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Millions of Chickens to Be Killed After Bird Flu Outbreak

An Iowa farm that has more than 5 million chickens has been hit by H5N2 bird flu - a deadly virus that can wipe out flocks within days.

Is Cuba Open for Business? There's a Long Road Ahead

American businesses are eyeing Cuba now that relations are thawing. They won't find the going easy.

Trader Charged With Fraud in 'Flash Crash' Probe

A futures trader was arrested in the United Kingdom on U.S. wire fraud, commodities fraud and manipulation charges in the May 2010 "Flash Crash."

Trans-Pacific Partnership: Five Things You Need to Know

Congress is bracing for a huge showdown over granting the White House "fast track" authority to negotiate on a sweeping, multinational trade deal.

Bad News For McDonald's Chicken Select Fans

Not even social media enthusiasm for Chicken Selects could save the popular snack.

Study Links Swarm of Texas Quakes to Natural Gas Drilling

"There's almost an abundance of smoking guns in this case."

Humanoid Robot Starts Work at Japanese Department Store

Speaking Japanese, Chihira, which has human-like features and blinks, can also be programmed to speak in other languages such as Chinese.

Shake Shack Is Headed to California

Drought or no drought, Shake Shack plans to open its first restaurant in California.

Halliburton Has Cut Workforce By 10% As Oil Prices Fall

Oilfield services company Halliburton said it has laid off 9,000 workers in response to tumbling oil prices, with more jobs to come.

The Myth of the Lazy, Entitled Millennial

"Millennials are hungrier and more well-educated than any generation in history."

Blue Bell Pulls All Products After Ice Cream Listeria Scare

Blue Bell is recalling all of its products on the market after two samplings of chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream tested positive for listeriosis.

Cracked Nest Egg: Why Can't We Save Enough?

Many Americans may not save enough, but most admit they have the ability to save more.

Wisconsin Declares Bird Flu Emergency

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker declared a state of emergency Monday because of an outbreak of H5N2 bird flu that kills poultry.

Target Could Have Prevented Lilly Pulitzer Frenzy

Target's Lilly Pulitzer clothing launch sold out swiftly, stoking both shopper buzz and frustration, but it should have seen it coming, experts say.

Apple Carbon Footprint Rises Despite Green Measures

Apple is more energy efficient than it ever has been, according to a new report.

Black & Green: Buying Into the Marijuana Market

Entry to the legal marijuana industry means more than opening up a dispensary. It's a multibillion-dollar industry with multifaceted positions.

Kraft Mac & Cheese Says Goodbye to The Dye

This is the last year that the original version of Kraft Mac & Cheese sold in the U.S. will contain artificial preservatives or synthetic colors.

Google Allows Download of Your Entire Search History

The search giant already allowed users to view their history, but now they can download their entire history in just a few simple steps.

You'll Save a Whopping $2.01 This Summer on Airfare

Fliers will get a tiny bit of relief on airfare from the savings airlines are enjoying on fuel costs.

Downsizing Can Have a Lot of Benefits for Retirees

Sharon Epperson sits down with CNBC's Digital Financial Advisor Council and discusses ways to protect your retirement income.

To Protect Elderly from Financial Scams, Just Talk

When seniors discuss their finances with a friend, family member or professional, they are more likely to take measures to stave off financial scams.

You'll Save a Whopping $2.01 This Summer on Airfare

Fliers will get a tiny bit of relief on airfare from the savings airlines are enjoying on fuel costs.

Sony Unveils Flagship Phone Despite Mobile Struggles

The 5.2-inch Xperia Z4 comes after the company confirmed thousands of job cuts in its mobile division earlier this year.

Airline Customer Satisfaction Gets a Tiny Bit Better

Customers report being slightly more pleased with airlines, but the industry still ranks low on a customer satisfaction index.

Black & Green: Colorado's Black 'Potreprenuers'

From business owners to policymakers, meet the black 'pot-treprenuers', trying to cash in on the high profits that abound in Colorado's cannabis industry.

Why African Americans Aren't Breaking Into the Pot Industry

The Drug Policy Alliance's Malik Burnett explores some of the challenges African Americans face upon entering the legal marijuana industry.

Is Your New Car Stamped 'Hecho en Mexico'?

Most of the models sold by Japanese brands are built in North America, and a growing number of those are coming from plants south of the border.

Remote-Controlled Jets? Tragic Crash Prompts Debate

Technology that would allow planes to be controlled remotely in situations similar to the Germanwings tragedy is being eyed by German authorities.

BMW Recalls 91,000 Mini Coopers Over Air Bag Sensor

The defect in the occupant detection mat means air bags may not deploy in a crash. The automaker said it has received one report of an injury.

California's Drought Could Mean More Expensive Jeans

Drought and water shortages could push California's cotton acreage to its lowest levels since the early 1930s. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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