This version corrects that the Accenture report said banks could lose 15 percent of market share to technology companies by 2020.
This version corrects that the French government can access intellectual property in a proposed joint nuclear venture.
This story corrects an earlier version which said Fizzio will be launched nationwide. It will, in fact, be rolled out only in selected markets in the sunbelt from California to Florida.
This story incorrectly stated the total amount given by individuals, corporations, foundations and by bequest due to a misstatement in the press release.
This story has been updated to reflect the correct bounty on Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
This story has been updated to show that the chief economist of Redfin is Nela Richardson.
This story has been updated to reflect the regulations over releasing the chemical content of liquids used in fracking. While there are no federal regulations, several states have passed chemical disclosure laws which vary and can be overruled by 'trade secret' status. Some laws require disclosure only at specific wells and only after fracking has begun.
This story has been updated to reflect Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren's statement that rate rises will be appropriate only after full employment and 2 percent inflation target are achieved.
This story has been updated to reflect Apple's statement that a Twitter account attributed to an executive is not authentic. Apple previously indicated the account in question was authentic.
A previous version had an incorrect spelling of the first name of Vani Hari.