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Many financial institutions now partner with colleges in hopes of getting students to sign up for checking accounts. Read the fine print, experts say.
Google has appointed a former auto executive as its first CEO for its driverless cars division on Monday.
Sales of Apple's new iPhones were on pace to beat the 10 million unit sales it logged during the first weekend of sales last year.
Beatles drummer Ringo Starr will auction more than 800 items, including rare Beatles memorabilia in December.
Nintendo has appointed a new president following the death of its former boss as the video games maker tackles the challenge of pushing into mobile.
The idea of a car that can fly has been an alluring fantasy since the days of Henry Ford, but Toyota may be trying to make it a reality.
Major players in daily fantasy football are looking for a breakout NFL season, but new competition could alter the still-evolving market.
Altschool is backed by Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, as well as VC firms Andreessen Horowitz and Founders Fund.
An airline passenger faces charges after authorities say he urinated on other travelers on a flight from Anchorage to Portland, Oregon.
Retail websites are developing some fascinating insights into the ways that men and women shop differently, and using them to sell you goods.
A group of major automakers accounting for more than half of U.S. auto sales will make automatic emergency braking standard on new U.S. vehicles.
Germs on a plane are likelier to get under your skin than snakes, and they're most common on a surface that is touched frequently, a new study finds.
Investors looking for a safe harbor during current market turmoil may be able to quench their thirst for profits in the fine wine market.