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  • The One-Year Shopping Ban: How This Woman Lived On Just 51% Of Her Income
  • Six Big Risks For The Stock Market
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  • 10 Ways To Prevent Money From Ruining Your Marriage
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  • Univision Planning Possible $1 Billion IPO
  • Centene Goes West With $6B Health Net Deal
  • BusinessWeek.com -- Top News
  • Can the Angry Birds Keep Flying?
  • Supreme Court Strikes Down Violent Games Ban
  • FarmVille Meets the Hollywood Tie-In
  • JPMorgan's Contrarian Bet on Bank Branches
  • Vietnam's Labor Unrest
  • U.S. Money Funds at Risk in Europe Crisis
  • Miller Dumps Kodak After a Decade of Decline
  • Hedge Funds Eye $740 Billion Japan Pensions Pool Post-Quake
  • Carrefour Studies Asset Merger in Brazil With Pao De Acucar
  • Asia Stocks Advance as Won Strengthens; Crude Oil Erases Gain
  • BusinessWeek.com -- Magazine
  • The Rise and Inglorious Fall of Myspace
  • Market America's American Dream Machine
  • How to Save Greece
  • Bloomberg View
  • What Now, Chairman Bernanke?
  • A Slow Recovery Helps Fast Food (.pdf)
  • Vietnam's Labor Unrest
  • In Caracas, Armored Cars Are All the Rage
  • Softbank's CEO Wants a Solar-Powered Japan
  • In Eastern Europe, Cold Feet About Joining the Euro
  • BusinessWeek.com -- Management
  • How to Manage Gen U: Generation Unretired
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  • Proxy Contests and Shareholder Slates
  • Essential No. 3: Marquee Customers
  • Essential No. 2: Market Segments
  • Essential No. 1: Creating Value
  • Redefining Growth: Why Revenue Rules
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  • How Companies Manage the Unretired
  • Job-Hunting Advice: Soul Searching
  • Latest financial news - CNNMoney.com
  • Sheryl Sandberg joins board of late husband's company
  • Foreign investors can't ignore China's crazy stock market
  • Starbucks is hiking prices, again
  • Greeks explain their referendum votes
  • ESPN moves golf tournament from Trump course
  • Now it's Europe's time to decide: Save Greece or not?
  • This company sells spy tools to evil governments
  • 'Tetris' game founder lays building blocks for new project
  • Warren Buffett gives away another $2.8 billion
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  • Technology news - CNNMoney.com
  • Apple sued because iPhone isn't 16 GB
  • The CNNMoney Tech Gift Guide
  • Comcast & TWC hike modem fees 33%
  • Uber prices surge on New Year's Eve
  • 17 gadget hits & flops from CES
  • Lizard Squad attacks Brian Krebs
  • Are zombie Palm phones coming back to life?
  • 22-year old raises $33,000 in fight with United Airlines
  • 95-year-old billionaire and 39-year-old Go Pro founder among top givers of 2014
  • Take down any website for $3
  • Company news - CNNMoney.com
  • Starbucks is hiking prices, again
  • Warren Buffett gives away another $2.8 billion
  • More cheese and ketchup! Buffett's Kraft Heinz stake worth $24B
  • Greek crisis is nothing compared to China
  • Women's World Cup victory nabs record ratings
  • Aetna to buy rival health insurer Humana for $37 billion
  • Toyota executive Julie Hamp resigns after narcotics arrest
  • Burt of Burt's Bees dies at 80
  • Xiaomi's next target for domination: Brazil
  • Donna Karan leaves her namesake brand
  • World business news - CNNMoney.com
  • Foreigners can't ignore China's crazy market
  • Europe's time to decide: Save Greece or not?
  • Greeks explain their referendum votes
  • Starbucks is hiking prices, again
  • Greece banks closed as Europe tightens strings
  • ESPN moves golf tournament from Trump course
  • Greek crisis is nothing compared to China
  • Greece swaps finance minister to help bailout talks
  • This company sells spy tools to evil governments
  • Graffiti about Greek crisis fills Athens' streets
  • Economic news - CNNMoney.com
  • Greeks explain their referendum votes
  • Now it's Europe's time to decide: Save Greece or not?
  • Greece keeps banks shut as Europe tightens the strings
  • Big question: Will the Greek crisis delay a Fed rate hike?
