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Baggage Chaos: London Airport Suffers Shortage of Handlers

London’s Gatwick Airport is promising free home delivery of checked baggage in hopes of avoiding a re-run of last weekend.

Judge: Microsoft Must Turn Over Emails in Ireland

The ruling came in a case that has drawn concern from privacy groups and major technology companies.

That Overdraft Fee Is Likely More Than Your Purchase

The fees that banks charge debit-card users who overdraw their accounts usually cost more than the items being bought.

No Keys? Hilton App Will Allow Digital Check-In

You already choose your seat before you fly, so why not your hotel room before you check in?

Summer Gas Price Hikes Take a Holiday

If you've been holding off on a road trip vacation because of the high cost of gasoline, this may be a good time to load up the minivan.

Mobile Courtship: French Suitor Makes T-Mobile Offer

Upstart French telecom company Iliad SA on Thursday said it has offered $15 billion for a majority stake in T-Mobile US.

Dow Drops 300 Points, First Losing Month in Six

Stocks tumbled, with the Dow and S&P 500 posting first monthly drops since January, on Europe's economy, Argentina's default and a jump in U.S. labor costs.

Dow Drops 300 Points, First Losing Month in Six

Stocks tumbled, with the Dow and S&P 500 posting first monthly drops since January, on Europe's economy, Argentina's default and a jump in U.S. labor costs.

Dow Tumbles 300 Points on Europe, Rate Hike Fears

Stocks tumbled on Thursday, with benchmark indexes on track for their first monthly losses since January, as investors worried about Europe's economy.

Americans Borrowed Less for College Last Year

Families borrowed only 22 percent of the cost of college, down from 27 percent in the prior two years, according to student lender Sallie Mae.

SeaWorld, Southwest Airlines Ending Partnership

The airline had been urged by animal rights activists to terminate the relationship following "Blackfish" documentary.

Target Taps PepsiCo Exec as CEO for Needed Shakeup

Brian Cornell is the first outsider to lead Target, and he has his work cut out for him following last year's massive data breach.

Stocks Drop over 1% on Europe, Rate Hike Fears

Stocks dropped over 1 percent, as a fall in European inflation fueled worries about deflation there amid concerns the Fed will hike interest rates soon

McDonald's Ruling Might be Good News for Labor

A ruling by the National Labor Relations Board will change how McDonald's deals with labor disputes and could lead to some industries beng more unionized

Is This the Death of Passwords?

If you hate trying to fill out those CAPTCHA forms with impossible-to-decipher characters, a new security strategy might give you some hope.

Does Buying Under Armour Count as Feminism?

Don't burn your bra. Buy a sports bra.

Stocks Drop on Europe Fears, Argentina Default

Stocks dropped over 1 percent, as a fall in European inflation fueled worries about deflation there amid concerns the Fed will hike interest rates soon

Controversial Energy Drink Co Targets Students

Some universities are warning students to be careful of a company that promises they can earn big money by selling its energy drink.

Kid Going to College? Have the 'Money Talk'

The average American teenager is probably more savvy about things like alcohol abuse than they are about debt, credit cards, taxes and fraud prevention.

Stocks Drop on Europe Fears, Argentina Default

Stocks dropped sharply on Thursday, with investor sentiment deflated by a larger-than-expected drop in European inflation and the second default in 12 years by Argentina.

Jobless Claims Up, But Labor Growth Trend Seen

The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose last week, but the underlying trend pointed to a strengthening labor market.

Look, Ma! No Hands! Ready for Driverless Cars

Most of us are ready to hand over control to self-driving vehicles, as long as we maintain a bit of control, a survey finds.

Argentina Defaults for Second Time in 13 Years

Latin America's second-largest economy, behind Brazil, was already dealing with an economic recession.

Airline Groups Seek Court Review of TSA Fee Hike

Two airline trade groups asked a U.S. appeals court on Wednesday to review fee increases on airplane tickets imposed by the TSA.

Chrysler Recalls Fiat 500Ls to Fix Knee Air Bags

The company says the bags may not inflate in the proper position if the driver isn't wearing a seat belt.

Stocks Mixed as Economy Surges, Fed Eases Off

Stocks finished mixed after a report the economy bounced back faster than expected and the Federal Reserve stuck with its ultra-easy monetary policy.

Cowabunga! Surf's Up at Munich Airport

Passengers hanging out at Munich Airport can now hang 10 as well.

Stranded Ferry Disrupts Seattle Commute

Passengers ferry ride goes from about 35 minutes to almost three hours, when their ship loses power in Washington state's Puget Sound. KING's Janet Kim reports.

11,000 Kawasaki Vehicles Recalled for Injury Risk

Debris can cut through the foot rest area and hurt riders' legs, and the Consumer Product Safety Commission says two injuries were reported.

What Bugs Us Most: Top 10 Consumer Gripes

Problems with auto dealers, mechanics and home improvement contractors, and issues related to debt are among the top consumer complaints.


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