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The ATM at 50: How Robotic Tellers Transformed BankingFor the banking industry, ATMs meant banks could be in thousands of places at once, not just in branches, and earn billions in fees from non-customers.
Colin Kaepernick Leads 49ers In Merchandise Sale This SeasonKaepernick has the best-selling 49ers jersey so far this season despite not being on the team.
Credit Card Skimmers Found At Antioch Gas StationPolice are urging Antioch drivers to check to their credit and debit card accounts after officers found six skimmers at a Valero gas station Thursday.
Fresh Fish Sales From Boats To Resume At Fisherman's WharfStarting this weekend, San Francisco will allow fishermen to sell dabs, sole and rockfish from their boats at the popular tourist spot.
Hackers Reportedly Snooping Inside Equifax As Of MarchHackers broke into Equifax's computer systems in March, two months earlier than the company had previously disclosed.
Court Blocks San Francisco Law Requiring Warnings On Soda AdsA federal appeals court has blocked a San Francisco law that requires a health warning on ads for sugary drinks.
Equifax Says It Had A Security Breach Earlier This YearEquifax, under pressure from a massive data breach, says it had a separate incident earlier this year.
Toys 'R' Us Files For BankruptcyBillions of dollars in debt, retail giant Toys 'R' Us has filed for bankruptcy protection.
Bitcoin: The Future of Money or Road to Financial Ruin?Bitcoin had a rough week, with a flurry of rumors that China will shut down exchanges and the head of a major U.S. bank calling the cryptocurrency a "fraud."
California Foie Gras Ban Reinstated By Federal Appeals CourtA federal appeals court has reinstated a California ban on foie gras, the fatty duck and goose liver delicacy.
Blue Bottle Coffee Sells Majority Stake To NestleBlue Bottle Coffee announced Thursday that it would sell a majority stake to Nestle, the world's largest food and beverage company.
Equifax Victims Who Freeze Credit May Face Snag In Buying iPhone XApple fans who froze their credit after the Equifax data breach may end up with another hassle on their hands if they try to get one of the new iPhones that can cost more than $1,000.

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