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U.S. loses tussle over China-led development bank

Just a few months ago, Beijing's plan to build a rival to the World Bank looked like something of a quixotic mission.

With the initial deadline to join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) fast approaching, only a few countries had…

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Elizabeth Warren tells Wall Street: 'Bring it on'

Elizabeth Warren has a clear message for Wall Street: "Bring it on."

The senator from Massachusetts said Monday that she will continue to call for financial reforms and for big Wall Street banks to be broken up, despite potential retaliation against…

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Conn. to ban state-funded travel to Indiana

Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy is joining a growing number of voices against a controversial Indiana law that critics say discriminates against gay people.

Malloy signed an executive order Monday blocking state-funded travel to Indiana and…

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Markets rally, Dow surges more than 260 points

Remember all those worries about earnings and the economy that caused a big slump on Wall Street last week?

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McDonald's will test all-day breakfast

McDonald's is giving late sleepers and big breakfast fans something to smile about by serving McMuffins all day, everyday at some locations.

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Lincoln Continental is returning

Ford Motor Co. is resurrecting the Continental with a concept car debuting at this week's New York Auto Show.

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2 ex-federal agents charged in Bitcoin theft

The federal government became owners of one of the biggest troves of Bitcoin, thanks to seizing millions of dollars in the digital currency from criminals associated with the online black market Silk Road.

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'Walking Dead' conquers ratings with record finale

The title "Conquer" for the special 90-minute season five finale of "The Walking Dead" was right.

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Americans just aren't spending

Consumer spending is often called an engine of the United States economy. That engine may be about to blow a gasket. Consumers are sitting on their wallets.

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Personal Finance

Going green can save you money

Some people want to make a difference, but don't want to pay more. Sometimes, though, Earth-friendly can also be wallet-friendly.

What does it mean to file a tax extension?

Find out more about what it means to file an extension on your taxes.

Using tax-deferred investments to save money

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Tax season is in full swing, and many people are being reminded of the tax burden their investment returns carry.

This year, make a goal to contribute more to your 401(k)

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Find out why you should be contributing more money to your 401(k) this year.

Weatherizing your home can save you money

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Find out how taking precautions to properly weatherize your home can save you money.

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