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Still awash with cash, world economies take turn for the worse -
Why now's the time to buy iron ore -
These are the most and least honest cities in the U.S.:
A mob boss just called a stock bubble:
This is why Apple's iPhone 6 is majorly stressing developers out:
This company will dominate in the 'smart home' (hint: it's not Apple or Google) •
These are eight of America's most "unusual" restaurants, to put it mildly:
More billionaires have been born in this city than any other in the world:
McDonald's getting into the business of ... music?!
It's a sad day for Twinkie lovers everywhere:
Your $100 is actually worth even more than $100 in this state:
Before you throw back that next cold one, there's a beer recall you need to know about •
Amazon is making it very difficult to buy Paul Ryan's new book:
Believe it or not, these 316 stocks are expected to beat Apple. Yes, Apple:
Space travel in 2039 might look something like this:
Bank of America will pay a record amount of money to settle mortgage issues with U.S. Dept. of Justice.…
Inside the shortage of truck drivers in the U.S. and what it means for the future:
Bank of America will pay a record amount of money to settle with the the U.S. Department of Justice. More on that, plus details on the day’s other top news in tonight’s #RapidRecap.
The largest supermarket chain in the U.S. is now in the middle of the gun rights battle:
JUST IN: U.S. recently attempted rescue operation to free American hostages held by ISIS in Syria but hostages were not at location
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More iPhone 6 images were leaked today:
The world's most expensive apartment covers 3,300 square meters and costs $400,000,000. See:
PIMCO's New York City office is tackling an 'isolated' bedbug issue:
ALERT: UPS Store discloses data compromise due to malware, says customers using credit/debit cards between Jan. 20 & Aug. 11 may be affected
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EARNINGS ALERT: Hewlett-Packard EPS $0.89 ex-items vs. $0.89 est.; revs. $27.59B vs. $27.01B est. •