Why people go into debt: The money isn't really theirs

In 2019, U.S. consumer debt reached an all-time high, surpassing levels last seen during the 2008 financial crisis. Such debt takes many forms, including mortgages and student loans. But credit card debt alone exceeded $870 ...

Organized cybercrime—not your average mafia

Does the common stereotype for "organized crime" hold up for organizations of hackers? Research from Michigan State University is one of the first to identify common attributes of cybercrime networks, revealing how these ...

New app helps users reduce student debt

A recent college graduate has come up with a new way to help himself and others carrying student debt to reduce their loans faster.

The rise of deal collectives that punish profits

Researchers from the University of San Diego and University of Arizona published a new paper in the Journal of Marketing, which examines the rise of deal collectives that exploit ill-designed deals that give away more than ...

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