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The agreement puts an end to court fights involving a variety of technologies, including mobile phones, Wi-Fi and Microsoft's Xbox consoles.
Few merchants or consumers are ready as the Oct. 1 deadline for "chip" credit cards arrives, but TODAY's Jean Chatzky says there's no need to panic.
Three artifacts from the Titanic -- including a menu from the last lunch served onboard -- are being auctioned on Wednesday.
It's all part of a nationwide shift in the way we pay, with the goal of beefing up credit-card security.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles could launch the eagerly awaited initial public offering of its Ferrari brand as early as Friday, according to news reports.
Target unveils an aggressive new "price-matching" policy in which it will challenge 29 rivals, including Amazon.com and warehouse clubs like Costco.
A German VW factory drops a work shift and automaker's financial services division imposes a temporary hiring freeze amid emissions-rigging scandal.
Amtrak says that on Thursday that it will start charging $20 to passengers who exceed restrictions for carry-on and personal items.
With the Model X — one of the only all-electric SUVs on the market — Tesla makes a play for the booming luxury SUV market.
"It's a great time for records," said Dave Hansen, an owner of Independent Record Pressing in Bordentown, New Jersey.
If you're one of the millions of Americans who regularly take a prescription drug, here are some tips to cut your costs.
Ralph Lauren is stepping down as CEO of the fashion and home decor empire that he founded nearly 50 years ago.
Amazon is testing an Uber-like service for delivering its one-hour Prime Now packages that will enlist people to deliver packages for Amazon.
Americans are eating less cold cereal, forcing makers of the breakfast staple to scramble to maintain profits. Find out how they're staying afloat.
Volkswagen source: Promise to deliver a fix for rigged diesel engines "in the next few days" applies to vehicles sold in Europe, not the U.S.
Real estate developers are doing all they can to entice the renter generation to move to home ownership, including building really tiny condominiums.
Innovative travel apps help smart-phone-toting travelers find nearby getaways, locate empty restrooms, even avoid civil unrest in foreign lands.
Grab your mug, hug a barista, and get a free cup of joe - it's National Coffee Day. Here's where to get free java.