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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
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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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Start-Ups Bet Users Will Pay for Online Privacy
A growing number of start-ups think people will be willing to pay to keep their personal information private from online snoops and hackers.
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