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Home Depot: 56 million cards exposed in breach

Home Depot confirmed Thursday that hackers exposed 56 million credit and debit cards during its months-long security breach.

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Scenes from #FloodWallStreet: 'Corporate capitalism =...

Hundreds of protesters marched the financial district in New York Monday to protest the role big business plays in climate change.

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Ferrari recalls 3,000 cars for entrapment danger

Ferrari is recalling 3,082 of its exotic 458 sports cars in the United States because a defect with an interior latch means there's a danger that someone could become trapped in the trunk.

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Consumer Alert: What are parents forgetting about car...

Federal regulators say many parents are forgetting two simple steps that would help to keep their children even safer.

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'Call of Duty' creators: Noriega suit absurd

The creators of the "Call of Duty" video game franchise on Monday filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit by former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega, who says the 2012 video game "Call of Duty: Black Ops II" has damaged his reputation.

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Stephen King's '11/22/63' is coming to Hulu

Hulu just went into business with the King of suspense.

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Climate activists take on Wall Street

Hundreds of environmentalists marched in New York's financial district on Monday to protest the relationship between global warming and Big Business.

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Protect yourself from door-to-door scammers

It's become a disheartening part of life. After a major storm or tornado, you know some people will come around looking to take advantage of storm victims.

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1 in 5 laid-off workers can't find a job

More than 20% of workers laid off in the last five years haven't found new jobs, according to a Rutgers University survey released Monday.

That's about the same proportion of people who said they had been laid off in that time, and it illustrates how…

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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.

How to budget your money

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When trying to figure out how much money you should be putting towards bills, savings and spending each month, one popular method is the 50/20/30 rule.

How your online profile can cost you money, jobs

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Having a bad reputation online can potentially cost individuals jobs and can hurt companies' businesses.

How much do you need to retire?

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For workers both young and old, one pressing question can be: how much money do I need to save for retirement? Get tips here.

Don't get blindsided by sticker shock of college

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When it comes to paying for college education, careful planning and budgeting are musts.

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