Despite this, JetBlue will still offer more legroom than many of its competitors.
A federal agency calls for more protections for users of prepaid cards.
Most of that time will be dedicated to shopping for children.
Consumer satisfaction was found to be lowest at big banks, with Bank of America and Wells Fargo faring the worst among their peers.
This year, auto sales in the US are expected to reach 16.4 million up five percent from 2013.
Walmart will unveil the specific items and prices on its website Walmart.com.
The new service will start next month.
Profit and revenue both beat Wall Street's estimates.
The office supplier plans to shut an additional thirty stores across North America this year.
The government wants to expand exploding airbag recall.
It's called Snapcash, a payment service launched today by Snapchat and Square.
The United States imported just more than $800-million of that amount last year.
The 570 foot tall "Skyscraper" will take riders on a winding adventure, clocking in at 65 miles per hour in some spots.
US News and World Report has released its ranking of best cruises in 2015.
Ford says it's not aware of any injuries or crashes related to the recall.
Retail price, $825.
It allows "Shop Your Way" members to shop online for apparel and footwear in-stock at their local store, then put them on hold so they can try them on in that store and purchase them.
They will get to stay in business though.
AT&T says it's no longer attaching hidden internet codes to data transmitted from its users' smartphones.
Forget Thanksgiving Day openings, and even Black Friday. Many retailers have already started their holiday shopping push. Consumers ready to shop may find some deals now, but many items will be worth a wait.
DryTek says its product works better than a bowl of rice.
Economists say retailers often are willing to take a loss on the turkey because customers will spend more for other items like potatoes and cranberries.
People are eating more cocoa that farmers can produce, according to two of the world's largest chocolate makers.
For those times when you realize you weren't using a private browsing window there's now the "forget" button.
A formal announcement on the car delivery service is expected in coming week.
The changes will take effect early next year.
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The average person buying gift cards will spend $172 this holiday season.
'Facebook at Work' is coming to your office
Are new dashboard "Infotainment systems" too much of a distraction for driver?
Some people with legal claims against General Motors will have another month to file.
Amazon controls nearly half of all book sales, while Hachette is the fourth largest publisher in the country.
Bank branches could eventually go the way of the dinosaur.
Starting soon, the fast food giant will sell tacos meant for dipping.
The survey asked 2,000 drivers what strategy they use to score a parking spot in a crowded lot, what types of parking accidents they've experienced, and how they react in parking lot confrontations.
If it's a clean transaction, customers could be in and out in 30 minutes.
Americans were the most satisfied with their work bathrooms than any other country.
From GPS to Wi-Fi and internet streaming, new systems in cars and trucks can pass along private information even without the driver knowing.
Walmart was testing the online price match strategy in five markets, but the head of the company's US business says about half of its roughly 5,000 stores were doing it anyway.
The timing is impeccable: The Pew Research center study shows 91-percent of Americans believe they have lost control over their personal information.
Five models are affected in the latest recall.
According to an article by the New York Times, employees at McDonald's in Denmark make twice as much as their American counterparts.
The rules come as more Americans swap checking accounts for "reloadable" prepaid cards.
The service will be commercially available on Playstation 3 and 4 early next year and eventually on Apple's iPad.
Hasbro is in talks to buy movie maker Dreamworks animation.
The Chrysler vehicles to be repaired are certain Chrysler, Dodge, and Ram vehicles from model years 2003 to 2008.
Saturday begins round two of enrollment, with the federal government hoping that signups for plans under the Affordable Care Act are smoother than the first time around.
According to those people, Youtube plans to roll out the service within weeks.
Low gas prices could be the big gift in a bow to American consumers this Christmas.
Instead of flooding customers with multiple offers on Black Friday, Walmart is rolling out in-store deals over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.