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What's Old is New: BlackBerry Reboots 'Classic' Smartphone


BlackBerry' hopes the Classic will help it win back market share and woo those still using older versions of its physical keyboard devices.






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Amid Scrutiny, Uber Says It Will Focus More on Safety


Taxi alternative Uber is responding to public concerns that its drivers are not adequately screened for past criminal convictions.






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Say Happy 100th Birthday to the Dollar Bill


The official currency of the United States, the Federal Reserve Note, marks 100 years since it was first printed. Matt Rivera tracks the rise of the world's reserve currency.






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Dow Surges Nearly 300 After Fed Vows to be 'Patient'


The benchmark index scores its best session so far this year.






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New York State Moves to Ban Fracking


New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration cites unresolved health issues and dubious economic benefits.






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Why Grand Theft Auto Is on the Decline


'If you own a vehicle, your chances of having it stolen today are statistically and significantly less than at any other time since 1960.'






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Viva Cigars! Easing of Cuba Trade Would Be 'Huge'


Word that the U.S. and Cuba will be easing a trade embargo lit up interest in one industry perhaps more than any other: premium cigars.






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Viva Cigars! Easing of Cuba Trade Would Be 'Huge'


Word that the U.S. and Cuba will be easing a trade embargo lit up interest in one industry perhaps more than any other: premium cigars.






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Is America Becoming a Nation of Scrooges?


For many Americans, the holidays are that in name only.






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The Billionaires Who Made (and Lost) Most in 2014


It was a volatile year for the world's rich (and for the rest of us).
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The Billionaires Who Made (and Lost) Most in 2014


It was a volatile year for the world's rich (and for the rest of us).






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Fed Says It Will Be 'Patient' on Raising Rates


Fed looks beyond economic problems in Japan and Russia and offers upbeat assessment of U.S. economy.
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Fed Likely to Signal Rate Hike Is Coming


There may be global economic turmoil, but the U.S. economy is chugging along.






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2024 Chase: Why Cities Pay for Olympic Bids


Four U.S. cities are politicking and paying to become host candidates for the 2024 Olympics despite the small financial punch the Games often provide.
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Ex-Sony Employees Sue in Hacking Aftermath


Sony Pictures Entertainment now faces two lawsuits from four former employees who claim the company did not do enough to stop hackers.






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Richard Branson, Amory Lovins Join Forces in Climate Fight


First up for the alliance of Sir Richard Branson's climate foundation and the Rocky Mountain Institute: Help Caribbean nations wean off diesel fuel.






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Apple Halts Online Sales in Russia Due to Ruble


Currency volatility makes it harder for producers to set prices and assess conversion rates.






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Apple Found Not Guilty of Antitrust in iPod Suit


Caps a decade-long case and a week-long trial that had no shortage of drama and confusion.






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Amazon Warehouse Workers in Germany on Strike


Labor union Verdi says workers are on strike at five of Amazon's nine distribution centers in Germany. The workers want better pay and working conditions, Amazon says they have above-average pay for the industry.






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Cheaper Gas May Save You How Much Next Year?


Federal experts pinpointed Tuesday just how much falling fuel prices will save the average American family in 2015: $550.






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