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When Is It Cheapest to Fill 'Er Up?
Martha C. White
Finding the cheapest gas anywhere can be a moving target, but you'll have a better chance on these days of the week.
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Next on the Docket: GM Airbag Maker Gets Sued
A lawsuit in California is the first to name Continental in a growing wave of litigation over GM's recall.
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Did Your Phone Get Stolen? You're Likely Not Alone
Smartphone thefts rarely make national news anymore. But the crime spree seems to have gotten worse.
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N.Y. Auto Show Gets Pumped Up with Brawny Cars
Paul A. Eisenstein
While there are a number of new, fuel-efficient products on display, muscle cars have muscled their way to dominance at the show.
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All the Joe You Can Drink for $45/Month
Martha C. White
New Yorkers can get a subscription for their caffeine addiction — and for now, it’s free.
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Meet the Wal-Mart of Money Transfer Services
Wal-Mart has launched a new money transfer service that lets customers send cash from one store to another, undercutting others' fees.
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Sugar Fix: Are We Facing a Chocopocalypse?
As cocoa prices surge to near-record highs on demand for emerging markets, chocoholics brace for a hike in price.
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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.
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Sticker-Shock Steaks: Why Have Beef Prices Risen?
Drought, a smaller cattle supply, and food exports have all contributed to higher food prices in the U.S.
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