U.S. President Donald Trump used Twitter Saturday morning to say the media is being biased in his news – failing to report the good news about the decrease in the National Debt during his first month in office.
In a regulatory filing, Wells Fargo & Co said there might be more bank customers who were affected by the phony accounts scandal than once thought.
$4.99 – that’s how much SoundCloud is offering for its mid-priced subscription plan. $5 cheaper than both Apple and Spotify’s $9.99 offers.
According to a CreditCards.com survey, the majority of people are not changing their credit, even though credit card companies are hoping consumers will get the latest offerings.
U.S. student loan debt is rising, and it’s surpassed the amount of credit card debt Americans owe.
Just one-quarter of outstanding car loans were given out to subprime borrowers – the ones that have the most difficulty.
The federal government will be writing off $178.4 million worth of student loans – the second year for write-offs.
The cash registers at Arby’s fast food restaurants were found to have malware, and the breach may have affected over 355,000 debit and credit cards.
For people who’ve been making their minimum required amounts on their credit card debt, it may no longer be enough for Fannie Mae.
The National Advertising Review Board has informed Comcast that it can no longer make the claim that it’s got the “fastest Internet in America.”