In the United States, virtually everyone has seen the "pink ribbon" campaigns plastered on everything from make-up and cupcakes to t-shirts and fried chicken buckets, and recognize the symbol as a sign of breast cancer awareness.
Brian Kennish is a former Google engineer who never intended to found a startup, much less one that helps people protect their online privacy. He had been making his living writing apps that use people's online activities.
MasterCard is investigating a possible breach of cardholder account data involving a U.S.-based payment processor, the company said Friday.
One of the strange things about health care in America is the manner in which decisions are made about how different kinds of doctors should get paid for their services.
Most Americans have never heard of former Las Vegas businessman Robert Kahre. The fact that he is locked away in a federal prison has a lot to do with that. But those who understand Kahre’s story tend to view money as well as our justice system in a different light.
VATICAN CITY/MILAN, March 19 (Reuters) - JP Morgan Chase is closing the Vatican bank's account with an Italian branch of the U.S. banking giant because of concerns about a lack of transparency at the Holy See's financial institution, Italian newspapers reported.
Nation was first in Europe to bring in notes in 1661, Bills and coins now just 3% of Sweden's economy, Bank robberies plunge, but cyber crime surges
REVEALED: HOW VENIZELOS REGIME SECRETLY REMOVED 70% OF MAJOR HOSPITAL, UTILITY & UNIVERSITY BANK ACCOUNT FUNDS TO PAY BONDHOLDERS
The Katrina debacle was a warm-up act. So was the mortgage fraud with its 30 million foreclosures and resultant homelessness. So is the lifetime indebtedness of young people seeking a college degree.
In early December, Christophe de Margerie, CEO of Total, the Exxon à la Française, shocked the French when he said that there was "no doubt" that a liter of gasoline would reach €2 and that the only question was when.