suggests the answer is yes, but the facts don't match up.
There is a lot to know about the cryptocurrency.