  • Greek economy as bad as a war-torn country's
  • Greece swaps finance minister to help bailout talks
  • What 'No' vote means for Greece and Europe
  • No! Greek vote shocks Europe
  • Graffiti about Greek crisis fills Athens' streets
  • Unpaid interns fight for a paycheck
  • Latest stock market news from Wall Street - CNNMoney.com
  • Oil prices dive below $53 as Iran deal looms
  • World's best stock markets in 2015
  • Foreign investors can't ignore China's crazy stock market
  • Big question: Will the Greek crisis delay a Fed rate hike?
  • Forget Greece. China is the real problem
  • More cheese and ketchup! Buffett's Kraft Heinz stake worth $24B
  • Greek economy as bad as a war-torn country's
  • Warren Buffett gives away another $2.8 billion
  • Your 401(k) may nosedive after Greece's 'No' vote - but don't panic
  • Markets fall as Greece risks euro exit with 'no' vote
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  • Apple sued because iPhone isn't 16 GB
  • The CNNMoney Tech Gift Guide
  • Comcast & TWC hike modem fees 33%
  • Uber prices surge on New Year's Eve
  • 17 gadget hits & flops from CES
  • Lizard Squad attacks Brian Krebs
  • Are zombie Palm phones coming back to life?
  • 22-year old raises $33,000 in fight with United Airlines
  • 95-year-old billionaire and 39-year-old Go Pro founder among top givers of 2014
  • Take down any website for $3
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  • 6 steps to a better credit score
  • 10 most expensive colleges
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  • Retirement advice from a Boomer to a Millennial
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  • Role Reversal: India's Tech Titans Grab Talent From Silicon Valley
  • Whether and How to Adjust Income Trends For Declining Household Size
  • Japan, Korea Breakthrough: Japanese Repenting 'Forced' Korean Labor On UNESCO Heritage Sites
  • World's Biggest Oil Companies - 2015
  • Imminent, Dreadful Iran Nuclear Deal Must Be Stopped
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  • Should You Be Concerned About The 'Weekend Effect'?
  • The Secret Quotas in College Admissions
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  • Forbes - Markets
  • The New Money Master Portfolio: 12 Best Bets From Investing's Sharpest Minds
  • Meet The New Money Masters
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  • Notable Monday Option Activity: AAPL, CAT, GS
  • Monday Sector Laggards: Energy, Technology & Communications
  • Monday Sector Leaders: Utilities, Healthcare
  • Forbes - Business
  • Role Reversal: India's Tech Titans Grab Talent From Silicon Valley
  • Japan, Korea Breakthrough: Japanese Repenting 'Forced' Korean Labor On UNESCO Heritage Sites
  • How The FCC Saved Me $1800
  • Should You Be Concerned About The 'Weekend Effect'?
  • Six Big Risks For The Stock Market
  • Creating Extreme Value: Good Trumps Great
  • [VIDEO] What CMOs Were Talking About At Cannes Lions Ad Fest This Year
  • How to Use a Menu Stairway Approach to Pricing
  • Whole Foods Investigated For Overcharging, Again
  • Insights For Senior Care Operators Expanding In China
  • Forbes - Entrepreneurs
  • Japan, Korea Breakthrough: Japanese Repenting 'Forced' Korean Labor On UNESCO Heritage Sites
  • How The FCC Saved Me $1800
  • Simon Sinek Says "Start With Why" But Sales Experts Disagree
  • Creating Extreme Value: Good Trumps Great
  • [VIDEO] What CMOs Were Talking About At Cannes Lions Ad Fest This Year
  • How to Use a Menu Stairway Approach to Pricing
  • Simon Sinek Says "Start With Why" But Sales Experts Disagree
  • Whole Foods Investigated For Overcharging, Again
  • The Latest Revolution in Paris: Tourism Goes Hi-Tech
  • It's Time To Dispel The Myth That Founders Can't Scale
  • Forbes - Tech
  • Role Reversal: India's Tech Titans Grab Talent From Silicon Valley
  • How The FCC Saved Me $1800
  • Simon Sinek Says "Start With Why" But Sales Experts Disagree
  • Simon Sinek Says "Start With Why" But Sales Experts Disagree
  • Don't Miss Out On 'Skylanders Superchargers' Dark Edition
  • The Latest Revolution in Paris: Tourism Goes Hi-Tech
  • Is There Life On Comet 67P?
  • Healthcare Moves To The Cloud But Is The Cloud Ready For Healthcare?
