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Louis Mushro has been selling locks of hair from the likes of Abraham Lincoln, Michael Jackson and Mother Teresa online for 20 years.
The 18 largest banks are learning how they'd perform if rates keep rising.
Cyber-security experts have found alarming vulnerabilities among pacemakers, insulin pumps, and other medical devices, making them susceptible to interference from hackers.
The U.S. and Europe fired the starting gun Monday on negotiations on a transatlantic trade pact, hailing what could be the biggest deal of its kind in history with the potential to add about $420 billion a year to the world economy.
Companies are plucking ideas straight from shows like The Apprentice and Shark Tank to pick the best job candidates, train workers, and build camaraderie.
The search giants collaborated with the feds after 9/11 on an electronic intelligence program.
Shrek is coming to the small screen, as part of a deal Netflix struck to air original DreamWorks content.
Its latest deal means that Netflix now has the two biggest animation studios on board, strengthening its position in kids' programming.
Apparel company Under Armour pulls a range of star athletes into its orbit.
Ahead of the G8 summit, German Chancellor Angela Merkel says Europe has lost competitiveness and needs to focus on jobs for young people.
Companies like Moe's Southwest Grill are increasingly looking to operators with experience franchising and a desire to run multiple restaurants.
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