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EBay, PayPal Splitting Up Next Year


After spending much of this year explaining why its two businesses are best left together, eBay's board of directors and CEO do an about-face.






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Hong Kong Unrest Weighs on Stocks


Investors are watching developments closely in one of the world's top financial centers.






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Caffeinated Underwear? FTC Says It Lacks Buzz


Bras, girdles and leggings infused with caffeine and sold as weight loss aids were more decaf than espresso, U.S. regulators said on Monday.






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How One Man With a Lighter Crippled America's Air Travel


An act of sabotage took out a major radar center, seriously crippling our nation's air traffic control system. How did it happen?
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World's Longest Flight Lands in Dallas, Finally


The world's longest flight — via the world's largest passenger jet — landed in Dallas on Monday.






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Bill Gates Tops Forbes 400 List of Richest Americans


The Microsoft co-founder topped the Forbes list for the 21st straight year, with a net worth pegged at a whopping $81 billion.






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Icahn Considers $100 Million Bid for Atlantic City Casino


Billionaire Icahn weighs a bid to save the Trump Taj Mahal with considerable strings attached.






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Toyota Recalls 690K Vehicles For Suspension Glitch


Recall involves Tacoma 4X4s and pre-runner pickup trucks from model years 2005-2011.






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Goldblum Shirtless In Weird Ad for Smart Bulbs


Jeff Goldblum takes off his shirt in a to sell you a $14.97 lightbulb in this new weird infomercial. But is it a good deal? The lightbulb, of course.






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Should You Roll Over Your 401(k)? It Depends


Before you roll it over into a different type of tax-advantaged option, weight the move carefully, experts suggest.






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Fraud Rising, Costing Stores (And Consumers) More


The nation’s retailers are seeing fraud take a significantly bigger bite out of their profits.






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Hong Kong Unrest Rattles Stock Markets


Investors are watching developments closely in one of the world's top financial centers.






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Stock Shock: Hong Kong Unrest Rattles Markets


Investors are watching developments closely in one of the world's top financial centers.






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Cuba Says: No Eu de Revolutionary


For those of you who were yearning to spritz yourself with perfumes named after socialist revolutionary heroes, Cuba says: too bad.






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Cuba Says: No Eau de Revolutionary


For those of you who were yearning to spritz yourself with perfumes named after socialist revolutionary heroes, Cuba says: too bad.
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Six Industries at Big Risk in California's Drought


The persistent lack of water in the Golden State is hurting rice growers, brewers, ski areas and a variety of other businesses.






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Was 'Too Big to Fail' Legal? Trial Will Probe


Case will explore the limits on government power to respond to financial crises.






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Bank On It: ATM, Overdraft Fees Are Surging


Checking account fees have been increasing as lenders adjust to federal banking laws and regulations enacted after the 2008 financial crisis.






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'Wage Theft' Costs Low-Income Workers Billions


And because of a lack of enforcement the problem is growing.






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Pumped-Up Geeks: Muscle Cars Going High-Tech


With increasingly stringent mileage and emissions standards planned around the world, automakers are turning to tech to keep the pedal to the metal.






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