  • Horace Dediu On When The iPhone Will Be Disrupted
  • 'Burnout Paradise' Barrels Toward Xbox One Backward Compatibility
  • Forbes.com: Opinions
  • Three Tips for Leaders Under 30
  • Petraeus: What Does His Future Hold?
  • Hillary 2016?
  • Five Pivotal Social Media Election Moments
  • Best And Worst Places For Election Coverage
  • Jesse Ventura For President In 2016?
  • Beijing To Bernanke: Bring On QE3, Fast
  • Book Review: Freedom Manifesto by Steve Forbes and Elizabeth Ames
  • ZOGBY: The Values Divide, 2012
  • Obama Gave a Great Speech Pregnant With Some Really Bad Ideas
  • Start-up
  • 5 Signs You're Ready to Start a Company
  • Lesson From Zynga: Not All Founders Make Good CEOs
  • Inside Story: Inc.'s 'How I Did It'
  • Good News: Your Budget Is Probably Too Pessimistic
  • How to Tell If Your Employees Are Bored
  • Fail on Your Own Terms
  • 5 Ways to Vet an Incubator
  • Best Advice I Ever Got: Yosef Martin
  • Why Culture Matters So Much for Start-Ups
  • Blast From the Dot-Bomb Past
  • Inc.com
  • How an 8th Grade Dropout Founded a $5 Billion Company
  • Burt’s Bees Personifies The Awkward Marriage Between Hippiedom and Business
  • Why You Should Avoid a Secondary Share Sale
  • 6 Steps To Develop Sales Opportunities
  • 7 Weird Tech Terms That Could Only Have Come From Silicon Valley
  • 10 Superfoods That Increase Productivity
  • 4 Leadership Lessons from the U.S. Women's Soccer Team
  • 5 SEO Mainstays That Will Never Change
  • The Do's and Don'ts of Your First Website Redesign
  • When Monitoring Your Employees Goes Horribly Wrong
  • Entrepreneur
  • 5 Affordable Benefits Employees Appreciate But Few Companies Offer
  • Small Businesses and Startups Have More in Common Than You Think
  • 3 Reasons You Should Sell Your Business
  • Reddit CEO Ellen Pao Issues an Apology for the Direction of the Site
  • 5 Key Outlets for Building a Strong Personal Brand
  • Amazon Must Face Trademark Lawsuit Over Search Results
  • What I Wish All My Employees Knew About Twitter
  • 5 Ways to Deal With 'Entrepreneur Anxiety'
  • A Starbucks Price Hike Means Your Coffee Order Just Got More Expensive
  • Become a Networking Beast by Following This 5-Step Plan
  • Entrepreneur: Startup
  • How to Set Prices for Your Child-Care Service
  • 5 Preventable Disasters That Have Ruined Countless Startups
  • How Strong Company Values Build the Team Fledgling Startups Need
  • Want to Make Money With Online Ads Like Facebook? Learn These 5 Terms First.
  • Men's Jeans That Fit the Woman and the Times
  • 5 Tips to Help You Overcome Startup Struggles
  • Full Speed Ahead? The 7 'Icebergs' That Sink Most Startups.
  • 3 Considerations in Deciding How Much to Pay Yourself
  • How I Met 75 Investors and Raised $650,000
  • The Legal Lowdown on Starting a Brewery or Distillery
  • Entrepreneur: Grow Your Business
  • 5 Affordable Benefits Employees Appreciate But Few Companies Offer
  • 3 Reasons You Should Sell Your Business
  • What Star Jones Is Doing to Push Diversity in the Workplace
  • The Fresh Approach of Google's Star Recruiter
  • How to Separate Yourself From the Competition
  • 11 Signs Someone Is Lying to You
  • Should You License Your Product?
  • 6 Barriers to Referral Success
  • 6 Steps to 'Dancing' Through Conversations With Your Business Partners
  • 6 Tips on Getting Customer Feedback and Making It Actionable
  • Entrepreneur: Sales and Marketing
  • 5 Key Outlets for Building a Strong Personal Brand
  • 6 Resources Content Strategists Could Use to Find New Ideas
  • Lessons From 4 Unique Female Celebrities to Make Your Brand Stand Out
  • Use These 8 Lesser-Known Marketing Tools to Help Spread the Word
  • Amazon's New Prime Day Will Be a Massive 'Global Shopping Event'
  • Recruiting Employees -- and Their Friends -- to Market Your Brand
  • 6 Ways a Sub-Optimized B2B Brand Costs You Money
  • 33 Tips to Help You Ace a Media Interview (Infographic)
  • How Growing Up With the Internet Made Millennials Different
  • What the Color of Your Logo Says About Your Company (Infographic)
  • Entrepreneur: Online Business
  • 6 Fundamentals for Succeeding at Online Marketing
  • What You Need to Know About Those New Blue Price Tags on Pinterest
  • Paging Cindy, If She Exists. (And Why It's Important If She Doesn't.)
