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Capital One unveils chatbot that loves emojis

Taylor Tompkins

Capital One is hoping its new chatbot can help you with everyday banking and credit questions – and maybe even get you out of a financial jam – all by using emojis. The company unveiled its first chatbot Friday, the…
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Free ways to check credit to monitor score, reports

Taylor Tompkins

The big letters spelling out “credit check” seemed to jump out of the email. I was reading a letter of acceptance email from CreditCards.com, after having been offered a reporter job here, explaining that a background check would be conducted…
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Fast food faster? McDonald’s gambles on an app-etizing idea

Jay MacDonald

Last week, McDonald’s promised investors a bright future with fries, announcing it will introduce mobile order and payment technology by year’s end at 20,000 of its new “Experience of the Future” restaurants, including 2,500 in major U.S. markets. Customers there…
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CFPB’s complaint system makes friends and enemies

Fred Williams

Capt. Will Jamison is in the minority of Americans who know about the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. As a judge advocate at Ellsworth Air Force Base in South Dakota, he called the consumer watchdog agency to get help for a…
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