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Hacktivist group says 14GB of data includes evidence that Bank of America engaged in an effort to "spy and collect information on private citizens."
Bank of America's service lets vendors use smartphones to swipe customers' credit cards. BofA is charging vendors 2.7 percent per purchase, just a hair below Square's rate.
Some loathe Google's test to see whether it's better to hide the gory details of Web addresses by default. But that move could actually be a sensible shift.
The company says the committee will "carefully evaluate" the proposal to see if it's a superior offer to the one delivered by Japan-based SoftBank.
The computer giant today confirms that CEO Michael Dell and investment firm Silver Lake are paying $13.65 per share, while Microsoft is contributing a $2 billion loan.
Built by Green Dot, GoBank is designed to give people many of the features of a traditional bank, including account security, right from their iPhone or Android device.
If it seems like you're seeing more mobile payment options around town, you're not imagining things. Mobile devices from Square and Intuit are more prevalent than ever.
Software giant loses longtime Windows boss Steven Sinofsky, while Apple loses a patent foe. Also: Embarrassing e-mail goes to Washington.
Let's just say that opinion on the streaming-video provider is all over the map. Today, shares fell after an analyst downgrade and concerns over Amazon's spending on video -- a sharp reversal from last week.
The fake Google+ page puts the bank in a bad light and raises questions about Google's controls for creating G+ business pages.