The era of the free checking account is dead. (Thanks Congress!)
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Readers chime in with their own views and experiences.
Fewer laws would encourage people to take responsibility for determining which actions are wise or safe.
Why more and more techies like me are getting fed up with the iPhone
The fees may benefit the rich, but the low- and middle-income consumers may be worse off without them as well.
What George Carlin could teach Andrew Sullivan about Sarah Palin
Policymakers should also consider the perspective of banks, the actions of which could benefit consumers more than those of merchants.
Does the business of journalism require ideological bias?
There is little evidence that the practice is related to objective measurements of quality service.
If corporations co-opted the word "organic," then why should we believe they won't do the same to the word "authentic"?
If we're in the middle of a culture-created, government-subsidized higher education bubble, is Wal-Mart part of the solution?
The promiscuous use of Twitter by the assembled guests wasn't tacky. Rather it added to the richness of experience
What's in a name? Unfortunately, a lot -- it can have a profound effect on your life.
Every four years studies come out decrying the loss in productivity due to the soccer tournament, but they should be taken with a grain of salt.