Montel Williams has been the face of MoneyMutual since 2009. From now on, his ads for the payday loan facilitator will feature a disclaimer warning New York residents not to bother applying because the loans in question violate state law.
California's Housing Trust Fund has been an empty treasure chest for 20 years as the gap between the demand for affordable housing and the number of available units has swollen to crisis levels. Now state lawmakers are trying to fix it.
Worker strikes, weak sales, and threats to the company's business model lead McDonald's to oust former CEO Don Thompson in January. Now they're going to pay him another $3 million to stay on as a consultant.
Three public school teachers out of every four surveyed say they regularly see students come in hungry. The long-term effects of student hunger are devastating, not just for the individuals but for society as a whole.
High-end real estate transactions between the very wealthy, shrouded in legal secrecy and tangled in webs of shell companies, appear to be fueling criminality amid a housing affordability crisis for everyone who isn't rich.
Corinthian Colleges left its students in massive debt and without much hope for the economic advancement their degrees were supposed to offer. Rather than help students shrug off those debts, the government decided to help the company sell its schools to a new brand. Now, students are fighting back.