A bow that shoots illuminated arrows and the “Catapencil” are among an annual list of unsafe toys released Wednesday.
One Technologies agreed to pay $22 million to settle charges it billed customers for monthly credit monitoring they didn’t sign up for.
Mercy for Animals says it has secretly documented abuse at a Chattanooga chicken processing plant owned by Park Ridge-based Koch Foods.
Discover is removing minimums for customers to redeem points and no longer stripping clients of rewards if they’re late in paying. [Bloomberg]
Starbucks unveiled Powermat wireless charging in about 200 stores in the San Francisco area on Wednesday. Other major markets will be added in 2015. [Entrepreneur]
Stocks closed lower for the first time this week as the market edged below the record high it set the day before.
Matter, a business accelerator for health and biopharma companies, has raised $4.4 million from companies such as AbbVie, Comcast and State Farm.
Boeing is reevaluating its cybersecurity business and could divest or reassign some units as it focuses more on a few critical areas. [Reuters]
It’s an optimistic sign for a company trying to return to business as usual in Russia, [Bloomberg]
A British budget hotel that fined a couple $156 for writing a bad review about it online has agreed to pay them back.
A team of Swiss economists tested the honesty of bank employees in a lab game that would pay off in cash if they cheated.
The office supply retailer delivered a solid third-quarter performance and fourth-quarter forecast on Wednesday.
Target’s profit rose 3.1 percent as its U.S. business rebounded from a massive data breach that occurred just before Christmas last year.
Volkswagen says rear suspensions can fail on Jettas and Beetles if the cars aren’t fixed properly after a crash.
JetBlue is adding seats to its planes, meaning less legroom for everyone, and it is adding bag fees for passengers who fly on its cheapest tickets.
A Detroit-based health system is rolling out a new patient gown that aims to offer a little more style, comfort and rear coverage.