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- People often use the Internet to seek out bargains this time of year. But those who use a smartphone or tablet to look for information should be aware there are likely to be people out there looking for YOUR information, too.
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- New cars that can steer and brake themselves may lull drivers into a false sense of security - and even to sleep. One way to keep people alert may be providing distractions that are now illegal.
- Costco officials say testing has pointed toward a vegetable mix from a California food wholesaler as the source of E. coli in the company's chicken salad that has been linked to an outbreak that has sickened 19 people in seven states.
Companies Shy Away From Spending Businesses appear reluctant to step up spending on the basic building blocks of the economy, such as machines, computers and new buildings.
Web Sales Hum, but With Smaller Orders The average amount Americans spent in some key product categories declined on Thanksgiving and Black Friday, as mobile shopping drove smaller orders, and aggressive discounts pushed down prices.
Ethanol Companies Get Boost From U.S. Quotas U.S. regulators cut annual requirements for how much ethanol must be mixed into the nation’s fuel supply. But the reductions were smaller than originally proposed, softening the blow to ethanol companies.
Fed Adopts Dodd-Frank Bailout Limits The Federal Reserve adopted a new rule restricting its ability to lend money to financial institutions in a crisis in an attempt to ease concerns from lawmakers who worry about the central bank’s unchecked power to pump money into the financial system.
Pending Home Sales Rise 0.2% in October An index measuring pending home sales—a gauge of purchases before they become final—rose 0.2% to a seasonally adjusted reading of 107.7 in October, the National Association of Realtors said Monday.
Unusual Allies in Carbon-Tax Debate Oil companies that are seeing more of their energy production coming from natural gas are lining up behind carbon-tax proposals that could accelerate a move away from coal-fired power plants.
CFOs Take Charge After a Deal Is Done As deal making rises, the chief financial officer of the acquiring company most often is in charge of the process of integrating finances, process and people of two separate companies.
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