As grocery stores look for ways to grab customers, some are dropping the self-service checkouts in favor of a more personal experience. But at other retailers, like Home Depot, there's no sign of abatement.
After much criticism, the NCAA is poised to take up proposals that could bring about major changes to the rules governing college football, basketball and other sports.
As Amazon pushes harder into the world of book publisher, and not just seller, it's making the big publishing companies nervous at the same time it reaches out to authors.
An angry Bank of America customer has launched an online petition to protest the bank's planned debit card fee of $5 per month. Almost 225,000 people have signed it.
The Pacific Ocean is filling with discarded plastic. One company wants to use that plastic to create recycled bottles.
After years of waiting and hoping, solar power is now affordable, and some solar power companies are cashing in.
Heads of state, business and technology leaders, and throngs of consumers, who were touched by his products, are paying tribute to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who died Wednesday at age 56.
Bill Buxton, Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research, says creativity takes practice and being able to take risks is the key to any success.
Plane tickets through Europe may get more expensive soon, as airlines may start paying for carbon emissions. Some American carriers have called the charges illegal.
Apple announced in a press release Wednesday night that it's co-founder and chairman, Steve Jobs, has died at age 56. The news comes little over a month after Jobs stepped down as CEO.