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$57.6 million for Countrywide whistleblower

It pays to be a whistleblower in the biggest financial settlement in history.

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Amazon unveils one-hour delivery in New York

Amazon now has a solution for some of its customers who can't wait a few hours for delivery.

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Stocks jump on good news from Fed

The Federal Reserve is going to take its sweet time raising interest rates. And the market couldn't be happier.

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10 things you need to know about Russia

President Vladimir Putin has used his end of year news conference to blame the oil price collapse and Western sanctions for Russia's financial crisis.

Here are 10 things you need to know about the Russian economy:

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The Russian ruble has lost…

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Cuba poised to join the Internet age

Millions of Cubans could soon be able to get online.

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New York Times closes out rough 2014

When the New York Times turns the page on 2014, it will leave behind a bumpy year that included a high-profile firing, setbacks with digital innovation and, most recently, the elimination of 100 newsroom positions.

Ugly firing of Jill Abramsom

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Yellen: Cheap oil is good for America

The dramatic plunge in oil prices might be spooking some investors, but Janet Yellen isn't worried at all.

The Federal Reserve chief believes oil tumbling below $55 a barrel is like a tax cut for American consumers.

"From the standpoint of the U.S.…

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Americans send $2 billion a year to Cuba

Trade with Cuba has been blocked for decades, but nearly $2 billion was sent to Cubans last year from within the United States.

Most of it came from Cuban-Americans sending money home to their families. But now, anyone in the U.S. can send up to…

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U.S. set to blame North Korea for Sony hack

The U.S. is ready to blame North Korea for the crippling hack attack at Sony Pictures, as the studio said Wednesday it would cancel next week's planned release of its controversial comedy "The Interview."

U.S. investigators say an announcement…

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9 questions: Get up to speed on Cuban embargo

President Barack Obama will ease sanctions imposed against Cuba under the U.S. embargo after Cuba agreed to release American aid worker Alan Gross.

The agreement will deliver the most sweeping changes in the U.S. policy toward the nation that lies…

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Personal Finance

How will ACA impact taxes?

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Accountants recommend people start reviewing their tax information early to figure out how the Affordable Care Act might impact their taxes this year.

Save money with these subs for expensive ingredients

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Reduce your weekly grocery bill by buying these less expensive ingredients.

Tax-saving tips from experts

Get tips from licensed experts on how to save on your taxes this year.

Mortgage insurance: Your questions answered

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Find out who needs to purchase mortgage insurance and what you need to know about it.

Put your vacation home to work for you

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Add to your income by renting out your vacation home.

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