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Rebound! Stocks erase much of October losses

What a difference a week makes.

Mere days ago, spooked investors were asking themselves: Is it time to get out of stocks?

A double whammy of worsening European economic woes and the ongoing global crises from Ebola to ISIS had spread fear in the…

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Why Dish subscribers can't see CNN today

CNN and several other Turner-owned cable channels have disappeared from Dish Network homes due to a contractual dispute between the two companies.

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Ruling: Pension talks violated Sunshine Law

An appeals court Tuesday ruled that Jacksonville officials violated the state's Sunshine Law by holding closed-door mediation sessions to negotiate changes in a police and fire pension fund. 

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Colorado wants to ban pot-laced brownies, candy

Colorado health officials want to ban sales of marijuana-infused brownies, cookies and most candies.

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$84 million Microsoft CEO: We pay women equally

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has some really bad timing. The very day that Nadella said women at Microsoft are paid equally for performing the same work as men, the CEO made headlines for his mammoth $84 million pay package.

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Intermodal centers grow Florida trade

Florida is taking steps to handle more of the world's multi-billion dollar trade industry by expanding its intermodal centers, according to the latest Economic Commentary from Florida TaxWatch.

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'Wasabi Ginger:' America's favorite new Lay's chip

America has spoken, and "Wasabi Ginger" has come out on top in this year's Frito-Lay potato chip contest.

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Wealth is outpacing income -- and that's a scary sign

More household wealth in America sounds like good news, but it could also mean economic trouble.

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Higher fees coming for Citibank customers

Watch out Citibank customers: higher fees are on the way.

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Stepped-up effort to replace exploding airbags

Federal safety regulators and Toyota Motor are stepping up efforts to get car owners to bring in cars whose airbags might explode, sending metal fragments into the driver and other passengers.

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Personal Finance

Top jobs for recent graduates

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Take a look at some of the top jobs for recent graduates.

Are workers taking enough time choosing benefits?

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Find out how much time workers typically spend researching their benefit options.

Buying in bulk can save big bucks

From the single shopper to the family of seven, buying certain items bulk can save time and money.

5 ways your job is harmful to your health

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Whatever job you have, it may just be hurting your health. Read on for five ways work can be harmful to your health and how to combat it.

Follow 5 rules to secure financial future

Financial experts say you can follow five simple rules to pay your bills and still be able to save money for a comfortable retirement.

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