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  • 5 years after Great Recession ended, stagnant pay remains economy's weakest link Apple appears poised to stir still-slumbering market for wearable technology with smartwatch Home Depot: Data breach at US and Canada stores, no evidence debit card PINs were affected GE, inventor of the toaster, turns away from simple machines, consumers, in push for profit Electrolux to buy appliance division of General Electric in $3.3 billion deal Harvard survey finds falling wages, more part-time jobs and firms favoring robots over people Stronger US auto sales, more credit card use drive greater consumer borrowing in July US stocks decline as lower oil price drags down energy companies; Yahoo gains on Alibaba IPO Now middle-aged, Southwest Airlines will change the paint job on it airplanes Lew: Treasury will act in' very near future' to make corporate overseas shifts less profitable

  • Apple appears poised to stir still-slumbering market for wearable technology with smartwatch Home Depot confirms data breach affected US and Canada stores; Debit card PINs not affected GE, inventor of the toaster, turns away from simple machines, consumers, in push for profit Electrolux to buy appliance division of General Electric in $3.3 billion deal 5 years after Great Recession ended, stagnant pay remains economy's weakest link Harvard survey finds falling wages, more part-time jobs and firms favoring robots over people Stronger US auto sales, more credit card use drive greater consumer borrowing in July US stocks decline as lower oil price drags down energy companies; Yahoo gains on Alibaba IPO Now middle-aged, Southwest Airlines will change the paint job on it airplanes Lew: Treasury will act in' very near future' to make corporate overseas shifts less profitable

  • WASHINGTON, Sept 8- U.S. consumer credit soared in July, posting its biggest jump since November 2001, driven in part by demand for auto loans and student borrowings. Total consumer credit increased $26.01 billion to $3.24 trillion in July, the Federal Reserve said on Monday.

  • Chiquita postpones special shareholders meeting to vote on proposed Fyffes merger to October Apple appears poised to stir still-slumbering market for wearable technology with smartwatch Stronger US auto sales, more credit card use drive greater consumer borrowing in July US stocks decline as lower oil price drags down energy companies; Yahoo gains on Alibaba IPO 5 years after Great Recession ended, stagnant pay remains economy's weakest link Electrolux to buy appliance division of General Electric in $3.3 billion deal GE, inventor of the toaster, turns away from simple machines, consumers, in push for profit Harvard survey finds falling wages, more part-time jobs and firms favoring robots over people Global Cash Access to buy slot machine maker Multimedia Games for $1.2 billion Now middle-aged, Southwest Airlines will change the paint job on it airplanes

  • Chiquita postpones special shareholders meeting to vote on proposed Fyffes merger to October Apple appears poised to stir still-slumbering market for wearable technology with smartwatch Stronger US auto sales, more credit card use drive greater consumer borrowing in July US stocks decline as lower oil price drags down energy companies; Yahoo gains on Alibaba IPO 5 years after Great Recession ended, stagnant pay remains economy's weakest link Electrolux to buy appliance division of General Electric in $3.3 billion deal GE, inventor of the toaster, turns away from simple machines, consumers, in push for profit Harvard survey finds falling wages, more part-time jobs and firms favoring robots over people Global Cash Access to buy slot machine maker Multimedia Games for $1.2 billion Lew: Treasury will act in' very near future' to make corporate overseas shifts less profitable

  • Chiquita postpones special shareholders meeting to vote on proposed Fyffes merger to October Apple appears poised to stir still-slumbering market for wearable technology with smartwatch A slump in energy stocks pulls the Standard& Poor's 500 index below its record high Stronger US auto sales, more credit card use drive greater consumer borrowing in July 5 years after Great Recession ended, stagnant pay remains economy's weakest link Electrolux to buy appliance division of General Electric in $3.3 billion deal GE, inventor of the toaster, turns away from simple machines, consumers, in push for profit Harvard survey finds falling wages, more part-time jobs and firms favoring robots over people Global Cash Access to buy slot machine maker Multimedia Games for $1.2 billion Lew: Treasury will act in' very near future' to make corporate overseas shifts less profitable

