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Argentina Slams U.S. Judge After Contempt Decision

Argentina's president on Tuesday said a U.S. judge's decision to hold the nation in contempt for attempting to service its debt is "silliness."

Will DUI Charge Dip Michael Phelps As Sponsor Darling?

Michael Phelps’ second DUI arrest has brand experts debating whether the most decorated Olympian can stay afloat as a beloved corporate pitchman.

Secrets of Beyonce's Surprise Album Launch Revealed

A Harvard Business School case study looks at the process of putting out a modern album and a dozen music videos without any promotion - or leaks.

EU Says Apple Tax Deal in Ireland Smells Rotten

If the preliminary ruling is upheld, Apple risks having to repay Ireland tax rebates worth billions of dollars.

Two Charged With Insider Trading of Herbalife Stock

The SEC has charged two men with insider trading after they learned that hedge fund manager Bill Ackman was betting against the stock.

New Viagra Ad is First to Star Only a Woman

A woman has something to say in a Viagra ad for the first time.

Wal-Mart Where Cops Shot Man Pulls Air Rifles

The Beavercreek, Ohio Wal-Mart where police killed a man who was holding a pellet gun sold in the store has pulled air rifles from its shelves.

How's Inflation Really Doing? Ask a Cheeseburger

Most traditional indicators show inflation in the U.S. to be well under control, but bacon cheeseburger eaters know better.

Thailand Wants Tourist ID Bands After Brutal Murders

After two brutal unsolved murders of visiting British backpackers, Thailand wants ID bands to help missing and intoxicated tourists.

'Superweeds' May Be Costing Farmers $1 Billion in Crops

Are new herbicide-resistant genetically-modified seeds helping to create a new breed of "superweed"?

Speed Trap: These Cars Get the Most Traffic Tickets

It's long been rumored that red cars get stopped the most by police.

Microsoft to Battle Apple ... on Fifth Ave

Microsoft has signed a lease to open its first flagship store on New York's Fifth Avenue just five blocks away from Apple's glass building.

iPhone 6: Apple Suppliers Brace for Rush in China

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are slated for an Oct. 17 release on all three of China's wireless carriers.

'Crouching Tiger,' On Demand: Netflix Announces New Play

"Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend" will be released simultaneously on Netflix and selected IMAX theatres on August 28, 2015.

Another Card System Hack at Supervalu, Albertsons

Card data of Supervalu and Albertsons shoppers may be at risk in another hack, the two supermarket companies said Monday.

EBay, PayPal Splitting Up Next Year

After spending much of this year explaining why its two businesses are best left together, eBay's board of directors and CEO do an about-face.

Hong Kong Unrest Weighs on Stocks

Investors are watching developments closely in one of the world's top financial centers.

Caffeinated Underwear? FTC Says It Lacks Buzz

Bras, girdles and leggings infused with caffeine and sold as weight loss aids were more decaf than espresso, U.S. regulators said on Monday.

How One Man With a Lighter Crippled America's Air Travel

A man is charged with setting a blaze at a major radar center, seriously crippling our nation's air traffic control system. How did it happen?

World's Longest Flight Lands in Dallas, Finally

The world's longest flight — via the world's largest passenger jet — landed in Dallas on Monday.

Bill Gates Tops Forbes 400 List of Richest Americans

The Microsoft co-founder topped the Forbes list for the 21st straight year, with a net worth pegged at a whopping $81 billion.

Icahn Considers $100 Million Bid for Atlantic City Casino

Billionaire Icahn weighs a bid to save the Trump Taj Mahal with considerable strings attached.

Toyota Recalls 690K Vehicles For Suspension Glitch

Recall involves Tacoma 4X4s and pre-runner pickup trucks from model years 2005-2011.

Goldblum Shirtless In Weird Ad for Smart Bulbs

Jeff Goldblum takes off his shirt in a to sell you a $14.97 lightbulb in this new weird infomercial. But is it a good deal? The lightbulb, of course.

Should You Roll Over Your 401(k)? It Depends

Before you roll it over into a different type of tax-advantaged option, weight the move carefully, experts suggest.

Fraud Rising, Costing Stores (And Consumers) More

The nation’s retailers are seeing fraud take a significantly bigger bite out of their profits.

Stock Shock: Hong Kong Unrest Rattles Markets

Investors are watching developments closely in one of the world's top financial centers.

Hong Kong Unrest Rattles Stock Markets

Investors are watching developments closely in one of the world's top financial centers.

Cuba Says: No Eau de Revolutionary

For those of you who were yearning to spritz yourself with perfumes named after socialist revolutionary heroes, Cuba says: too bad.

Cuba Says: No Eu de Revolutionary

For those of you who were yearning to spritz yourself with perfumes named after socialist revolutionary heroes, Cuba says: too bad.


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