As more businesses adopt digital payment methods, consumers are prompted to leave a tip at places they typically wouldn’t. Some feel it has become more frustrating as the price of items has risen because of inflation.
According to the numbers released, the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area has the fastest job growth in the state right now. And the Texas economy as a whole had the second-strongest job growth on record.
The Treasury Department says it has started taking “extraordinary measures” as the government has run up against its legal borrowing capacity of $31.381 trillion.
A recent survey by Forbes finds that some young adults are using payment apps to cover the costs of restaurant tabs, groceries, and rent.
The softer readings add to growing signs that the worst inflation in four decades is gradually waning.
President Joe Biden, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are seeking to downplay their frustrations with one another on migration and trade as they meet for the North American Leaders Summit.
More than 15% of consumers who financed a new vehicle toward the end of 2022 committed to paying more than $1,000 a month, the highest percentage ever recorded.
U.S. sales between Nov. 1 and Dec. 24, a period that is critical for retailers, were fueled by spending at restaurants and on clothing.
Many analysts expect stocks to end 2023 around their current range, if not a bit higher. But before that, much of Wall Street is also forecasting stock prices to fall sharply in the interim.
As interest rates increase, many economists say they fear a recession could happen — and with it, job losses that may cause hardship for households already badly impacted by inflation.
Congress faces a midnight Friday deadline to pass a spending bill to prevent a partial government shutdown.
The latest move will further heighten the costs of many consumer and business loans and increases the risk of a recession.
More than half of U.S. adults say it’s harder to afford the holiday gifts they want to give this year.
This is the fifth straight month with a slowdown.
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Workers and their unions say the deal doesn't do enough to address their quality-of-life concerns and doesn't add any sick days.
The number of homes sold in the 100 largest housing markets this October was half of last year, according to the Knock Buyer-Seller Market Index. While that may start to give home buyers more power, experts say high-interest rates are preventing a true buyer's market.
Shortly before Thursday's votes, Biden defended the contract that four of the rail unions had rejected.
If an agreement wasn't reached before a Dec. 9 deadline, the unions threatened to strike -- which would have devastating effects on the U.S. economy.
Consumers are hopping online to find more discounts on gifts that have increased in price due to inflation. The popular online shopping day is projected to rake in more than $11 billion in sales.