With debit card fee, Bank of America reaches deeper into customers’ pockets

New federal debit card rules won't kick in until Saturday. But Bank of America wasted no time in announcing a $5 monthly fee for debit...

By Ben Fritz and Rebecca Keegan, Los Angeles Times

Consumers frustrated at paying an extra $3 for 3-D movies may have to shell out even more money next year — just to see them.

By Ben Fritz and Rebecca Keegan, Los Angeles Times

Consumers frustrated at paying an extra $3 for 3-D movies may have to shell out even more money next year — just to see them.

By Ben Fritz and Rebecca Keegan, Los Angeles Times

Consumers frustrated at paying an extra $3 for 3-D movies may have to shell out even more money next year — just to see them. By Ben Fritz and Rebecca Keegan, Los Angeles Times

Consumers frustrated at paying an extra $3 for 3-D movies may have to shell out even more money next year — just to see them. By Ben Fritz and Rebecca Keegan, Los Angeles Times

Consumers frustrated at paying an extra $3 for 3-D movies may have to shell out even more money next year — just to see them. By Ben Fritz and Rebecca Keegan, Los Angeles Times

Consumers frustrated at paying an extra $3 for 3-D movies may have to shell out even more money next year — just to see them. By Ben Fritz and Rebecca Keegan, Los Angeles Times

Consumers frustrated at paying an extra $3 for 3-D movies may have to shell out even more money next year — just to see them. By Ben Fritz and Rebecca Keegan, Los Angeles Times

Consumers frustrated at paying an extra $3 for 3-D movies may have to shell out even more money next year — just to see them. By Ben Fritz and Rebecca Keegan, Los Angeles Times

Consumers frustrated at paying an extra $3 for 3-D movies may have to shell out even more money next year — just to see them. By Ben Fritz and Rebecca Keegan, Los Angeles Times

Consumers frustrated at paying an extra $3 for 3-D movies may have to shell out even more money next year — just to see them. By Ben Fritz and Rebecca Keegan, Los Angeles Times

Consumers frustrated at paying an extra $3 for 3-D movies may have to shell out even more money next year — just to see them. By Ben Fritz and Rebecca Keegan, Los Angeles Times

Consumers frustrated at paying an extra $3 for 3-D movies may have to shell out even more money next year — just to see them. By Ben Fritz and Rebecca Keegan, Los Angeles Times

Consumers frustrated at paying an extra $3 for 3-D movies may have to shell out even more money next year — just to see them. By Ben Fritz and Rebecca Keegan, Los Angeles Times

Consumers frustrated at paying an extra $3 for 3-D movies may have to shell out even more money next year — just to see them.