Study: Most Prepaid Cards Live a Short Life
Don't look for prepaid cards to replace checking accounts anytime soon. While the cards can work as a stand-in for traditional bank accounts, a new study finds most cards are short-lived.
Supreme Court Case Could Curb Debt Collection Lawsuits
Fearing that the legal playing field could be tilted against consumers, a group of federal and private consumer agencies have filed briefs in a U.S. Supreme Court case that threatens to shift the cost of a lawsuit to consumers in debt collection cases.
PTT Exploration Delays $3 Billion Fund-Raising Plan
Thailand's PTT Exploration & Production PCL (PTTEP.TH) is unlikely to complete its $3 billion recapitalization by October as intended because some shareholders want more time to consider the plan, but it aims to complete the fund-raising by the end of this year, Chief Executive Tevin Vongvanich
How the Superrich Don't Pay Taxes
There is generally a lot of strategizing involved to reduce a taxpayer’s adjusted gross income and as of right now--it's all legal.