From eggs and waffles, to parcels and packages, Waffle House is offering more than just breakfast.
From frequent flier miles to cash back, many consumers like those credit cards that give something in return
You may meet your potential new employer virtually before you ever get that face to face interview
Let the games begin, March Madness kicks off this week, and basketball fans are willing to invest time and money to watch their favorite teams.
NBC's Kurt Gregory has some tips on ways to save when planning your vacation.
Fake IRS agents have targeted nearly 400 thousand people and managed to sway 3 thousand into giving...
The list by identifies new vehicles without features such as navigation systems, bluetooth functions, keyless ignitions and exterior cameras.
First, don't miss the IRS deadline. April 15th means April 15th.
Everyone was on the lookout yesterday as Apple revealed more about its much anticipated Apple watch
The average retirement age seems to have stabilized at 62 for women and 64 for men
Home buyers are signing more contracts to buy existing homes than they have in a year and a half.
For those of you changing up your look for the Spring, new apps have made bargains on pre-owned designer items accessible right on your smartphone
Six weeks seems like plenty of time to finish your federal income tax return...
In return for the free pancakes, IHOP asks that you consider leaving a donation for Children's Miracle Network hospitals or other designated local charities.
Toys are getting even more high tech, but these new responsive dolls and interactive gadgets could be vulnerable to hackers.
On top of all this winter weather, now we're seeing fuel prices increase, costing people more money to warm their homes and fill up their cars.
Smart cars have the potential to save tens of thousands of lives and billions of dollars
One of the world's biggest film industries, Bollywood, has a business problem.
Frauds and ripoffs get more diabolical all the time.
Top tech executives met with some of Washington's key players, including President Obama.
A growing number of singles are looking for love online.
With Valentine's Day falling on a Saturday this year, many anticipate very brisk business to end the week
1 in 3 adults are dealing with debt and are behind on payments, that's 77 million people in the US
IHOP launched a new hybrid creation this week, it's called the criss-croissant. The Mexican fast food giant is testing a cheese-stuffed taco it's calling the "Quesalupa."
Americans are expected to shell out nearly $19 billion dollars this year for Valentine's Day
People will be spending more this year on Valentine's Day according to the National Retail Federation
There's a change in the way we shop online and 'what' we're shopping for.
The cold weather is far from over. You may have noticed your mobile phone behaves differently in chilly temperatures.
The home of the original chicken sandwich is serving up free coffee for the month of February.
Think twice before putting a Taylor Swift musical lyric on that t-shirt or jewelry box or you just might have to shake off a bill.
Advertisers aren't the only ones spending big bucks for Super Bowl Sunday. Americans will spend more than 14 billion dollars
More than 7.1 million people have signed up in the 37 states using HealthCare.gov.
2014 was a year riddled with major hacking scandals and while many Americans know the dangers of weak cyber security
Installation of home security systems can be pricey, but affordable new technology can help you keep an eye on your home when you're not there
The cost savings in gas were real last year, resulting in an extra 18 dollars per month per person.
A new survey finds many Americans keeping their partners in the dark about everything from bank accounts to extra purchases
The weekend gave football fans the final verdict: Seattle and New England will face off in this year's Super Bowl right here on NBC.
The internal revenue service will begin accepting paper and electronic 2014 tax returns starting today. That's 11 days earlier than last year.
Many Americans could find themselves facing a tax penalty for not having insurance in 2014 under the Affordable Care Act.
Sales and use of mobile phones generated nearly 3.3 trillion dollars in revenues globally last year.
Another study finds moviegoers are fed up with high ticket prices, 50 percent say the reason they don't go to see more movies in theaters is because it costs too much, while 30 percent say they prefer to watch movies on their own schedule.
Researchers at the University of Cambridge and Stanford have found a computer can determine your personality better than your loved ones by using your Facebook "likes" to judge your character.
The North American International Auto Show is underway in Detroit.
We've been talking about it all week, innovators from around the world are in Las Vegas for the consumer electronics show.
More and more older Americans are choosing to take on encore careers instead of a traditional retirement
The latest and greatest in technology is being released this week
It's a new year and many of us may plan to save some money. Take a look at how you can start your day saving some of that cash.
Experts say that do it yourself and natural healthy sodas will be the new trends for soft drinks.
You may want to cover your child's eyes and ears for this one.
In consumer news, millions of Americans were at the mall for deep discounts and post-holiday shopping.