  • Chiquita postpones special shareholders meeting to vote on proposed Fyffes merger to October Apple appears poised to stir still-slumbering market for wearable technology with smartwatch A slump in energy stocks pulls the Standard& Poor's 500 index below its record high Stronger US auto sales, more credit card use drive greater consumer borrowing in July 5 years after Great Recession ended, stagnant pay remains economy's weakest link Electrolux to buy appliance division of General Electric in $3.3 billion deal GE, inventor of the toaster, turns away from simple machines, consumers, in push for profit Harvard survey finds falling wages, more part-time jobs and firms favoring robots over people Global Cash Access to buy slot machine maker Multimedia Games for $1.2 billion Lew: Treasury will act in' very near future' to make corporate overseas shifts less profitable

  • Chiquita postpones special shareholders meeting to vote on proposed Fyffes merger to October Apple appears poised to stir still-slumbering market for wearable technology with smartwatch A slump in energy stocks pulls the Standard& Poor's 500 index below its record high Stronger US auto sales, more credit card use drive greater consumer borrowing in July 5 years after Great Recession ended, stagnant pay remains economy's weakest link Electrolux to buy appliance division of General Electric in $3.3 billion deal GE, inventor of the toaster, turns away from simple machines, consumers, in push for profit Harvard survey finds falling wages, more part-time jobs and firms favoring robots over people Global Cash Access to buy slot machine maker Multimedia Games for $1.2 billion Lew: Treasury will act in' very near future' to make corporate overseas shifts less profitable

  • Chiquita postpones special shareholders meeting to vote on proposed Fyffes merger to October Apple appears poised to stir still-slumbering market for wearable technology with smartwatch A slump in energy stocks pulls the Standard& Poor's 500 index below its record high Stronger US auto sales, more credit card use drive greater consumer borrowing in July 5 years after Great Recession ended, stagnant pay remains economy's weakest link Electrolux to buy appliance division of General Electric in $3.3 billion deal GE, inventor of the toaster, turns away from simple machines, consumers, in push for profit Harvard survey finds falling wages, more part-time jobs and firms favoring robots over people Lew: Treasury will act in' very near future' to make corporate overseas shifts less profitable S. Truett Cathy, devout billionaire who rose from poverty building Chick-fil-A, dies at 93

  • Chiquita postpones special shareholders meeting to vote on proposed Fyffes merger to October Apple appears poised to stir still-slumbering market for wearable technology with smartwatch Stronger US auto sales, more credit card use drive greater consumer borrowing in July 5 years after Great Recession ended, stagnant pay remains economy's weakest link Electrolux to buy appliance division of General Electric in $3.3 billion deal GE, inventor of the toaster, turns away from simple machines, consumers, in push for profit Harvard survey finds falling wages, more part-time jobs and firms favoring robots over people Lew: Treasury will act in' very near future' to make corporate overseas shifts less profitable US stocks decline as lower oil price drags down energy companies; Yahoo gains on Alibaba IPO S. Truett Cathy, devout billionaire who rose from poverty building Chick-fil-A, dies at 93

  • Apple appears poised to stir still-slumbering market for wearable technology with smartwatch Stronger US auto sales, more credit card use drive greater consumer borrowing in July 5 years after Great Recession ended, stagnant pay remains economy's weakest link Electrolux to buy appliance division of General Electric in $3.3 billion deal GE, inventor of the toaster, turns away from simple machines, consumers, in push for profit Harvard survey finds falling wages, more part-time jobs and firms favoring robots over people Lew: Treasury will act in' very near future' to make corporate overseas shifts less profitable US stocks decline as lower oil price drags down energy companies; Yahoo gains on Alibaba IPO S. Truett Cathy, devout billionaire who rose from poverty building Chick-fil-A, dies at 93 Hertz Chairman and CEO Frissora steps down from posts for personal reasons

  • Apple appears poised to stir still-slumbering market for wearable technology with smartwatch Stronger US auto sales, more credit card use drive greater consumer borrowing in July 5 years after Great Recession ended, stagnant pay remains economy's weakest link Electrolux to buy appliance division of General Electric in $3.3 billion deal GE, inventor of the toaster, turns away from simple machines, consumers, in push for profit Harvard survey finds falling wages, more part-time jobs and firms favoring robots over people Lew: Treasury will act in' very near future' to make corporate overseas shifts less profitable US stocks decline as lower oil price drags down energy companies; Yahoo gains on Alibaba IPO S. Truett Cathy, devout billionaire who rose from poverty building Chick-fil-A, dies at 93 Hertz Chairman and CEO Frissora steps down from posts for personal reasons

