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'Dying Out Here': Job Gains Leave Black Women Behind
A creeping escape from the Great Recession is bolstering job prospects in every demographic slice of the U.S. economy but one: black women.
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Logging On at Midnight: Not Always a Bad Thing
Roughly one in four of us are logging on and putting in at least a few hours of work between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. on a regular basis.
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Hold the Breadsticks! Advice for Olive Garden
An investor, Starboard Value, has criticized Olive Garden's parent company Darden Restaurants for its management of the Italian restaurant chain.
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Fracking or Drinking Water? That May Become the Choice
That's the possible dilemma facing a number of countries including the United States, according to a new report released by the World Resources Institute.
Staging a Mansion for the Price of a Car
For the super rich, getting a home ready for sale has become a high-priced production with elaborate staging, including what's in the garage.
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Ford Has Multiple Recalls, GM Halts Corvette Sales
Ford is recalling about 74,000 older model Ford Escape and Mercury Mariner crossover vehicles because the electronic hybrid system may overheat.
Miami to Orlando in 3 Hours on New Railroad
A private high-speed Florida railway service linking Miami with Orlando is set to begin operation in 2016, using German rolling stock made in the U.S
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Credit Card Debt May Dampen Holiday Shopping
Credit card debt is rising before the holiday season. Consumers charged $28.2 billion in the second quarter —the largest buildup in six years.
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Alibaba IPO Oversubscribed as Investors Jockey for Shares
Demand for the IPO of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is strong enough to draw prices higher than the current price range, sources told CNBC.
Stores Begin Decking the Halls for Holidays
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Vail Gets Its Mountain, Plans Biggest U.S. Resort
After months of litigation and a feared possible shutdown this season, Park City Mountain Resort is being bought out by Vail Resorts.
CHANCE CHAN / Reuters
Want to Get in on Alibaba's IPO? Good Luck
Initial public offerings are like a big, exclusive party that all investors are invited to but only a few can actually attend.
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Bogus Bills: Shady Company Scams Schools in 26 States
The Better Business Bureau is warning school districts across the country to be on the lookout for fake invoices for educational supplies.
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Toyota Recalling 130,000 Tundras for Air-Bag Issue
Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling 130,000 2014 Tundra pickup trucks to correct a problem with side air bags.
The Trapper Keeper is Back with an iPad Case
In a blast from the past, the iconic Trapper Keeper is making a comeback, and this time it’s packing an iPad case.
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McBrunch: McDonald's Trademarks Its Own Mealtime
McDonald's has filed a federal trademark registration for the term "McBrunch."
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Oil, Extortion and Crime: Where ISIS Gets Its Money
ISIS has formalized a system of internal financing that includes an Islamic form of taxation, looting and most significantly, oil sales.
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What's Goth and Beefy? Burger King's 'Black Burger'
The Kuro Burger, with "kuro" meaning "black" in Japanese, will be available for a limited period.
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Development Banks Pledge to Step Up Climate Action
The world's six multilateral development banks promised on Thursday to do more to help emerging nations fight climate change.
After Apple Pay, Will Wallets Soon be Extinct?
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Bleeding Cash, RadioShack May File for Bankruptcy
The retailer whose name was synonymous with electronics says it may be headed for bankruptcy or worse.
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Free iPhone 6? Carriers Fight for Customers
Major wireless carriers already are offering deals on the new iPhone 6, marking the latest salvo in their fight to poach customers from rivals.
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California Drought Could Claim Quarter of Rice Crop
California's ongoing drought is claiming another victim: the state's rice crop. The bad conditions have at least one farmer ready to call it quits.
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