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Since May, fliers who have purchased a new type of travel insurance have been getting paid — at times within hours — up to $1,000 for travel delays.
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Aereo Might Not Be Pulling the Plug
It's still a bit fuzzy, but Aereo claims that the Supreme Court ruling that forced it to suspend service may still allow it to operate.
Gulp! NutriBullet 900 Rated 'Safety Hazard'
A stern warning from Consumer Reports about a bullet-shaped blender.
Disneyland Paris Cooks Up 'Ratatouille' Adventure
On July 10, Disney will open its first attraction based on the 2007 hit film “Ratatouille” and its culinary wunderkind, Rémy the rat.
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Insane! World's Tallest Water Slide Ready to Open
Verrückt, the world's tallest water slide, opens Thursday at Schlitterbahn Kansas City Waterpark. NBC News’ Kevin Tibbles took a test ride.
BNP Pleads Guilty Again in U.S. Sanctions Accord
French bank BNP Paribas pleaded guilty to conspiring to violate U.S. sanctions, admitting to breaking embargoes against Sudan, Cuba and Iran.
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American Apparel in Deal with Charney, Hedge Fund
American Apparel says it reached a deal with hedge fund Standard General and founder Dov Charney to remake its board and bolster finances.
Why Can't Some Beers Cross State Lines?
American beers are a testament to experimentation and risk-taking. So is it so hard to get good beers to cross state lines? Blame Prohibition.
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Millionaires Support Four-Day Workweek
Most millionaires who commented in a recent survey say the workweek should be shorter.
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