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Documents Suggest Costs Prompted GM To Reject Safer Switch
The Center for Auto Safety today revealed that it has discovered that GM had designed two ignition switches in 2001 for the Saturn Ion and Chevrolet Cobalt but opted for the less expensive design. Chris Clackum reports.
Yahoo to Exec: You're Fired, Here's $58 Million
Yahoo's recently fired chief operating officer, Henrique de Castro, left the Internet company with a severance package of $58 million.
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Yahoo Wants To Be Apple's Mobile Search Partner
Sources tell Recode that Yahoo hopes to persuade Apple to dump Google as the default search engine on its Safari browser on the iPhone and iPad.
Texting Apps Do More Than Just Send Messages
Messaging apps are becoming platforms for things like full-blown content sharing and even spending money.
Your Chocolate Easter Egg May Have Shocking Origins
Worldwide production of chocolate is worth about $100 billion per year. CNBC's John Schoen takes a look inside the sweetest industry. Illustrated by Rob Donnelly.
Man Charged in Canada Tax Agency 'Heartbleed' Hack
A 19-year-old man is accused of exploiting the "Heartbleed" bug to steal taxpayer data from a government website.
Sprint Sends Email Addressed to "Sissyboy"
A Chicago man said he received an email from Sprint addressed to "Sissyboy" after he called the company to report an error with his account.
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Google's Earnings Disappoint as Ad Prices Slip
Shares dropped in extended trading after the Internet giant announced results that missed analysts' projections.
Stocks Shoot Up on Yellen's Economy Comments
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Stocks surged after U.S. industrial production rose more than projected and Fed chief Yellen repeated her pledge to hold down interest rates.
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