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Airbnb Vs. New York City Hearing Ends Without Judge's Ruling

The judge reserved his decision and will issue his ruling sometime in the future, according to the court clerk's office.

U.S. Opens Probe Into Automatic Brakes on 2014 GM Chevy Impala

U.S. safety regulators have opened an investigation to determine if the emergency braking system on General Motors Co.'s 2014 Chevrolet Impala is defective.There are an estimated 61,000 Impala sedans in the United States.

IRS Paid Bonuses to 1,100 Who Owe Back Taxes

The Internal Revenue Service has paid more than $2.8 million in bonuses to employees with recent disciplinary problems, including $1 million to workers who owed back taxes, a government investigator said Tuesday.

Video: Dorian Nakamoto Thanks Bitcoin Community For Donations

Dorian Nakamoto, the man alleged by Newsweek to be the creator of cryptocurrency bitcoin, appeared in a video Tuesday to once more deny the allegations and thank the people who had donated to a fundraiser benefiting his family.

Google Agreed to Pick Up Some of Samsung's Legal Defense in Apple Case

Apple has sued Samsung for infringement of five patents and argued it should have to pay upwards of $2 billion.

You, Too, Can Now Get the New Twitter Design

The Twitter redesign, first unveiled earlier this month, is now available to anybody who wants it.

Stocks Close Higher on Corporate Earnings, Home Sales Data

Stocks climbed on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 extending its longest winning run of the year, as investors digested earnings reports from companies including McDonald's and Netflix.

Hotels Hook Up to Tiny House Trend

While some hotels trumpet the ample square footage of their guest rooms, others rely on quirky coziness to attract customers.

GM Boosting Safety/Engineering Unit in Response to Switch Recall

General Motors is adding 35 product safety investigators as part of a larger restructuring of its engineering operations in response to a massive car recall.GM said Tuesday that the new investigators will more than double the size of its current team, to 55.

Dow Rises Almost 100 Points, Nasdaq up 1% on Corporate Earnings

Stocks climbed on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 extending its longest winning run of the year, as investors digested earnings reports from companies including McDonald's and Netflix.

Fan TV's $99 Cable Box Coming to Time Warner Cable

Time Warner Cable has signed on with an upstart TV set-top box that streams both cable TV and online video.

Aereo App Battles TV Networks in Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Tuesday wrestled with a case that could change the future of television — a fight between the networks and an online startup that relays their shows to customers for a fee.

TV Networks Clash With Startup Before Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Tuesday wrestled with a case that could change the future of television — a fight between the networks and an online startup that relays their shows to customers for a fee.

Health Experts Anxious to See FDA Rules on E-Cigarettes

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is expected to issue its first regulations governing electronic cigarettes by the end of the month, and health experts are anxious about what the rules may look like.

What Does 'Buy the Rumor, Sell the News' Mean?

NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari explains a strategy used on Wall Street to turn a profit based on potentially market-moving events or announcements.

U.S. Airfares Still Rising But Slowly

The average price of an airline ticket for travel within the U.S. rose by just $1 last year, although prices are still modestly higher than they were five years ago.The U.S. Department of Transportation said Tuesday that the average domestic airfare rose to $381 in the fourth quarter of 2013, a 0.

Stanley McChrystal: Military Career Slammed With a 'Curveball'

Retired U.S. Army General Stanley McChrystal, whose career was torpedoed by a 2010 article in Rolling Stone, describes his dramatic ouster as commander of international forces in Afghanistan in a column for the social networking site LinkedIn.

Reboot and Reuse: Apple Offering Free Recycling of Its Gadgets

Apple's warm-and-fuzzy Earth Day announcements continue. Now, Apple Stores will recycle Apple gadgets for free — and even give some customers store credit.Apple Stores worldwide will accept all Apple products "for free, responsible recycling.

Electric vs. Hybrid: Which Drivers Are Younger, Richer?

Motorists who purchase electric vehicles tend to be younger and more affluent than drivers who buy more conventional hybrid vehicles, according to a study from Experian Automotive.

Sheila Bair's memo to millennials: Protect your finances

From navigating post-college employment to dealing with student debt, the millennial generation faces many financial challenges. What steps can a young professional take to help ensure his or her financial security?

How to kick your kids off the payroll

They're becoming adults, they're graduating or they've pointed out they are now 18 and can make their own decisions. And you silently wonder when they'll start making their own money, too.How long do you support your children financially? For many baby boomers, the answer is unclear.

Higher Beef Prices Taking a Bite Out of McDonald's Profits

McDonald's has a real beef. Not only are fewer customers visiting the Golden Arches and rival chains eating into its fast-food empire, but now it has to pay more for the meat in its hamburgers.No wonder it posted a lower quarterly profit on Tuesday as soaring beef prices bit into margins.

For Earth Day, How About a New Congress?

What do you get Mother Earth on her big day? She's just so hard to shop for and, after all, she already has everything.

Beef Prices Soaring to Highest in Decades

Recent droughts send cattle prices to their highest levels since 1987. KDLT's Jill Johnson reports.

How Did the Teen Stowaway Evade Airport Security?

While the rest of us can't board a flight without submitting our socks for inspections, a 16-year old boy managed to sneak into an airplane's wheel-well Sunday and take a free ride from San Jose to Maui. He survived, but the incident raises serious questions about airport security.

Existing Home Sales Dipped to Lowest in 20 Months in March

Home resales fell to their lowest level in more than 1-1/2 years in March, but there were signs a recent downward trend that has plagued the housing market may be drawing to an end.The National Association of Realtors said on Tuesday that sales of existing home sales slipped 0.

For Some Student Borrowers, Co-Signer Death Brings Nasty Shock

Students who take out private loans to pay for college could face a nasty surprise if their co-signer dies or files for bankruptcy: The lender may suddenly demand the loan be paid in full—or even worse, put that loan in default—even though all payments are being made on time.

GM Seeks to Shield Itself From Ignition Lawsuits

General Motors Co filed a motion in a U.S. bankruptcy court to enforce a bar on lawsuits related to ignition defects in cars sold before its 2009 bankruptcy as it fights a class action lawsuit that seeks to set aside the restriction.

Stocks Open Slightly Higher as Markets Digest Diet of Earnings

Stocks opened slightly higher on Tuesday as investors considered earnings from companies including McDonald's and Netflix.The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 22 points in early morning trading and the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq also rose.

Military, Inc.: How Companies Use SEALs and Soldiers to Sell

It's a battle-tested advertising strategy.U.S. companies, from automakers to brewers, are using footage of soldiers returning from war in ads to sell their products.


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