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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

An act of sabotage took out 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.

Six Industries at Big Risk in California's Drought

The persistent lack of water in the Golden State is hurting rice growers, brewers, ski areas and a variety of other businesses.

Was 'Too Big to Fail' Legal? Trial Will Probe

Case will explore the limits on government power to respond to financial crises.

Bank On It: ATM, Overdraft Fees Are Surging

Checking account fees have been increasing as lenders adjust to federal banking laws and regulations enacted after the 2008 financial crisis.

'Wage Theft' Costs Low-Income Workers Billions

And because of a lack of enforcement the problem is growing.

Pumped-Up Geeks: Muscle Cars Going High-Tech

With increasingly stringent mileage and emissions standards planned around the world, automakers are turning to tech to keep the pedal to the metal.

Will They Fly? Storms Buffet Wind-Power Alternatives

Wind-energy alternatives that go beyond those ubiquitous ground-based turbines face technical challenges and new competition from cheap gas.

Companies Rush to Secure Products Against 'Bash Bug'

Tech companies are scrambling to issue updates for products affected by the so-called "Shellshock" bug, which affects untold numbers of machines.

Stocks Close Higher in Rebound Rally

U.S. stocks rose sharply, rebounding after Wall Street's hardest knock in nearly two months.

BlackBerry Sells 200,000 Passport Phones in Two Days

BlackBerry's still got some fight in it yet: the beleaguered phone manufacturer's latest model is selling well enough to crow about.

Best Boss Ever? Richard Branson Gives Unlimited Vacation

Is Virgin's Richard Branson the best boss ever, or an eccentric?

You've Got Mail: Will Yahoo Buy Rival AOL?

An activist investor sent a letter to Yahoo listing several opportunities to increase shareholder value and recommending that it merge with AOL.

Cavaliers Already Feeling 'The Lebron Effect'

Ticket prices are rising across the board, while Miami Heat ticket prices have fallen.

Can Bitcoin Help Stop Flow of Funds to Terrorists?

The U.S. military is studying digital currencies to learn how they are used by America's adversaries around the world.

Home Designers Share What to Buy -- and Skip -- at Target

From design savvy shoppers to those looking for a steal, there’s something for everyone in Target’s home goods section.

Ford to Recall About 850K Cars for Airbag Glitch

A software glitch could lead to a short circuit, delaying the deployment of airbags in the event of a crash.

Dow Tumbles as Apple Drags Down Tech Sector

Apple's iPhone troubles are sinking stocks.


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