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That's Cool: Ice Energy Heats up Storage Market


The market for storing wind and solar-generated electricity could become a multibillion-dollar industry in the next decade, analysts say.






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Caribbean Travel Unfazed by Cuba Opening - For Now


There's pent-up U.S. desire to travel to Cuba, but the hotels, roads and air routes haven't caught up yet, experts say.






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In New Emails, Madoff Defends His Dead Sons


Bernard Madoff is still insisting he acted alone in his epic fraud.






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Fuel Surcharges Linger as Gas Prices Fall. Why?


Different industries have different reasons, but it all comes down to revenues.






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Super Bowl XLIX's Most Bizarre Prop Bets


There are plenty of great storylines for the Super Bowl in Glendale, Arizona, on Feb. 1. But let's talk wagers.






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SkyMall, Purveyor of Garden Yetis, Files for Bankruptcy


The in-flight magazine SkyMall has filed for bankruptcy protection.






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Saudi Prince: Oil Will Never See $100 Again


Former King Abdullah's nephew, Prince Alwaleed Bon Talal, tells CNBC that a "confluence of events" have led to the drop in oil's price.






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Sony: 'Critical' Systems Won't Be Back Until February


Sony still hasn't recovered from the massive cyberattack that leaked massive amounts of internal company information onto the open Internet.






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Toyota's Super Bowl Ad Has Amy Purdy Defying the Odds


It's a stirring clip that has a double-below-the-knee amputee challenging the typical way in which women are used in car ads.






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What Can $100 Buy in Havana?


CNBC's Washington reporter Eamon Javers went to Cuba to find out much rum and cigars $100 will buy.






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At Davos, the Powerful Pay $43 for a Hot Dog


Some items seemed priced just for the billionaires floating around the World Economic Forum. It's a different mood in the nearby shopping promenade.






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First Ebola Vaccines Head to Liberia


The first Ebola vaccines will be shipped to West Africa Friday, loaded aboard a commercial flight from Brussels, Belgium, to Liberia.






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What Saudi Succession Means for Oil Prices


King Abdullah, the Saudi monarch and one of the U.S.'s closest Arab allies, died at the age of 90 after battling pneumonia. NBC's Ayman Mohyeldin reports.






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Intuit Offers Rebate on Downsized TurboTax Deluxe


Company does a mea culpa after angering loyal customers when they removed Schedules C, D, E and F from the software.
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Intuit Offers Rebate on Downsized Turbo Tax Deluxe


Company does a mea culpa after angering loyal customers when they removed Schedules C, D, E and F from the software.
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What Saudi Succession Means for Oil Prices


News that Saudi Arabia's king passed away sent oil prices sharply higher on Friday, but analysts dismissed the move as a knee-jerk reaction.






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Apple's Tim Cook Sees His Total Pay Double in 2014


Cook got a hefty cash bonus that brought his total compensation to $9.2 million last year.






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Baker Faces Complaint for Refusing Anti-Gay Order


Marjorie Silva refused to fill an order for two cakes, in the shape of the Bible, decorated with phrases like "God hates gays."






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Angels Play Football in Victoria's Secret Super Bowl Ad Tease


The ad suggests the eventual big game commercial will focus on helping guys not fumble on V-Day.






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Stocks Soar, Turning Positive for 2015


U.S. stocks extended gains into a fourth session.






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