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The U.S. dollar is on top of the world
The dollar has soared to levels not seen in four years. Here's why it matters.
Iowa couple's 150% tip goes viral
Despite service that 'sucked,' an Iowa couple leaves a $100 tip for the waiter to prove a point about kindness and the life of a waiter in America.
Bill Gross exit could cost Pimco $400 billion
Investors could yank a whopping $400 billion of assets from Pimco following last week's surprise exit of legendary founder Bill Gross.
Hong Kong protests hurt U.S. stocks
The Dow drops 160 points as investors fret about pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong and the overall global economy
27 new billionaires in richest Americans list
Forbes says the richest 400 people in America made $270 billion this year. All told, the group has a staggering $2.29 trillion in combined wealth.
Comcast vows: We'll fix our customer service
Comcast says it is taking steps to improve its famously bad customers service, naming new executive to deal with problems.
Instagram blocked in China as protests sweep Hong Kong
Chinese censors appear to have blocked access to Instagram after images of pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong flooded the social media app.
Why everybody is moving to Texas
The fastest growing cities in the nation are ones with reasonably priced homes.
Police use tear gas as 'Occupy' comes to Hong Kong
Key traffic arteries in Hong Kong remained blocked Monday after a crackdown by police failed to dislodge pro-democracy protesters.
Stocks: 5 things to know before the open
Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.
$4.35 to get your own money - ATM fees surge again
In the past year, fees charged for using an ATM not owned by your bank rose 5%, according to a Bankrate survey.
Monday is National Coffee Day. No kidding.
Of course it's a stunt, a made-up celebration of the juice on which America runs (if you believe one sales pitch).
Harley-Davidson recalls all 2014 Touring motorcycles
Harley-Davidson is recalling about 126,000 motorcycles over a problem with the clutch that could cause crashes, and a smaller number for a possible fuel tank leak.
India's new prime minister to corporate America: Come to India
After sellout New York function, Modi sets to do business and meet with top CEOs, including Google's Eric Schmidt, Citigroup's Michael Corbat and Pepsico's Indra Nooyi.
GM fixing problems with Corvette's 'nanny cam'
The "valet mode" could run afoul of recording consent laws, so GM told owners and dealers to either not use the feature or "obtain consent from the vehicle's occupants."
Elizabeth Warren wants to probe if Fed is too close to big banks
Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants Congress to look into allegations the New York Federal Reserve blocked one of its own from criticizing Goldman Sachs.
How iPhone apps could impact your insurance
The life insurance industry may have a new tool to help determine rates for customers: the iPhone.
3 lessons investors can learn from Derek Jeter
It's not just little leaguers who can learn a thing or two from Derek Jeter.
Don't panic after Bill Gross exit
The bond king has left the building. Should investors hit the exits too?
Porsche to reveal plug-in Cayenne SUV
The German sports car maker boasts that it will soon be the top maker of plug-in hybrid vehicles.
Woman: Disney stole my 'Frozen' life
Woman says hit movie is taken from her autobiography, and wants Disney to stop marketing it.
First GM victims accept Feinberg settlement
Families of girls killed in 2006 crash in Wisconsin are the first to accept deal offered by compensation fund.
Investor wants Marissa Mayer's Yahoo to buy AOL
Activist fund Starboard Value released a letter to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer Friday urging her to consider a strategic deal with AOL. Both stocks rose on the news.
Ford recalls 850,000 cars for air bag flaw
Ford says it is recalling 850,000 cars because short circuit could prevent air bag from deploying in a crash.
Ruble's plunge shows Russia hurting
If you want to see the impact of the Ukraine crisis, look at the free-falling currency.
Bill Gross has a new job
Bond King Bill Gross is headed to Janus Capital Group to run a bond fund. Janus shares skyrocket.
Return of CrackBerry? Not so fast
BlackBerry lost money again and sales plummeted from the same period last year. But smartphone shipments topped forecasts and the company is no longer burning through cash.
Apple fixes software bug in iPhone 6
Apple releases new software, iOS 8.0.2
Nike is killing it. Online sales jump 70%
Nike definitely brought its A game to the the online playing field where its sales are up 70%.
