JP Morgan, Citibank and Bank of America have stopped processing cryptocurrency purchases made with credit cards. A JP Morgan spokesperson told CNBC: “At this time, we are not processing cryptocurrency purchases using credit cards, due to the volatility and risk involved. We will review the issue as the market evolves.” …
The actress’s 1981 death at sea was recently reclassified as suspicious. Robert Wagner, her husband, is not a suspect but “more of a person of interest now,” the police said.
A passenger train traveling between New York and Miami collided with a freight train early Sunday in South Carolina, the second major crash involving the rail company in less than a week.
Europe’s biggest low-cost airline is adding a new destination in the Middle East.
Alec Baldwin returned to late-night TV but never got out of bed.
Millions of Americans are back to work, and they have Janet Yellen to thank.
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A robot barista in Tokyo, Japan named «Sawyer» has debuted this week, brewing and serving coffee for customers at a new cafe. It has been claimed to increase productivity. Customers can buy a ticket for a coffee for 320 yen at a vending machine, which Sawyer the robot then scans.
Motorola Solutions announced Friday that it has entered into an all-cash agreement to buy Vancouver based Avigilon, maker of video surveillance systems for $1 billion US
Canadian marijuana producer Aphria Inc. on Friday announced a deal to sell its stake in Arizona cannabis company Copperstate Farms to Liberty Health Sciences Inc. for $20 million.
North American markets ended a volatile week with sharp losses led by the Dow Jones index losing 666 points, or 2.5 per cent, in its biggest decline in two years.
U.S. wages rose at the fastest pace in eight years in January as employers added a healthy 200,000 jobs. The pay gains are seen as being from current tax cuts and minimum wage increases in 18 states. The unemployment rate remained 4.1 percent for a fourth straight month.