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Will NFL Sponsor Wrath Change the League?
The corporate blowback might not dent the league's pocketbook anytime soon but it could be a factor down the road.
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Consumer Bureau Wants Oversight of Car Loan Companies
The bureau wants authority to regulate 38 non-bank auto lenders that make or refinance at least 10,000 loans or leases per year.
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Ka-Ching: Dow Sets Record High
Dow sets a record close, after the Federal Reserve reiterated it would not hike interest rates for a 'considerable' period.
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Whiskey Worries: Scotch Industry Frets About Vote
Members of Scotland's best-known industry are watching the vote for independence with serious trepidation.
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This App Promises to Keep Your Pictures Safe From Hackers
In the wake of a string of celebrity iPhone hacks, one mobile app company is ramping up its efforts to keep all messages safe from hackers.
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Fed Pledges to Keep Interest Rates Near Zero
The Federal Reserve renewed a pledge to keep interest rates near zero for a "considerable time" and repeated concerns over slack in the labor market.
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Major Sponsors Turn Up Heat on NFL Over Abuse Scandal
Companies have started yanking sponsorship deals over the NFL's handling of the domestic abuse scandal.
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Dropped: Nike Suspends Contract With Adrian Peterson
Nike "in no way condones child abuse or domestic violence of any kind and has shared our concerns with the NFL."
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Buy This, Not That at the Dollar Stores
Sometimes with the dollar stores cheap is thrifty, and sometimes you get what you pay for.
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Travel Industry Battles Minimum Wage Hike
Travel industry paints a rosy picture of the hotel business even as it is battling labor gourps trying to raise the minimum wage for tourism workers.
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Kohl's, FedEx, UPS Boost Holiday Season Hiring
Stores and package delivery companies are already stepping up hiring for what they expect will be a big holiday season.
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Apple Watch Declared a Highway Safety Threat in U.K.
Safety experts in the U.K. are questioning whether the new wearable device will be just as much of a driver distraction as handheld cellphones.
For Sale: Tropical Paradise, Only $14 Million
For that massive price tag you can get lush vegetation, white powdery sand and sparkling blue waters.
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Consumer Price Drop First in Almost 18 Months
Consumer prices fell for the first time in nearly 18 months in August, driven by a sharp plunge in gasoline, which offset food and rental prices.
Social Media Campaign Shames Bad Airline Passengers
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Wealth Chasm: Number of Billionaires Hits Record High
A new survey shows that 155 billionaires were minted this year.
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California Permits Punch the Gas on Self-Driving Cars
Testing of self-driving cars has been going on in a number of states for a while, but regulations are starting to catch up to the nascent industry.
'Surge' Sells Out After Coke Revives Old Soda
It was taken off the market in 2002, presumably due to low sales. Now it's back thanks to an internet groundswell, and it's already sold out.
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Wake-to-Go: Funeral Home Offers Drive-Thru
One funeral home in Saginaw, Michigan introduced a drive-thru viewing option for guests to view open caskets in three-minute increments.
Tesla Just Got One Step Closer To Direct Distribution
A Massachusette top court ruled that car manufacture Tesla can sell directly to consumers.
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Poverty Rate Dips, But Wages Remain Flat
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But the number of Americans -- approximately 45.3 million people -- living at or below the poverty line remained about the same.
Meet the real-life 'Wolf of Wall Street'
Jordan Belfort, whose memoir inspired the Leonardo DiCaprio film, sits down with Willie Geist to talk business ethics.
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Wal-Mart Spokesman Resigns Over College Degree
Wal-Mart's vice president of corporate communications, is leaving the retail giant after a check revealed he hadn't finished his college degree.
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Colleges Fail to Deliver Real-World Career Prep
There is a huge disconnect between what college presidents think students need for postgraduate careers and what the schools are actually delivering.
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