According to the Chicago Booth/Kellogg School Financial Trust Index from April 8, trust in business has reached unprecedented lows, with only 10% of Americans now saying they trust large corporations. The "future of capitalism," it seems, is at stake.
As the Samsung Galaxy S5 sells twice as fast as the S4 on launch day, UK retailers say as many as 99 percent of the new smartphones sold are on 4G contracts.
It's got the look, the power and the noise. The new Jaguar F-Type R Coupe is the Jag we've all been waiting for.
The surroundings were familiar, but something else wasn't quite right.
On today's show, we celebrate the dubious holiday that is Foursquare Day (coming tomorrow), Skype has an Android vulnerability that Donald thinks might just be a feature, and Nintendo is going HD just in time for people to stop buying video games. Also, Best Buy says DVD windowing is totally working, if you enjoy manipulating customers into continuing to pay for a dying format. And Priceline founder Jay Walker sues most of the Internet. --Molly
The "Mayday" button on Amazon's Kindle Fire brings up a live feed of a support person right there on the tablet. Pizza, marriage proposals -- it's inspired some unique customer requests.
q&a In the second half of a two-part interview, we ask the chief executive of Cypress Semiconductor about the lack of silicon in Silicon Valley, the company's solar subsidiary, and his political views.
Following Verizon's decision to tell the public how many government requests for customer data it gets, AT&T now says that it, too, is planning a transparency report.
Verizon Communications says it's making an effort to offer more information to the public about how many requests it receives from law enforcement for customer data.
A customer considering switching carriers becomes the center of attention between T-Mobile and AT&T on Twitter. Only one carrier emerged victorious.