Shares of the San Francisco-based cryptocurrency exchange, which trade under the ticker COIN, opened for trading at $381 apiece, giving the company a valuation of about $99.5 billion.
The Port of Galveston is pushing hard to get cruise ships sailing from the island again after being idled by the pandemic.
The U.S. government's highway safety agency is investigating complaints that the air bags may not inflate in a crash on thousands of General Motors vehicles.
After more than a year of the pandemic, a lot of people have felt their finances pinched. That's especially true for those who were hoping to retire, only to find they may have to wait.
A Houston family says they've been struggling to get birth certificates for their adopted daughters for the last few years from Texas Vital Statistics.
A national online bank is launching this summer aimed at helping Black and Latino communities.
Verizon is recalling 2.5 million mobile hotspots used by schools and sold by stores after some reports of overheating and two reports of minor burns.
While the pandemic has made it impossible for some retailers to stay in business, a new report suggests tens of thousands of retailers could disappear in the coming years.
South Korean electronics maker LG says it is getting out of its loss-making mobile phone business to focus on electric vehicle components, robotics, artificial intelligence and other products and services.
A foldable infant bath seat sold exclusively on Amazon between July and October 2020 has been recalled due to a potential drowning hazard.
Target will allow customers to trade in an old baby car seat for a 20% off coupon toward a brand new one from April 5 through April 17.
The average American wastes $139 a month on fees, interest, and impulse buying, according to a study by The Ascent. Experts say it's because we don't educate ourselves enough about money.
One of the byproducts of the pandemic is that we've watched a lot more TV, in the last year. A survey found two-thirds of us are watching more, or at least as much TV, as pre-pandemic times.
It might seem like the end of the world. But credit and rental histories can be rebuilt.
Fraud has skyrocketed in the pandemic. In unemployment alone, the state of Texas suspects it has paid more than $575 million to people who obtained the benefits fraudulently just this year.
If you need money to pay for an unexpected bill or to make rent, more banks and credit unions have started offering small personal loans with lower costs than payday loans.
The Better Business Bureau is warning that gift card scams have tripled over the last three years. The Federal Trade Commission says one in four people have been scammed out of an average of $700.
If you think you'll never save enough money to buy your own home, there's a little known loan that might help. A USDA home loan.
A brand of salmon burgers sold exclusively at Costco is being recalled over fears that it may be contaminated with pieces of metal.
Now that anyone over 16-years-old can get a COVID-19 vaccine in Texas, scammers are rolling up their sleeves, too.