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Two Beer Makers Exit St. Patrick's Parades
The makers of Sam Adams and Heineken beer say they are withdrawing sponsorship of St. Patrick's Day parades because organizers exclude gay groups.
Stocks Drop; Fears Over Sunday's Crimea Vote
Kate Gibson, CNBC
Stocks drop as cautious markets fear escalation of Ukraine-Russia crisis after Sunday's Crimea vote.
RICK WILKING / Reuters
Data Breach Could Be More Extensive, Target Warns
The retailer says its investigation into the massive cyberattack over the holiday shopping season is continuing.
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Wall Street Shares Wealth, for Better or Worse
Martha C. White
New York stands to benefit from billions in Wall Street bonuses, but that influx of money can trickle down in a way that hits the middle class.
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Quiznos Chain Toasted, Files for Bankruptcy
Sandwich chain Quiznos filed for bankruptcy protection on Friday -- the second nationwide food outlet to do so this week.
Raised Money on Kickstarter? Pay the Tax Man
Users of Kickstarter, Indiegogo and others may be surprised to find the IRS likely sees their passion projects as taxable income.
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Unemployment Benefits Bill a Double-Edged Sword
John W. Schoen
A proposed bill to restore unemployment benefits is a double-edged sword as it also allows employers to slow down contributions to private pension funds.
Brian Taylor / CNBC
The Long, Grueling Road: Getting Out of Debt
A few brave Americans say the only way to escape debt is the hard, sweaty way.
Nati Harnik / AP
Buffett's $1B NCAA Bracket Tip: Study Form
Legendary investor Warren Buffett offers a tip to win $1 billion for a perfect March Madness bracket: Study the Form.
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