Security Experts Warn '10 Concerts' Post On Facebook Could Open Up Users To ExploitsMight seem like fun to participate in the “10 Concerts" trend on Facebook, but security experts warn it could leave you singing a sad tune.
App Reveals Miami’s Top Distracted RoadsDespite more states treating distracted driving as a primary offense, driving deaths are up 14 percent since 2015 according to the National Safety Council.
Freckled Face Fad Has Some Opting For TattoosOne of the hottest new beauty trends has women getting freckle tattoos.
United To Offer Bumped Flyers Up To $10K After Video FlapUnited Airlines is raising the limit to $10,000 for payments to customers who give up seats on oversold flights and will increase training for employees as they deal with fallout from videos of a passenger being dragged off a flight.
Chipotle Warns Customers To Check Card For 'Unauthorized Activity'Chipotle has now given their customers a different kind of scare, this one concerning their payment information.
Trump Tweets Can't Help First Twitter Revenue Drop Since IPOYou'd think Twitter would be able to milk its status as President Trump's megaphone.
Higher Prices Helping Sales As PepsiCo Works To Adapt BrandsPepsi's says higher prices have helped lift their sales in the first quarter as the maker of Doritos, Gatorade and Quaker are working to transform it products to keep up with a changing consumer.
Wells Fargo Faces Shareholders, Protesters At Annual MeetingWells Fargo's top management faced shareholders and protesters and apologized for the recent scandal over sales practices and ultimately kept their jobs.
You Can Now Rent A Luxury Hotel Room By The MinuteIt's true. You can now rent a luxury hotel room by the minute.
Google Targets 'Fake News' & Offensive Search SuggestionsGoogle is targeting 'fake news' by adding some new things to its search engine to prevent the fake info and offensive suggestions.
Free Ice Cream Cones This Thursday At CarvelThe start of summer is just around the corner and there's just about nothing better than ice cream to cool you down on a hot summer afternoon.
Judge Orders Volkswagen To Pay $2.8B In Emission ScandalA judge has ordered Volkswagen to pay a $2.8 billion criminal penalty in the United States for cheating on diesel emissions tests, blessing a deal negotiated by the government for a "massive fraud" orchestrated by the German automaker.