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The studio behind the satirical Saudi cartoon millions are watching
Your Money, Your America
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Disney is buying most of 21st Century Fox
Before the Bell
Fear & Greed
Quest Means Business
Farmers spot diseased crops faster with artificial intelligence
Powering Your World
Credit card debt is costing you nearly $1,000 per year
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Jessica Alba wants more women leaders at The Honest Company
Start Small, Think Big
Burberry shares plummet as overhaul plans fall flat
A Gentleman's Guide
Kokomo Indiana: A town on the brink
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Jobs: Few and far between
'I've seen my friends lose their homes, lose their cars," said Troy Black, a lifelong resident and owner of Kokomo Paint and Body. "We need someone to bring more work to Kokomo."
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Last updated April 22 2009: 5:45 AM ET
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Tales from the recession
To buy or not to buy
From a 1997 Mercury Cougar to a 2009 Honda Pilot, 8 readers tell us why they decided to buy a new car or keep their old wheels.
An oil town up close
As the price of oil falls, small town producers have been forced to cut back their operations. The effects go far beyond the well head.
As many big companies are announcing mass layoffs, these Fortune 100 employers have at least 150 openings as of mid-April.