News from the Control Tower: Our weekly curated list of news stories affecting you and your finances.
This week’s reads include:
Surging prices for used cars have been a major driver of inflation this year. Now, there are signs those price hikes may be shifting into reverse — and that could provide important clues about where inflation is headed next.
Columbia and other top universities push master’s programs that fail to generate enough income for graduates to keep up with six-figure federal loans
California is off to another record-breaking year of wildfires as the state enters its most dangerous months, with extreme heat and dry terrain creating the conditions for rapid spread.
In a post to Louis Rossmann, a YouTube personality and a right-to-repair advocate, Wozniak said that he was "totally supportive" of the cause — which gives consumers the right and information to fix their own devices — and somewhat "emotionally" affected by it.
Banks say the wealthy are borrowing more than ever, using low-interest loans backed by their investments