Derek Jeter: Decade of best ads
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter has made more than a quarter billion dollars playing on the field. But he's also made some home run commercials. Here are some of our favorites.
Disney princesses run away with Hasbro
The company behind G.I. Joe muscles into Mattel's territory and takes its key Disney Princess franchise.
Apple: Nine iPhone Six Pluses reported bent
Apple said Thursday that nine iPhone Six Plus buyers have complained about their phones bending since the devices went on sale last week.
U.S. says companies illegally fired transgender workers
Marking the first lawsuits of their kind, a federal agency sues two companies for allegedly discriminating against transgender employees.
BlackBerry Passport: Hip to be square
BlackBerry hopes to woo back former business customers with its new Passport smartphone, which has a square-shaped touchscreen.
One cost of war: U.S. blowing up its own Humvees
The cost of the latest military escalation is still small compared to the Iraq war that began in 2003. But costs are rising.
Chrysler recalling 350,000 cars with ignition problems
Chrysler is recalling cars with an ignition problem similar to the one tied to at least 21 deaths at GM, although Chrysler said its problem didn't cause any injuries or deaths.
Bill Gross leaves Pimco for Janus
The 'Bond King' of Wall Street, Bill Gross, is leaving Pimco, which he built into the world's biggest bond firm.
Under Steve Ballmer, LA Clippers bench the iPads
The NBA team's new owner is perhaps best known for his passion for Microsoft when he was CEO of the company, and he's bringing his product loyalty to the new job.
U.S. Bank refunding $48 million to customers
The CFPB has now ordered banks, credit card companies and lenders to refund a total of $4.6 billion to 15 million customers.
Ebola crisis: World Bank pledges $400M
World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim warns of economic catastrophe if the disease is not placed under control in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
#FreeSimmons: Twitter reacts to Bill Simmons Suspension
Fans of Bill Simmons took to Twitter to support the suspended writer and host.
Tech trouble sparks wave of stock selling
Stock market experiences a sell-off as Apple and other tech stocks take a tumble.
Sex toys auctioned to pay back taxes
A sex shop owner owes thousands in back taxes, and Kansas has hired an auction company to sell off his inventory to get their money back.
6 things to love - and hate - about the iPhone 6
The iPhone 6 is a gorgeous, well-built phone. But you might not love everything that comes inside.
Zero Hedge: Wall Street's daily dose of doom and gloom
The skeptical finance blog holds serious sway on Wall Street and in Washington even though stocks have soared since it was founded.
Charging the iPhone 6 costs just 47 cents a year
It will cost you 72-times more to watch TV each year than it will to power up your iPhone 6.
Oil prices plunging despite ISIS
Unless there is a real oil supply shock in Iraq and Syria, oil prices may continue to fall due to a stronger dollar, fears of weaker demand from Europe and the U.S. shale gas boom.
India's $74 million Mars mission cost less than 'Gravity' movie
India's successful mission to Mars is a triumph of low-cost engineering and government efficiency.
Let your employer get you a cheaper mortgage
Professional services firm KPMG is taking the unusual step of arranging preferential mortgage rates for its 12,000 U.K. employees.
Bay Area restaurant: "Hate us on Yelp"
Botto Bistro's owners solicited bad reviews out of spite
Top GM execs paid $1 million in last year of bailout
The U.S. Treasury let GM and Ally Financial execs get salaries that were too big, while the companies struggled to repay TARP.
ESPN suspends Bill Simmons for three weeks
"Every employee must be accountable to ESPN," the network says, and that's why Bill Simmons is benched.
Apple: iPhone software fix 'in a few days'
Apple withdrew the software update on Wednesday -- shortly after it was released -- following widely-reported issues.
iPhone 6 Plus users complain it bends
Some owners claim Apple's latest product bends in their pockets.
Jersey Shore's Situation indicted for tax fraud
The MTV reality show star allegedly failed to pay taxes on $8.9 million in income from various businesses.
Very few companies offer unlimited vacation days, but these do
Richard Branson announced Wednesday that Virgin Group employees can take as much vacation days as they need. But some companies have been offering this perk for a long time.
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