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California OKs Offer of Voluntary Water Cuts by Farmers

California regulators on Friday accepted a historic offer by farmers to make a 25 percent voluntary water cut to avoid deeper mandatory losses.

Start-Up Provides Drone Pilots on Demand

Nothing may say 2015 more than a company that claims it's "the Uber for drones."

This NYC Townhouse Is a 'Steal' at $21.5 Million

Sneak peek inside one of Manhattan's most extravagant residences and why the broker selling says it's a "steal" at $21.5 million.

Gas Prices to Peak Over Memorial Day Weekend

Gasoline will cost more this Memorial Day weekend, but still less than a year ago.

Korean Air 'Nut Rage' Exec Freed by Court

A South Korean court on Friday suspended the prison term of a former Korean Air executive whose onboard "nut rage" tantrum delayed a flight last year.

How the Great Egg Squeeze of 2015 Will Affect You

Analysts at Goldman Sachs predict consumers will ultimately spend an additional $7.5 billion to $8 billion because of the egg supply squeeze.

Feds Seek To Oversee And Speed Up Massive Air Bag Recall

There's so many exploding airbags made by Takata to be replaced that US safety regulators are invoking a power never used before.

Playboy Keeps Its Clothes on With New SFW App

Playboy is getting skin in the media game by ditching naked ladies for content that readers may feel comfortable showing their mothers.

China's Richest Man Loses $15 Billion in Minutes

In the history of sudden wealth loss, Li Hejun may have set a new record.

You'll Probably Hate These Words Scrabble Now Allows

"Lolz", "cakehole," "ridic" and "sexting" are just some of the peculiar words that are now acceptable in a game of Scrabble.

How Not to Outlive Your Retirement Savings

CNBC's Sharon Epperson talks about annuities and how it will help with your retirement saving.

Lumber Liquidators CEO Quits, Shares Tumble

Lumber Liquidators CEO Robert Lynch unexpectedly quit less than a month after the embattled company's chief financial officer also stepped down.

Many Jobless (Still) Giving Up Looking For Work

A new survey says four in ten people without jobs have given up looking.

Terminal Takedown: Cops Use Taser on Passenger at LAX

Los Angeles airport police used a Taser to stun a man and take him into custody after he breached security at LAX Terminal 6, officials said.

Not Lovin' It: Hundreds Protest at McDonald's HQ Over Wages

Protesters shut down at least one building on the corporate campus as they called for pay of $15 an hour and a union.

What You Need to Know About Takata Air Bag Recall

How do you find out whether your car is affected and what do you do about it if it is?

Peter Pan Maker Pays $11 Million Over Food Poisoning

ConAgra Foods has agreed to pay $11.2 million for shipping salmonella-contaminated Peter Pan peanut butter.

CareFirst Hack Exposed Data on 1.1 Million Customers

CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield sells health insurance in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.

Want a Job After College? Think Farming

The farming industry is thriving—and hiring college grads.

Can Cloud Software Help End Police Brutality?

Police violence in Missouri, New York, Maryland and South Carolina have turned the issue of body cameras into a mainstream topic of debate.

Avoid These Dumb Retirement Investment Mistakes

Here are the top 3 retirement planning mistakes that should be avoided.

'Reliable' Germany Is Gripped by Series of Strikes

Millions of commuters were delayed as Germany's train network came to a near-standstill Wednesday after its engineers went on strike again.

How to Find Last-Minute Memorial Day Travel Deals

Scrambling to make last minute plans for the upcoming holiday weekend? CNBC's Landon Dowdy zeros in on four tips that will help plan that perfect getaway without breaking the bank.

Banks to Pay $5.7B in Fines For Manipulating Currencies

Feds hit some of the world's largest banks with a $5.7 billion fine for rigging foreign exchange rates.

Amazon CEO Names First Woman Executive to Coveted Top Role

Bezos recently named 15-year Amazon veteran Maria Renz to the role of "shadow" or, more formally, technical adviser to the CEO.

Los Angeles City Council Approves Minimum Wage Hike

The Los Angeles City Council has voted 14-1 to approve an increase to the city's minimum wage. The minimum wage will jump to $15 an hour by 2020.

Pharmacy in Fungal Meningitis Outbreak To Pay Victims $200 Million

The now-defunct Massachusetts pharmacy behind a 2012 meningitis outbreak that killed at least 64 people will pay out $200 million.

ConAgra May Be Charged Over Peanut Butter Recall

ConAgra Foods is likely to face criminal charges after a U.S. government investigation of the company's 2007 peanut butter recall.

How Much Could Philadelphia Derailment Cost Amtrak?

As victims of the Philadelphia derailment begin filing lawsuits against Amtrak, the railroad could face damages of as much as half a billion dollars.

Takata Air Bag Recall Becomes Biggest Ever in U.S.

Air bag manufacturer Takata has agreed to declare 33.8 million of its inflator mechanisms defective.


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