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Bank of American said Wednesday that it closed 267 branches (and added 33) over the past year, mirroring a national trend of shuttering small offices.
A CNBC analysis of a recognized index indicates that the current four-year drought gripping California is the worst in over a century.
Missed out on some great — and not-so-great — deals on Amazon Prime Day? Don't worry, there's always next year.
Hunting for a credit card with as few fees as possible isn't necessarily the right approach. More critical, experts say: the types of fees charged.
Maximizing Social Security survivor benefits is crucial for couples in their golden years. TODAY financial editor Jean Chatzky explains why.
Young women may not benefit from spousal Social Security benefits to the same degree as their grandmothers did, new research shows.
United Airlines has awarded millions of miles to hackers who have uncovered gaps in the carrier's web security, in a first for the airline industry.
Swiss watchmaker Swatch will launch its first smartwatch in the U.S., China and Switzerland this summer, its chief executive said Thursday.
The number of Americans filing new applications for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, pointing to a solid labor market.
Merchants participating in Amazon.com's Prime Day sale saw an 80 percent rise in U.S. sales from a year earlier, but some buyers were disappointed.
The newly opened Henn na Hotel (translating as Weird Hotel) in southern Japan is full of technological innovations. Robot staff run the establishment, with a little bit of human help.
Can't get enough of "Orange is the New Black"? You're hardly alone, judging by Netflix's latest subscriber numbers.
The Big Apple is rotten when it comes getting behind the wheel, while Southern, Western cities vie for best driving city in new ranking.
Google's latest feature cuts out the middle man, letting you to buy things from various retailers using the card and address from your Google account.
That plastic soft drink bottle you've stuck into your car's cupholder as you race down the road could see new life as part of the road itself.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen in testimony Wednesday resisted calls for more congressional oversight and intervention into the U.S. central bank.