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Customer names, credit and debit card numbers, expiration dates and three-digit security codes were accessed from Nov. 27 through Dec. 15.
Michael Sanserino, Kim Lyons and Bill Toland talk about entrepreneurship.
Davison denied the claims in the lawsuit, saying that the client knew what he was getting into when he entered his contract.
With obesity now classified as a disease, employees may have recourse to sue for discrimination.
My hand was a winner. Printed below the winning hands was the "catch.
Here are some Consumer Reports tips on how to shop smarter -- not harder.
Many of these companies say they are still trying to assess the damage caused by documentation of their work with intelligence officials.
The free language-learning iPhone app is described as "fantastically well-designed and easy to use" in in Apple's App Store.
Last week I shared some ideas from my and my friends' automotive wish lists. This week readers offered their own ideas for what they'd like.
Exactly what someone ends up paying would depend on her credit score, and a consumer advocacy group questions whether that's fair.
Health care isn't the only issue where the White House's pledges are coming up short.
It is the time for holiday parties, gift giving and a good time to be had by all ... well, maybe not all.