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Amazon offers employees $5,000 to quit

Amazon CEO Bezos says his $5,000 pay-to-quit program helps to insure that workers at Amazon really want to be there.  More

Google buys drone maker Titan Aerospace

Titan makes high-altitude, solar-powered drones that Google hopes to use to help deliver Internet service.  More

Samsung Galaxy S5: Just a slight upgrade

Samsung's Galaxy S5 smartphone is improved over its predecessor, but only in subtle ways.  More

GM puts 2 engineers on paid leave over ignition recall

General Motors put two engineers on paid leave over faulty ignitions related to 13 fatalities.  More

GM finds new ignition flaw, will replace second part

General Motors has found another flaw in the ignitions of the 2.6 million vehicles it's already recalled, and will replace an additional part to remedy the problem.  More

'Frozen' Elsa dress selling for $1,000 on eBay

The phenomenal success of "Frozen" has created a run on Elsa and Anna dresses and dolls; desperate parents can still grab a few on eBay for a hefty price.  More

Tech stock rout continues in Asia

Asian tech and telecom stocks plunged Friday as investors sold off their holdings, alarmed by yet another slide in U.S. technology stocks yesterday.  More

JPMorgan profits sink, but Dimon confident

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon sounded bullish about the economy. Too bad the bank's earnings tell a different story. The stock sank as results disappointed Wall Street.  More

SAC Capital $1.8 billion penalty approved

Hedge fund operator's settlement of insider trading charges is approved by a federal judge in New York.  More

Judge set to decide SAC Capital's penalty

Federal judge to decide whether to accept a guilty plea from the hedge fund firm formerly known as SAC Capital Advisors, as well as the proposed $1.2 billion in penalties.  More

Change these passwords right now

Worried about the Heartbleed bug? Here are the passwords to change immediately.  More

Comcast grilled in Senate over merger plans

Executives from Comcast and Time Warner Cable appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday to make the case for their merger.  More

'GMA' adds another man: ESPN's Tony Reali

ESPN's Tony Reali is expected to appear on 'GMA' two or three days a week as a part of the show's social media segments.  More

BofA to pay customers $727 million over credit card practices

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has ordered Bank of America to pay out $727 million to customers due to illegal credit card practices.  More

It pays to work at Ferrari

Ferrari employees raked in record bonuses as the luxury automaker renewed its pledge to produce fewer than 7,000 cars per year.  More

Icahn settles with eBay over PayPal

Carl Icahn has dropped a shareholder proposal to split off part of PayPal.  More

Big bank earnings likely in doghouse

Shares of the big banks soared late last year as investors cheered a recovering economy. But the excitement seems to have faded as JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo get set to report earnings.  More

Volkswagen flags fire risk in popular models

Volkswagen has asked dealers to temporarily stop selling several of its popular models because a fire risk.  More

Bentley unveiling plug-in hybrid concept

Bentley will show a concept car at the Beijing Auto Show later this month, but its first plug-in hybrid vehicle for sale will be an SUV to be available in 2017.  More

Assault weapon sales boom cools off

The market for modern sporting rifles returns to Earth, as fears of a gun ban recede.  More

Heartbleed bug: What you need to know

Heartbleed takes advantage of a fatal flaw in a safety feature that is supposed to keep your Web communication private.  More

Warren Buffett endorses Airbnb

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has reached out to Airbnb to give shareholders cheaper lodging alternatives for next month's annual meeting in Omaha.  More

Alaska newspaper sold to online rival

The Anchorage Daily News is being sold to an online media company. Observers said they could think of no other similarly-sized newspaper that had been swallowed up by a web rival.  More

EU takes aim at CEO paychecks

Europe wants to give shareholders the power to limit top executive pay by forcing companies to hold binding votes and to say how it compares with what employees make.  More

Can workers talk about pay?

Under Obama's executive order, employees can talk about salary without fear of retaliation from their bosses.  More

GM to invest in Detroit auto plant

The auto maker says it will invest $384 million to upgrade a plant making Chevrolet Volt.  More

Weather Channel coming back to DirecTV

DirecTV customers will be able to watch The Weather Channel again. The channel is coming back after a contentious dispute led to a blackout that lasted nearly three months.  More

Two GM SUVs top new safety ranking

General Motor's Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain are the only two midsize SUVs to earn a good rating in a test conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.  More

Comcast takes merger case to Washington

Comcast and Time Warner Cable need to convince lawmakers and regulators why a merger of the two is good for consumers. It may not be easy.  More

Ford recalls 435,000 vehicles

About 386,000 older Escapes recalled because of subframe corrosion issue, and 49,000 other vehicles recalled for back seat problem.  More

Charge your cell phone in 30 seconds

Cell phone batteries take an hour to charge. StoreDot might have a solution.  More

GM's tough call: How to pay recall victims

GM is looking into whether, and what, to pay victims of the faulty ignition switch, even though 2009 bankruptcy gave it a shield from lawsuits.  More

Beware Flight 370 scams

Hackers are using the missing jet to bait victims and get access to information.  More

Your new heat source: data centers

Researchers are turning the data centers that power big tech companies into sources for reused energy.  More
Opinion
Apple is not overvalued ... yet

Apple is still reasonably priced, but it's no longer dirt cheap.

Opinion: Apple and Cisco are better than bonds

Who needs to own a boring U.S. Treasury bond when you can buy an exciting tech stock and get a similar -- or in many cases, higher -- yield in the process?

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