Ford Recalling About 1.3 Million Vehicles For Possible Door IssueFord is recalling about 1.3 million vehicles in North America because of potential door problems. In some vehicles, a frozen latch or bent or kinked cable may cause a door to not open or close.
Researchers Find Vulnerability Affecting Wi-Fi SecuritySecurity researchers have discovered a Wi-Fi network vulnerability that could allow attackers to steal sensitive information or spread malicious software.
BMW Recalls SUVs; Passenger Air Bag May Not Inflate In CrashBMW is recalling more than 85,000 SUVs in the U.S. because a mat that detects front-seat passengers can fail, meaning the air bag might not inflate in a crash.
Social Security Benefits To Get Another Modest Boost In 2018Millions of Social Security recipients and other retirees can expect another small increase in benefits next year.
Retail Gasoline Prices In Texas, Nationwide Continue To DropAverage retail gasoline prices in Texas and across the country continue a steady, month-long decline.
Diono Car Seats Recalled; May Not Protect Kids In CrashMore than 500,000 child car seats made by a company called Diono are being recalled because they may not adequately protect children in a crash.
U.S. Pickup Truck Buyers Demanding More LuxuryDemand for luxury trucks is strong. At the State Fair of Texas this month, Ford Motor Co. is displaying its most expensive pickup yet: The F-Series Super Duty Limited, a luxury heavy-duty truck with a starting price of $80,835.
Coach No More; Company Wants To Be Called TapestryTo better incorporate all of the brands it now owns, the storied Coach company of New York is changing its name to Tapestry.
Twickets Launches Europe-Based Resale Ticket Platform In U.S.Twickets, a Europe-based face-value ticket platform supported by several popular music artists including Adele and Ed Sheeran, was launched Wednesday in the United States.
Flights Under $100 As Southwest Airlines Starts 72-Hour SaleFall travelers may want to take advantage of Southwest Airline's blockbuster sale. The airline is dropping prices for 72 hours with round-trip tickets to dozens of destinations selling for less than $100.
AIG Predicts $3 Billion In Losses From Recent DisastersAIG expects to record $3 billion of insurance losses during the third quarter from the recent hurricanes and earthquakes in the U.S. and Mexico. CEO Brian Dupereault said that the company has acted quickly to provide money for claims.
Walmart Looking Ahead To Digital FutureWalmart is all about online right now, anticipating that digital sales over next year will rise about 40 percent and that it will double the number of U.S. curbside locations for online grocery shoppers at its stores.

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