California Treasurer Continues Sanctions On Wells FargoSanctions imposed by California State Treasurer John Chiang on Wells Fargo Bank for establishing up to 3.5 million bogus accounts will remain in place for a second year.
Southwest Airlines Plans Flights To Hawaii Starting In 2018Southwest Airlines is planning to offer flights between Hawaii and the mainland and expects tickets to go on sale next year, airline officials said.
California AG Issues Price Gouging Alert Amid WildfiresAttorney General Xavier Becerra is asking anyone who has been a victim of price gouging or who has information of potential price gouging to file a complaint.
Some Bay Area Whole Foods Locations Targeted By HackersWhole Foods market is warning customers of several Bay Area locations that their credit card information may have been breached.
Bill Could Let California Consumers Take Wells Fargo To CourtA bill that could require Wells Fargo to go to court over its fake accounts scandal has been signed by California Gov. Jerry Brown.
Netflix Raising US Prices By 10% For Most Popular Plan Netflix is raising the price for its most popular U.S. video streaming plan by 10 percent— a move that could boost its profits but slow the subscriber growth that drives its stock price.
AAA Study Finds Drivers Increasingly Distracted By Dashboard TechAutomakers now include more infotainment options to allow drivers to use social media, email and text. The technology is also becoming more complicated to use.
White House Adviser: Phase Out Social Security Number As IDWhite House Cybersecurity Coordinator Rob Joyce said Wednesday that using a person’s Social Security number as an identifier or access control is “just a horrific idea.”
Former Equifax CEO Grilled In Congress Over Massive Data BreachHouse Republicans and Democrats on Tuesday lashed out at the former head of Equifax, demanding answers for the massive data breach that compromised the sensitive personal information of an estimated 145 million Americans.
Wells Fargo CEO Faces Angry Congress 1 Year After Scandal BrokeWells Fargo’s chief executive faced an angry Congress on Tuesday, saying yet again that the bank remains “deeply sorry” for its previous sales practices.
Equifax Says 2.5 Million More Americans May Be Affected By HackCredit report company Equifax is now saying an additional 2.5 million Americans may have been affected by a massive security breach this summer.
Former Equifax CEO Apologizes For Data Breach: 'We Let Them Down'The former chairman and CEO of Equifax says the company was entrusted with personal information of 140 million Americans and “we let them down” as human error and technology failures allowed a massive data breach.