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T-Mobile Doubles Amount of Data for Same Price
The carrier is rolling out a revamped version of its Simple Choice plan that gives users double the high-speed data for the same $50.
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Google 'Pretty Sure' Your Data Is Safe: Schmidt
Google's executive chairman says the company has upgraded the encryption process it uses to help keep users' information secure.
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General Motors CEO Honeymoon May Be Over
Paul A. Eisenstein
Just two months into the job, Mary Barra must help GM navigate the biggest challenge to its reputation since exiting bankruptcy.
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Boeing Reports Wing Cracks on Production 787s
The airplane maker says it is "confident" the condition doesn't exist in planes already in service.
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Why Billions in Ukraine Bailout Money Could End Up in Russia
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It's Cute, Cuddly and Sapping Your Willpower
Martha C. White
You've just scrolled through two dozen GIFs of cats jumping into boxes. Now, get ready to kiss your willpower goodbye.
Stocks Mixed; Positive Jobs Data Push Up Dow
Kate Gibson, CNBC
Stocks end mixed after rising on a better-than-expected February jobs report.
Man Who Sued Facebook CEO Must Face Charges
Paul Ceglia is accused of forging a contract with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg that supposedly entitled him to part ownership.
Why Mounting Loan Debt Is a Good Sign (Really)
In a good sign for the economy, consumer debt rose in January, especially for cars and student loans.
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