A warning for cash card users, and e-filing of tax returns hits an all-time high. Those and other top money stories you need to know Thursday.
China's government has banned financial institutions from trading in bitcoin, in what analysts said was a restrained first step towards regulating the digital currency.
JPMorgan warns some 465,000 holders of prepaid cash cards that their personal information may have been accessed by hackers who attacked its network in July.
The astronomical rise in the value of bitcoin - which has surged more than 8,000 percent this year - has created a new breed of digital currency multimillionaires.
Stores were packed during Thanksgiving weekend, but shoppers were cautious about how much they spent.
Amazon.com is testing delivery packages using drones, CEO Jeff Bezos says in an interview.
From a retailer's signature gadget going cold to some jewelers starting to heat up, here's a rundown of the week's smartest moves and biggest errors in the business world.
While the usual long lines can be expected at stores Thursday night and Friday morning, it is Internet retailers who may be this year's big winners.
Google and Microsoft unveil measures to block online searches for child sex abuse images as part of a bid by British authorities to crackdown on Internet pedophiles.
There are firms that get social media and there are those that don't. Count JPMorgan Chase among the latter after its latest expedition onto Twitter backfired epically.
The customer-service-savvy criminal gang behind CryptoLocker has created a site for people who need help making the extortion payments to unlock their infected files.
Despite a dearth of big news, the Dow and S&P rallied to new records, and Macy's reported a 22% jump in earnings, giving markets high hopes for the holiday shopping season.
Mobile messaging startup Snapchat rejected a buyout offer from Facebook that would have valued the company at $3 billion or more, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Twitter. Twitter. Twitter. Twitter. That and more top money stories you need know Thursday.
The post office expects to deliver nearly 15 billion pieces of mail and 420 million packages during the holiday season, the agency says.
Walmart says that a technical error caused a number of products from computer monitors to treadmills to be priced absurdly low or high on its website earlier Wednesday.
There are many warning signs that the stock market is getting top heavy, but the Twitter IPO may not be one of them.
Government safety rules are changing to let airline passengers use most electronic devices from gate-to-gate.
Halloween candy facts-and-figures, and possible trouble for Facebook with teenage users. Those and more top money stories you need to know Thursday.
Facebook swings to a stronger-than-expected profit in the third quarter as the social-networking giant parlayed soaring mobile ad sales to a 60% surge in total revenue.