  • Apple appears poised to stir still-slumbering market for wearable technology with smartwatch Stronger US auto sales, more credit card use drive greater consumer borrowing in July 5 years after Great Recession ended, stagnant pay remains economy's weakest link Electrolux to buy appliance division of General Electric in $3.3 billion deal GE, inventor of the toaster, turns away from simple machines, consumers, in push for profit Harvard survey finds falling wages, more part-time jobs and firms favoring robots over people Lew: Treasury will act in' very near future' to make corporate overseas shifts less profitable US stocks decline as lower oil price drags down energy companies; Yahoo gains on Alibaba IPO S. Truett Cathy, devout billionaire who rose from poverty building Chick-fil-A, dies at 93 Hertz Chairman and CEO Frissora steps down from posts for personal reasons

  • Apple appears poised to stir still-slumbering market for wearable technology with smartwatch Stronger US auto sales, more credit card use drive greater consumer borrowing in July 5 years after Great Recession ended, stagnant pay remains economy's weakest link Electrolux to buy appliance division of General Electric in $3.3 billion deal GE, inventor of the toaster, turns away from simple machines, consumers, in push for profit Harvard survey finds falling wages, more part-time jobs and firms favoring robots over people Lew: Treasury will act in' very near future' to make corporate overseas shifts less profitable US stocks decline as lower oil price drags down energy companies; Yahoo gains on Alibaba IPO S. Truett Cathy, devout billionaire who rose from poverty building Chick-fil-A, dies at 93 Hertz Chairman and CEO Frissora steps down from posts for personal reasons

  • US consumer borrowing jumps by most in 3 years Monday, 8 Sep 2014 | 3:03 PM ET

    WASHINGTON— U.S. consumers stepped up their borrowing in July, led by rising auto loans and higher credit card balances. The Federal Reserve said Monday that overall consumer borrowing jumped $26 billion in July to $3.24 trillion. And consumer confidence, as measured by the University of Michigan, has barely budged in the past year.

  • Stronger US auto sales, more credit card use drive greater consumer borrowing in July 5 years after Great Recession ended, stagnant pay remains economy's weakest link Electrolux to buy appliance division of General Electric in $3.3 billion deal GE, inventor of the toaster, turns away from simple machines, consumers, in push for profit Harvard survey finds falling wages, more part-time jobs and firms favoring robots over people Lew: Treasury will act in' very near future' to make corporate overseas shifts less profitable US stocks decline as lower oil price drags down energy companies; Yahoo gains on Alibaba IPO S. Truett Cathy, devout billionaire who rose from poverty building Chick-fil-A, dies at 93 Hertz Chairman and CEO Frissora steps down from posts for personal reasons Panera asks customers to leave guns at home, unless are an authorized law enforcement officer

  • Debt free millennials     Monday, 8 Sep 2014 | 2:48 PM ET

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson says about a third of millennials do not have any credit cards; and Lynnette Khalfani-Cox from Askthemoneycoach.com, provides perspective to the downside for these people.

  • Midday Glance: Credit Card companies Monday, 8 Sep 2014 | 1:36 PM ET

    American Express Co. fell$. 46 or. 5 percent, to $89.15. Capital One Financial Corp. fell$. 42 or. 5 percent, to $82.27. Discover Financial Services fell$. 26 or. 4 percent, to $63.50.

  • Early Glance: Credit Card companies Monday, 8 Sep 2014 | 10:34 AM ET

    American Express Co. rose$. 06 or. 1 percent, to $89.67. Capital One Financial Corp. fell$. 01 or percent, to $82.68. Discover Financial Services rose$. 09 or. 1 percent, to $63.85.

  • Debt-averse millennials steer clear of credit cards Monday, 8 Sep 2014 | 12:01 AM ET

    Individuals aged 18-29 are less likely to own a credit card than any other age group, according to a new Bankrate.com study.