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Cops Search Home of Subway Spokesman Jared Fogle

Law enforcement searched the home of Subway spokesman Jared Fogle on Tuesday.

White House Plans to Spread Solar Power Access

The Obama administration is starting a new program designed to spread solar power and solar industry jobs to a wider range of Americans, including renters and low-income communities,

Report: Ex-Toyota Exec Held in Japan to be Freed

Japanese authorities are expected to free the American woman who was Toyota Motor Co.'s spokeswoman without indicting her on drug charges

Carnival Gets U.S. OK to Operate Cuba Cruises

Carnival Corp. said it has received U.S. approvals to operate cruises to Cuba and plans to start in May if it gets the OK from the Cuban government.

Chinese Stunned as $2.8 Trillion Is Wiped From Markets

It has been a tough three weeks for the millions of regular Chinese who've invested vital savings in the country's stock markets.

Eyes on the Road: Smart Dashboards Raise Safety Concerns

When it comes to dashboards that are more like smart phones, two things are clear: Customers want them, and automakers are intent on supplying them.

Male Hormones Raise Stock Traders' Risk Appetite

Higher levels of certain hormones make stock traders likelier to take financial risks and may even make markets unstable, a new study has found.

Google Tests Self-Driving Cars in Austin

Google has begun testing its self-driving cars in Austin, expanding efforts to gather information on how the prototypes work in the real world.

Check Out the 20 Priciest ZIP Codes in the U.S.

If you think it's expensive living in Silicon Valley or Beverly Hills, try buying a place in Sagaponack, N.Y.

Greeks Feel 'Hostage' to Crisis Talks as Banks Stay Shut

The Greek government was expected to present economic reform proposals to creditors in hopes of restarting aid talks before the country's coffers run dry.

Bank Fires Workers Over Mock ISIS Execution Video

A group of HSBC employees has been fired after a video emerged online which showed a mock ISIS-style execution.

Credit Card Interest-Rate Scam Refuses to Die

Robocalls pitching interest rate reductions on credit card balances continue to plague consumers, despite federal efforts to stop the con artists.

Sheryl Sandberg Joins SurveyMonkey Board of Directors

SurveyMonkey will add two new members to its board of directors, including Facebook's chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg.

Count Your Beans: Starbucks is Hiking Coffee Prices

Starbucks Corp. said it would raise prices for some of its coffee beverages by 5 to 20 cents in the United States starting Tuesday.

Female World Cup Winners Won't Earn Pay of Losing Men

Despite World Cup success, U.S. women soccer players will struggle to gain the salary and endorsement windfalls enjoyed by their male counterparts.

Sweet! Oreo Unveils New 'Thin' Cookie

Oreo Thins, described as "thin and crispy sandwich cookies," will be available nationwide beginning Monday, July 13.

Crowdfunding Greece? What to Know Before Giving

Amid a crowdfunding drive to help Greece pay its debt, experts explain what you need to do before contributing to such a campaign.

Greeks in U.S. Fear Their Businesses Could Take a Hit

American businesses that sell goods from Greece are preparing for the worst after voters there rejected a bailout deal.

American Apparel Shedding Stores and Jobs

Clothing retailer American Apparel unveiled a plan to cut costs by $30 million but warned it may not be enough to get it through the next year.

All Greek to Me: What Happens Now Bailout Terms Rejected

More than 61% of Greeks voted to reject tough economic bailout conditions. What happens now?

Amazon Pushes Prime Service With Day of Deals

Amazon is trying to lure more subscribers to its $99 Prime loyalty program by pushing a day of discounts it calls 'Prime Day.'

5 Things Survivors Need to Know About Debt and Dying

Given increasing longevity and the lack of retirement readiness, more seniors than ever are taking their debts to the grave with them.

Iconic Co-Founder of Burt's Bees Dies at 80

Burt Shavitz, the bearded beekeeper who was the iconic face of the body products company he co-founded in 1984, Burt's Bees, has died at 80.

What Happens Now After Greece Rejects Bailout?

More than 61% of Greeks voted to reject tough economic bailout conditions. What happens now?

Why Korean Cars Are Getting Better and Better

The Korean automakers are moving steadily upmarket.

Private Island Owners Fret About Climate Change

Illusionist David Copperfield is a member of one of the world's most-elite clubs: private island owners who are concerned about climate change.

Americans Serve Up Hope to Greece's Hard-Hit Retirees

As the debt crisis bites, a soup kitchen run by a Greek-American is not just serving the city's homeless but also residents facing economic hardship.

Some Greeks Use Bitcoin to Evade Currency Limits

Some Greeks are converting euros into bitcoin to evade currency controls and guard against the prospect that they might be devalued into drachmas.

Chrysler May Face Big Fines for Safety Lapses

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles faces steep fines from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for allegedly misleading U.S. regulators.

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