If you've canceled credit cards that might have been affected in recent breaches, you may think you're safe. But thieves' ingenuity means you have to keep your guard up.
The simulated online currency was big news in 2013, and bad information sometimes mixed with the good. Here are some things you may have heard about bitcoin that aren't true.
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For those who still have some names to cross off their holiday shopping list (and who doesn't?), free shipping from online retailers on Wednesday can be a great way to save money.
You thought you bagged a great deal on Black Friday, but now the price is even lower. You may be able to get some money back.
More than half of online shoppers say they've purchased from sites whose security seemed questionable, and most said they would provide personal data not normally needed for a transaction.
If you shop on Amazon, or know someone who does, you need to learn a few tricks that can save 15% or more on every purchase.
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Breaking up big banks is an untested solution to the too big to fail problem that attempts to isolate and dismantle large, troubled institutions while protecting the rest of the economy.
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