Buying a car has come a long way from Henry Ford’s famous statement that a customer could have any color desired, as long as it was black.
Rates are slated to rise 17.5% over three years – significantly lower than the department’s original rates request of 28.5% over four years.
On Friday afternoon, Governor Chris Christie announced that the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has issued subpoenas to 65 businesses across the state for Sandy-related price gouging.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds that in the near future, you may be offered a custom price for some of your favorite foods, and the secret to these savings is a swipe of your loyalty card.
The How Many? app calculates how much an item costs in terms of the number of hours you’ll have to work to pay for it.
Could be a “rocky road” for ice-cream lovers this summer. All thanks to a shortage in the vanilla crop by two of the world’s major suppliers, the price of vanilla has gone up considerably in the past couple months.
From $10 concert tickets to $3 steak dinners, Atlantic City is using low-cost incentives to try to bring more gamblers through the casino doors.
The cost of crude oil dropped 10 percent to close out the week at about $97 per barrel. Lower crude oil prices will eventually drive down the cost of gas.
AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average price of regular gasoline on Friday was $3.38, down a penny from last week.
If you’re like most people, you probably do the majority of your grocery shopping at one supermarket. But is that really the best store for you?
Everywhere you turn gas prices are going up, up and up! With no end in sight, some drivers are heading online to Gas Buddy, AAA’s Fuel Finder, and MapQuest.
Gas prices continue to surge and it looks like there’s no end in sight.