  • How a Real Estate Investor Built a Thriving Social Network of 250K Users
  • 5 Software Platforms That Host Online Communities
  • 3 Likely Reasons Why Your Online Business Is Not Getting Traction
  • The 5 Basics for Building an Online Business That Actually Makes Money
  • 3 Measures of Online Business That Aren't as Important as Entrepreneurs Think
  • 10 Hacks to Help Your Website Generate More Leads, Sales and Revenue
  • 7 Top Advisors for Entrepreneurs Eager to Build Their Business
  • Entrepreneur: Latest Franchise Articles
  • 10 Questions to Ask When Franchising Your Business
  • Why Multi-Unit Franchise Ownership Is Now the Norm
  • Meet the Man Who Started the First-Ever Property Management Franchise
  • From Food Truck to Franchise: How These Cousins Turned Their Love of Lobster Into a Business
  • The Hottest Franchise Categories of the Year
  • Can Fast Food Be Healthy? One Franchise Is Proving the Point and Profiting.
  • An Artful Expansion: How Lisa Riley Found Success as a Pinot's PaletteFranchisee
  • How a Franchisee Super-Group Is Changing the Franchising Landscape
  • Why This Hotel Chain Is No. 1 on Entrepreneur's Franchise 500 List
  • 3 Women to Watch in the Franchising Sector
  • Management
  • How rumour and gossip oil office life
  • Final frontier for urge to laud failure
  • Obama’s mastery of rhetorical tools
  • Zum Arabischen Coffe Baum, Leipzig
  • Dan Schulman, PayPal: flip-flops or suit
  • Microsoft mission statement’s empty words
  • Shun the corporate grind: be a consultant
  • Feedback: Lucy Kellaway on step-counters
  • The reverend on a showbiz mission
  • Apple Music: the spirit of the iPod
  • Financial Times - Entrepreneurship
  • Final frontier for urge to laud failure
  • The riff: When two becomes too many
  • LatAm Autos: revved up for online car ads
  • Karmagenes: gene test for ‘personality’
  • Foreign groups battle for India ecommerce
  • Cork: role in Ireland’s tech aspirations
  • To defy start-up odds, pitch like a poet
  • Bitcoin’s blockchain catches Wall St’s eye
  • MBA by numbers: Top for entrepreneurship
  • Wu Hai, founder, Crystal Orange hotel group
  • NYT > Business Day
  • Samsung Shows Another Drop in Profit in Preview of Earnings
  • Bits Blog: Sheryl Sandberg Joins SurveyMonkey’s Board
  • Rift Emerges as Europe Gears Up for New Talks on Greece Bailout
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  • Business Briefing: New ‘Sophisticated’ Oreos Get Permanent Spot in Stores
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  • Burt Shavitz, Scruffy Face of Burt’s Bees, Dies at 80
  • Music Publishing Deal Driven by Shift From Sales to Streaming
  • NYT > Technology
  • Bits Blog: Sheryl Sandberg Joins SurveyMonkey’s Board
  • For Start-Ups, How Many Angels Is Too Many?
  • Conviction of Former Goldman Sachs Programmer Is Overturned
  • Bits Blog: Google to Test Carpooling Service in Israel
  • Reddit’s Chief Apologizes After Employee’s Dismissal
  • Itineraries: Free Hotel Wi-Fi Is Increasingly on Travelers’ Must-Have List
  • App Smart: One Last Ingredient for a Well-Stocked Bar
  • Sean Baker Talks ‘Tangerine,’ and Making a Movie With an iPhone
  • Bits Blog: Unicorn: A Fitting Label for Its Time and Place
  • Bits Blog: Getting to ‘Buy,’ With a Button on Mobile
  • WSJ.com Video - Business
  • End of Era: Trading Pits Close
  • Harley, Netflix, Facebook Higher; Microsoft Down
  • After Massive Market Losses, Beijing Tries More Tricks
  • Greeks Await Uncertain Future After Referendum
  • Greece Crisis: The Rocky Road to Referendum
  • Mario Gabelli: 4 New Stock Picks
  • Analyst: Weak Wage Growth Is Market-Friendly
  • June Jobs Report: Inside the Numbers
  • Greece Votes: What Happens If It Leaves Eurozone?
