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After several years of dramatic growth, the adoption rate for mobile banking in the U.S. has slowed dramatically.
The newest Marvel superhero sage earned $187.7 million in its first weekend, the second highest debut in history. The film has earned $627 million worldwide in 12 days.
A passion for exploration is the fuel to an innovative economy, says astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Major retailers will start selling the first merchandise tied to the upcoming film "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" just after midnight on Sept. 4.
Robots aren't just for corporate Goliaths -- now even the little guy on Main Street is adopting them.
Saturday's Kentucky Derby is going to be a first—because you'll be able to bet money on the race from an iPhone app.
As academic and athletic pursuits crowd out flipping burgers, there has been a decline in the number of teens working summer jobs.
Churchill Downs Racetrack steps up the A-list experience a little more each time, and this year's Derby 141 is certainly keeping pace.
A judge ruled Thursday that AmEx is barred from preventing merchants from encouraging customers to use cheaper rival credit cards.
This weekend's much-anticipated boxing match is expected to ring in hundreds of millions of dollars.
April showers resulted in a surge of buyers looking for new trucks and crossovers, which boosted the bottom lines of nearly every automaker.
A quarter of Americans are spending more than half their paycheck on housings costs, a percentage the government defines as "burdensome."
Electric car maker Tesla Motors announced a plan to offer its electricity-storing battery technology in homes and businesses across the U.S.
Now that there's a hand sanitizer dispenser at every hospital room door, it's time to check that such products work safely, the FDA says
The sprawling region that spreads into surrounding states including Connecticut and New Jersey is part of a growing number of so-called "megacities."
As the draft kicks off, all eyes are on Jameis Winston. He can play football, no doubt. But, given his off-the-field problems, is he marketable?
Apple, IBM and a Japanese insurance and bank holding company have formed a partnership to improve the lives of elderly people in Japan.