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No hot sauce for Buffalo Wild Wings stock

Buffalo Wild Wings stock was in mild mode Wednesday after forecasting 2014 earnings growth that didn't live up to the hype.  More

Russia trading back up after 2-hour halt

Trading in Russia's largest stock market was mysteriously halted on Wednesday for nearly two hours.  More

Market shrugs off GDP, waits for Fed

Wall Street cheers a strong report on economic growth and signs of improvement in the job market. But gains are held in check as investors wait for the latest statement from the Federal Reserve.  More

Weddings? Babies? Now college kids are registering for gifts too

Gift registries aren't just for weddings and baby showers. More and more college-bound students are directing family and friends to their online registries.  More

U.S. losing tech talent to Canada

Restrictive immigration policies prevent talented entrepreneurs from launching businesses in the U.S. So, they're moving to Canada.  More

Meat scandal takes a bite out of McDonald's sales in Japan

McDonald's in Japan says profit and sales will fall short of expected targets this year, as fallout widens over a major food safety scandal.  More

Chevy Volt is insurance group's Top Safety Pick

Although it wasn't the safest vehicle in an actual crash, available crash avoidance technology made the Chevy Volt the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's Top Safety Pick.  More

McDonald's may be liable for worker lawsuits

McDonald's may be liable for worker lawsuits, not just franchisees, in a government ruling that could change the fast-food business.  More

Amgen joins job-cut parade

Amgen is the latest to continue corporate America's cost cutting strategy, even as the economy is supposedly on the mend  More

Red Lobster bets on fancier-looking plates to turn things around

But Red Lobster is pulling back from deep discounting and presenting food on the plate in a more vertical fashion, in the manner of upscale restaurants.  More

ESPN suspends Stephen A. Smith after domestic abuse remarks

ESPN on Tuesday announced a one-week suspension for one of its most controversial commentators, Stephen A. Smith, in the wake of his widely-criticized remarks about domestic abuse that referred to possible "provocation" by victims.  More

Employees wrestle with management for control of Market Basket supermarkets

Employees of the New England supermarket chain are demanding the reinstatement of their boss who was recently ousted from the family-owned company after a lengthy struggle for control with his cousin.  More

Sick leave policies pick up steam

San Diego, Calif., and Eugene, Ore., city councils approve measure to require paid sick leave for workers.  More

Europe slaps new sanctions on Russia

European leaders are trying to hit Russia where it hurts by issuing new, tougher sanctions targeting Vladimir Putin's cronies and key Russian industries.  More

Sorry Bill, Herbalife's woes aren't about you

Controversial supplements company Herbalife disappointed investors with weaker-than-expected earnings and cautious guidance. But nobody was talking about short seller Bill Ackman.  More

'The best thing I ever bought for $1'

As dollar stores join forces, we asked readers to share their best-ever buys for a buck.  More

Arby's: More meat is mightier

In push for protein, fast-food chain offers Mega Meat Stacks that are twice as large as regular sandwiches.  More

Have digital subscriptions peaked at the NYT?

The New York Times reported second-quarter results that underwhelmed investors. Digital subscription growth doesn't seem to be fast enough to offset declining ad and circulation revenue.  More

Gadget tests your drink for 'date rape' drugs

Pd.id is a tiny electronic device and mobile app that alerts you when your drink has been drugged.  More

Iron Dome makers got hacked, says cybersecurity firm

Three companies that built Iron Dome, Israel's missile defense system, were hacked in 2012.  More

Home price increases continue at slower pace

Prices are up at 9.3% annual rate in May, according to S&P/Case-Shiller home price index, marking the sixth straight month the rate of increase has slowed.  More

Amazon launches 3-D printing store

Amazon's new 3-D Printed Products store offers shoppers over 200 customizable items like toys, jewelry and home decorations.  More

Stocks get no search love on Google

Americans have dialed back on Google searches for traditional assets like stocks and bonds and are instead looking more for Kickstarter and startups.  More

Apple buffs up radio service with string of acquisitions

Apple bought the Pandora of news radio, Swell, for a reported $30 million.  More

General Mills to demand suppliers cut greenhouse gases

General Mills said as part of effort to fight climate change it will only buy from suppliers who are cutting greenhouse gas emissions and water use.  More

More banks caught up in 'dark pools' probe

UBS is the latest major bank to get sucked into a U.S. probe over 'dark pool' trading venues.  More

1 in 3 U.S. adults have 'debt in collections'

An estimated 77 million adults have become so delinquent on their non-mortgage debts that their accounts have been put in collections. The average amount owed: $5,200.  More

Delta to offer free entertainment on U.S. flights

Airline to provide movies, TV and video games through seatback screens or on mobile devices.  More

Microsoft faces China antitrust probe

Chinese authorities are investigating the company over anti-trust issues.  More

GM's most popular pickup recalled six times this year

The 2014 Chevrolet Silverado and the GMC Sierra have been recalled six times so far in 2014, giving them the dubious honor of being the year's most frequently recalled vehicles.  More

BuzzFeed fires politics editor for plagiarizing

BuzzFeed editor in chief Ben Smith said the site has fired Benny Johnson for 41 instances of plagiarism.  More

Smith & Wesson hit for overseas bribes

The SEC fines the Massachusetts gun maker for bribing officials when trying to secure sales contracts with overseas military and law enforcement agencies.  More

Enter through the 'Poor Door': Income 'segregation' in N.Y.

New York City okayed plans for a luxury condominium with a separate so-called "poor door" for low-income residents.  More

OkCupid set up bad dates in 'an experiment'

Online dating site OkCupid found its users were more likely to have conversations when it told them they were more compatible than in reality.  More

Latest Silicon Valley darling promises a good night's sleep

A new product in development wants to change how we think about sleep, and the company behind it is raising big money.  More

Medicare's outlook improves as health spending slows

New annual report from U.S. government shows the long-term prognosis for Medicare has improved thanks to slower health spending, while the outlook for Social Security remains unchanged.  More

ESPN commentator apologizes for domestic abuse "provocation" remark

ESPN star Stephen A. Smith apologized on Monday for what he called "the most egregious error of my career," a Friday commentary about domestic abuse that referred to possible "provocation" by victims.  More

Zillow buys Trulia for $3.5 billion

The two leading real estate websites combine.  More

Psychics are bullish on stocks

What's in the cards for Wall Street? Three psychics tell CNNMoney that the future is bright for the stock market. In other words, they're as optimistic as the 'experts.'  More

Apple welcomes back top Bitcoin wallet app

Blockchain.info is back on Apple's App Store, once again allowing iOS users easy access to the world's No. 1 wallet for the digital currency.  More

Investors help the rich pay off student loans

Another sign that credit is only available to those who may need it the least? Bond investors can buy pools of loans backed by student debt of graduate students from Harvard.  More

Richard Branson's Virgin America files for IPO

After ending string of operating losses last year, Virgin America says it plans to sell stock.  More

Dollar Tree buying Family Dollar

Investor Carl Icahn is among the winners in the cash and stock deal.  More

China will soon be the world's top business travel market

Business travel spending in China reached $225 billion last year, or 23% of the $1.1 trillion global total.  More
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