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Most small business owners can only dream what a 30-second Super Bowl commercial could do for their bottom lines, but one will find out on Feb. 7.
Toy company Hasbro is offering a new line of "Joy for All" robotic cats targeted specifically for seniors.
A consumer group released its annual "Worst Toys" list on Wednesday, including a set of dinosaur claws and a quick-folding trampoline for 6-year-olds.
The NHTSA is shifting the Takata air bag recall into high gear, setting a priority list of vehicles in high-humidity states to be fixed first.
Amazon will offer new holiday deals as often as every five minutes starting Friday and running through the day after Thanksgiving.
With Google's self-driving cars slowed in a gridlock of California regulation, Texas is offering a fast lane.
American Airlines will change its loyalty program next year so customers earn frequent-flier miles based on fares rather than the distance they fly.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said she strongly opposes a legislative Fed reform act in a letter addressed to congressional leaders.
France's tourism industry will absorb a near-term blow following the Paris terrorist attacks, but the long-range impact is expected to be minimal.
The area's most gender-diverse businesses are in the retail, bio-pharma and financial services sector, says a new study from the University of California, Davis.
Marriott International's purchase of Starwood Hotels & Resorts has many frequent travelers fretting about their loyalty program perks.
A group of snowboarders will argue Tuesday before a federal appeals court that a ban on their sport at a Utah ski resort amounts to discrimination.
Both students and teachers believe boys are more interested and capable than girls when it comes to learning computer science, according to a poll.
As consumers prepare for holiday shopping, attempts by criminals to steal payment card info to commit fraud online are likely to rise, a report says.
The costs of food, gasoline, shelter and medical care rose last month, yet inflation continues to run at low levels.
The home services review site Angie's List says that its board has rejected a $512 million takeover deal from Internet company IAC/InterActiveCorp.
Shoppers expect to find big savings on TVs on Black Friday, but you may be getting a good price on a low-end set made just for that shopping event.
The budget recently signed by President Barack Obama made changes in Social Security that may require new strategies to maximize retirement benefits.
Gogo, the largest supplier of in-flight Wi-Fi, is moving to a satellite delivery system that will allow for much faster downloading of data.