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Silicon Valley firms accused of hiring conspiracy
Google, Apple and other big tech companies face a class-action suit accusing them of colluding to suppress wages by agreeing to not hire each other's employees.
Thomas Piketty on his book 'Capital'
Economist Thomas Piketty talks rising income inequality, extreme executive pay, and the future of unions while discussing his bestseller 'Capital in the Twenty-First Century.'
Stocks: Pharma, earnings in the spotlight
Investors are focusing on M&A activity in the pharmaceutical sector and another round of big quarterly earnings.
Move over Facebook, Alibaba's mega IPO is coming
Chinese tech company Alibaba is readying for an IPO that could be the biggest ever for a tech firm, trouncing even Facebook.
Cool cars from the Beijing Auto Show
Here are some of the cars the world's automakers have unveiled this week for Chinese buyers.
What the heck is Aereo, anyway?
Aereo is an innovative way to watch and record shows on local television stations. But is it legal?
Reports: Ford decides CEO succession
Ford Motor will formally tap Mark Fields as its next CEO and reveal a formal retirement date for CEO Alan Mulally.
Netflix to increase subscription prices
The streaming video company said Monday that it planned to increase subscription prices for new customers by one or two dollars a month within the next few months.
Regulator reverses approval of powdered alcohol
A federal agency that had originally approved a new powdered alcohol product reversed its position Monday.
700-page book by French economist is Amazon's top seller
Piketty's 700-page economics book "Capital in the Twenty-First Century" tops Amazon's list of best selling books, and is sold out.
Supreme Court case could change how you watch TV
Upstart Aereo says it has found a way to give consumers easier access to local broadcast TV for $8 a month. Broadcasters say Aereo is stealing copyrighted programs.
Millions slip into Obamacare 'coverage gap'
The human toll of the 'coverage gap' can be found all too easily in Hidalgo County in Texas, one of 24 states that opted out of expanded Medicaid under Obamacare.
Second General Motors recall delayed by years
The automaker has been criticized for a decade-long delay in its ignition switch recall, and newly-released documents show it was aware of power steering issues years before it announced a recall last month.
Extreme password protection...how hackers keep themselves safe
Security experts weigh in on the software bug that impacted a majority of web users.
UAW drops NLRB case to organize Volkswagen
On eve of hearing UAW says it will no longer challenge loss in organizing election at Volkswagen's only U.S. plant.
$100,000 income: Three very different tax bills
Location doesn't only drive home values. It affects the size of your tax bill, too. Where you live plays a big role in your total income tax bite.
Medicare vs. private insurance: Which costs less
Private insurers allow doctors to charge more than Medicare does.
Many recalled GM cars won't be repaired
It's unlikely that General Motors will be able to repair all the problem ignition switches, leaving hundreds of thousands on the road.
Nonprofits that pay top fundraisers $1 million (or more) a year
Getting people to donate money is a big business, and some universities, hospitals and other nonprofits are rewarding their top fundraisers with big bucks.
General Mills reverses course on right to sue after backlash
General Mills has scrapped a controversial change to its fine print that some read as eliminating customers' right to sue the company.
U.S. stocks: Chipper after the long weekend
Investors and traders seem to be in a good mood after the long weekend, with stock futures slightly higher ahead of another round of quarterly earnings.
Your Internet security relies on a few volunteers
The Heartbleed bug shows how the Internet's infrastructure remains underfunded by the corporations and governments that rely on free, open-source software.
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