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Unhappy Meal: Man Says McDonald's Mocked Disability
Robert Mingo, who suffers from muscular dystrophy and a chronic back ailment, alleges that he encountered stiff resistance during two separate visits.
Ladies Home Journal to Become a Quarterly Magazine
The magazine that prides itself on offering practical beauty advice, recipes and more, will no longer run as a monthly.
FyreTV Porn Streamer Sues Amazon Over 'Fire TV'
Amazon is being sued over the trademark for its "Fire TV" streaming set-top box by the company that made a "FyreTV" device years earlier.
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Microsoft Results Bolster New CEO's Direction
In Satya Nadella's first quarterly earnings release as CEO, Microsoft posted earnings and revenue that beat Wall Street expectations.
BofA in Settlement Talks for $10B+: Sources
Bank of America is discussing a deal similar to that of JPMorgan's $13 billion settlement over securities tied to home loans, CNBC reports.
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Start Your Engines: Are Electric Cars Really Cleaner?
Glenn Zorpette, Editor of IEEE Spectrum breaks down the environmental costs of an electric car, versus a traditional, internal-combustion powered auto.
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Net Neutrality: What's New in the FCC Proposal
The Federal Communication Commission announced a proposal to codify so-called net neutrality laws.
Stocks Close Higher but Ukraine Tension Weighs
Kate Gibson, CNBC
Stocks close slightly higher but concerns about Ukraine mute enthusiasm over Apple's earnings and strong manufacturing orders data
Ladies Home Journal Ends Subscriptions
More than 100 years after its launch, the magazine is shifting to a quarterly newsstand format as it faces aging readership and tough competition.
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