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Out with the old, in with the new: Facebook's plan for world domination continues apace, with newly announced plans to do away with passwords and introduce Messenger chat bots.

Pay up: Goldman Sachs is likely scrounging in couch cushions for extra change after agreeing to pay $5.06 billion to settle claims it misled mortgage bond investors leading up to the national financial crisis.

TramsOnion?: John Oliver had some fun trolling error-prone credit bureaus with horrible, sound-alike companies.

Shhh: Southwest has quietly upped its fee for the EarlyBird check-in option by a few bucks.

I can't look at you: Chick-fil-A doesn't have an official stance against iceberg lettuce, but just try to sneak it into the company's test kitchen and see what happens.

"The robots weren't able to carry soup or other food steady and they would frequently break down. The boss has decided never to use them again." — an employee of a restaurant in China where the robot staff was fired for incompetence.

“This fellow ended up in Florida, so he came back and turned himself in, which is pretty cool.” — Police rep speaking to The Hour about man accused of stealing a TV 27 years ago.

“He cooked food. I don’t know if he made a hamburger or not.” D.C. Police officer talking to The Washington Post about hamburglar who broke into Five Guys to make a snack.
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