- Breaking up with Facebook? It may be harder than it looksThe Cambridge Analytica scandal has some Facebook users rethinking their relationship with the social network
- Facebook: Your personal info for saleThe social media giant sells not only demographic data, but also information about how you behave
- Facebook stock whipsaws in early tradingSocial networking giant's market valuation saw a $50 billion plunge earlier this week
- Wall Street not ready to abandon Facebook just yetDespite the "headline" risks around the embattled social networker, investors expect it to bounce back
- You can still cut your 2017 tax with these retirement accountsIt's not to late to lower your taxable income for last year if you have one of these retirement savings plans
- Where you can still find free checking accountsMany big banking chains offer them for online-only customers, but that's not your only option
- #DeleteFacebook trends amid Cambridge Analytica scandalEven the founder of WhatsApp -- which Facebook bought in 2014 for $19 billion -- tweeted "It is time. #deletefacebook."
- Another defunct toymaker plots comebackCalifornia company says it can "save the toy industry" by reviving another toymaker that went bust nearly a decade ago
- Arizona police: Pedestrian stepped in front of self-driving UberInitial probe reportedly finds the autonomous vehicle likely isn't to blame for the fatality
- Alzheimer's costs U.S. $277 billion a year -- and risingTotal costs of care for people with Alzheimer's and other dementias could top $1.1 trillion in 2050, according to a new report
- 3 states open investigations into Cambridge Analytica, FacebookAttorneys general in New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts have launched investigations into the data firm
- United halts pet shipments after animal mishapsAirline suspends pet-shipping service following incident in which dog landed in Japan instead of Kansas
- NYC launches investigation into Kushner Cos. false filingsThe Kushner Cos. allegedly filed paperwork falsely claiming it had no rent-regulated tenants in its buildings
- How Facebook "likes" could flag voters for manipulationThe social network's users can reveal their hobbies, interests and even personal attributes through their "likes"
- A booming housing market has realtors in a bindEver-tighter inventories of available homes mean the rising numbers of agents must scramble for every listing
- China's premier to Trump: "Act rationally" over tradeChina's premier promised the country will "open even wider" to imports and investment
- Some of America's biggest retailers are looking wobblyFor stores, high debt and weak growth can amount to a toxic combination in the cut-throat retail industry
- Can companies train workers to survive shooters?As outrage over gun violence grows, one benefits firm is selling a training product to help employees stay alive
- Weinstein Co. files for bankruptcy in wake of sexual misconduct scandalCompany also announced Monday it was releasing any victims of or witnesses to Harvey Weinstein's alleged misconduct from nondisclosure agreements preventing them from speaking out
- Facebook's fight against the phrase "data breach"Political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica obtained personal data on more than 50 million Facebook users without their permission
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