The cost of these breaches takes money away from credit unions that they would return to their members in the form of lower rates, rebates and higher interest for checking and savings accounts.
At any given moment, there are about 5,000 planes flying in American skies.
Last week’s eye-popping news that Facebook will acquire free texting service What’s App for $19 billion is just the latest example of the creative disruption reshaping U.S. wireless.
The stakes have never been higher for the United States and its space program.
Whatever you think about Solyndra, the government actually got it right when it comes to the next generation of solar technology.
In 2013, more than 40 billion apps have been downloaded.
The promise of the Internet is threatened by identity thieves and other crooks who are stealing data about Americans in ever greater numbers.
Without new spectrum becoming available, wireless roadways will be like the Washington beltway at rush hour.
The latest outbreak of vertical integration began in 2011 when the nation’s largest cable operator, Comcast, acquired majority control of NBC Universal.
While news about who perpetrated the data breaches at Target and other retailers continues to trickle in, there is little question about who is paying much of the price for the attack. To protect the tens of millions of consumers whose personal...