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Nutella Denies Shortage Rumors

The makers of Nutella said that soaring hazelnut prices won't hurt the availability of its chocolate spread.

Aww Nuts! Could There Be a Nutella Shortage?

Spread the word, Nutella prices could be under pressure.

Las Vegas Offers All but Marriage to Gay Tourists

While gay couples still can't get married in Nevada, Las Vegas wants them to know that they — and their money — are welcome.

Craze or Crazy? $900 Cupcake Is Topped With Gold

A Toronto bakery recently whipped up a $900 cupcake for a customer who wanted to buy "something special" for his wife's 40th birthday.

Helmet Cam Shows NFL Coaches What the Players See

Coaches often talk about getting into a player's head. A newly-developed helmet cam is poised to help them do that.

Dow Climbs Over 17,000 Ahead of Yellen Speech

Stocks climbed, as investors anticipated a moderate tone from Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen when she talks about the labor market on Friday.

Ford Warns Dealers About Models Made Last Week

Ford has told dealers to stop test-driving and selling C-Max and Focus models produced this month because of potential steering problems.

Ford Warns Dealers About Models Built Last Week

Ford has told dealers to stop test-driving and selling C-Max and Focus models produced this month because of potential steering problems.

Beware of 'Pension Predators' Promising Quick Cash

To get tomorrow’s money today, you have to sign over your future pension payments for a specified number of years.

Watch out for ‘pension predators’ promising quick cash

A pension, for those lucky enough to have one, offers a guaranteed check every month for the rest of your life upon retirement. But a number of companies are now offering an alternative: a pension advance, typically made in one lump sum payment.

Drought Ordinance Targets Some California Pools

Some Orange County pool owners may not be able to fill their pools if a strict water-saving ordinance goes into effect in response to California's drought concerns.

Homes Selling at Fastest Rate for Nearly a Year

Americans resold their homes in July at the fastest pace in almost a year, a sign the housing market was gaining steam again after a year-long slump.

Dow Climbs Over 17,000 Ahead of Yellen Speech

Stocks climbed, as investors anticipated a moderate tone from Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen when she talks about the labor market on Friday.

Holder: BofA, Merrill Lynch, Countrywide Misrepresented Loans

US Attorney general Eric Holder announces a record $16.6 billion civil settlement with Bank of America.

Labor Day Drive to be Most Clogged in 6 Years

AAA predicts traffic this Labor Day to rebound to its highest since the recession began.

Jobless Claims Drop as Labor Market Improves

Fewer people applied for U.S. unemployment benefits last week, another sign the job market is improving.

Aww! 5 cute puppies and how to choose the right one for you

Andrea Arden from Animal Planet stopped by Studio 1A with five adorable puppies — along with a few important points to consider before adding a dog to your family.Temperament Consider that each dog has a different energy level. Choosing one that will fit with your lifestyle is important. PopularityThe most popular dogs may be stars on social media, but may not necessarily work well in your house.

US Workers Don't take All Their Vacation Days

Many Americans simply refuse to take time off, or can’t unplug from the office. NBC’s Tom Costello reports.

PETA Buys SeaWorld Stock to Affect Whale Care

Bank of America to Pay $17 Billion Settlement

Bank of America Will Pay $16.65 Billion Over Mortgages

It's the largest settlement of its kind to come out of the financial meltdown that led to the Great Recession.

UPS Stores Hack Puts Customer Info at Risk

Some customers of The UPS Store may have had their credit and debit card info exposed by a computer virus found on systems at stores in 24 states.

Are You a Work Martyr?

Fears of work piling up could be putting a dent in vacation plans. A new survey says 40 percent of Americans don’t take all of their time off.

Mom Builds an App so Her Son Will 'Ignore No More'

Ever get the feeling your calls are being ignored? In the age of smartphones and caller ID, we all know it happens, but what can be done?

Stocks Higher, Markets Eye Fed Rate Hikes

Stocks mostly rose after a report from the Federal Reserve's last meeting showed some officials want a "relatively prompt" rate hike.

Twinkies Live, but Their Birthplace is Closing

Almost 85 years after it started making Twinkies snacks, the Schiller Park, Ill., bakery is turning off its ovens for good.

Russians Close Four Golden Arches in Moscow

Russia ordered the temporary closure of four McDonald's restaurants in Moscow for sanitary violations against a backdrop of worsening U.S.-Russian ties.

Uber and Lyft Scramble for Lead in Hired-Car Market

Will the escalating shenanigans of Uber and Lyft hurt consumers, or is it just good old-fashioned competition?

‘Worst’ back-to-school mall ad goes viral

Hamas Warns Flights Against Landing in Israel

A Hamas spokesman warned airlines against landing at Ben Gurion International Airport starting at 6 a.m. Thursday.


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