  • Greek Bailout: No Deal Before Sunday’s Referendum
  • WSJ.com Video - Economy
  • Greece Crisis: The Rocky Road to Referendum
  • Mario Gabelli: 4 New Stock Picks
  • Analyst: Weak Wage Growth Is Market-Friendly
  • June Jobs Report: Inside the Numbers
  • Greece Votes: What Happens If It Leaves Eurozone?
  • Greek Bailout: No Deal Before Sunday’s Referendum
  • Greek Bailout: Can a Deal Still Be Struck?
  • Greek Bailout Talks Pushed to Weekend
  • Greek Bailout Talks Stumble as Deadline Looms
  • How Are Americans Spending Their Day?
  • WSJ.com Video - Management
  • Government Investment in the Electric Car
  • The Impact of a Strong Yen
  • Cross-Cultural Management Strategy
  • The Future of the Eurozone
  • What's Going on at Goldman Sachs in Asia?
  • Will 'Diet Goggles' Help You Eat Less?
  • Forget B-School: D-School Is Hot
  • How to Navigate a Business Trip
  • A Boot Camp for Bankers
  • How to Survive the Company Picnic
  • WSJ.com Video - Business Insight
  • The Man Behind GoGoVan: Why Startups Need Mentors
  • Five Things to Know About New-Age Billionaires
  • What Makes Entrepreneurs Happy?
  • How to Work With the Office Perfectionist
  • Would Entering TV and Car Markets Spread Apple Too Thin?
  • At Target, It's Campbell Soup vs. Millennials. Who Wins?
  • What Do Millennials Want From Work?
  • E. Coli Spawning Lucrative Startup Business
  • Crowdsourcing App Can Help Police Catch Criminals
  • Verizon's AOL Deal Banks on Future of Mobile Video
  • Reuters: Business News
  • China stocks tumble again despite support measures
  • Oil prices stabilize after massive selloff
  • Samsung Electronics profit guidance suggests costly S6 miss
  • Asia shares win reprieve but Greece, China concerns limit gains
  • Germany, France press Greece to make fast, credible proposals
  • China economic uncertainty a potential risk for U.S. chipmakers
  • Boeing says loss of Ex-Im Bank would be competitive disadvantage
  • Reddit CEO apologizes after outrage over employee dismissal
  • Germany, France press Greece to make fast, credible proposals
  • Samsung Elec says second quarter operating profit likely down 4 percent year on year
  • Reuters: Technology News
  • Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg joins board of SurveyMonkey
  • Samsung Electronics profit guidance suggests costly S6 miss
  • China economic uncertainty a potential risk for U.S. chipmakers
  • Reddit CEO apologizes after outrage over employee dismissal
  • Samsung Elec says second quarter operating profit likely down 4 percent year on year
  • FGM app launches in Britain as school holiday danger zone nears
  • Brazil's Rousseff tops off U.S. tour with Silicon Valley visit
  • Chipmaker AMD cuts revenue estimate, citing weak PC sales
  • Surveillance software maker Hacking Team gets taste of its own medicine
  • Amazon must face trademark lawsuit over search results
  • Reuters Video: Business
  • Wall St. lower in volatile session
  • All quiet on the CME
  • Resolving debt crisis should keep Greece in Eurozone: White House
  • Greece a flashpoint for Europe?
  • Euro zone scrambles to keep Greece in
  • French DM: No message to NATO from Greece vote
  • Breakingviews: Healthcare M&A diagnosis
  • Regulators could review Aetna deal
  • Political expert warns Greek patience with closed banks is limited
  • Rolls-Royce nosedives on profit warning
  • Reuters Video: Technology
  • Teaching old dogs new tricks with 'smart harness'
  • Mood-changing wearable tech sets pulses racing
  • Vertical city in the Sahara planned
  • Stick-on smart sensor offers hassle-free car hire
  • NASA: Black holes make perfect lab for dark matter
  • Male spider seen up close and personal
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  • Study discovers sharks with positive buoyancy
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