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Super Bowl advertisers 'are on trial'

For companies like T-Mobile, TurboTax, Esurance and Wix.com, Sunday night is a $4.5 million moment.

Months of planning and weeks of promotion are culminating in Super Bowl ads premiering in front of more than 100 million viewers -- and those viewers…

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Union oil workers go on strike

Yet another headache for U.S. oil producers: Union officials are calling for a strike.

The United Steelworkers union asked union workers at nine U.S. refineries to stop working after a national contract covering dozens of oil facilities expired at…

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Here are the drivers of future economic growth

The American economy is reinventing itself.

Gone are the days of excessive leverage and the dominance of Wall Street. Gone are the days when the stock market --and U.S. economy -- had to be led by banks.

"The U.S. economy is transitioning from a…

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Obama: 'I'm proud of saving the economy'

Six years after taking office amid a deep economic recession, President Barack Obama is looking back on his successes with a smile.

"I'm proud of saving the economy," Obama told CNN's Fareed Zakaria in an interview on Tuesday when asked what he is…

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Shotgun silencer: Not really silent

This is the thing about gun silencers: They're not really silent.

They're not even what you would call quiet. Unless you consider jackhammers to be quiet.

That's why the gun industry prefers to call them suppressors, because they suppress, rather…

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What Super Bowl? 'Ad Bowl' has already begun

The Super Bowl is Sunday evening, but the Ad Bowl is already underway.

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Korean Air flight attendant testifies in 'nut rage' case

A Korean Air flight attendant testified Heather Cho, the former vice president at Korean Air and the daughter of the airline's chairman, was berated her for serving macadamia nuts.

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NHTSA issues follow-up recall of 2.12 million cars, SUVs

More than 2.12 million cars and SUVs are being recalled for a defect that may cause airbags to deploy unexpectedly.

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Will Soylent solve our food problems?

Statistically speaking, the end of January is where New Year's resolutions go to die. According to a study by the University of Scranton published last year in the Journal of Clinical Psychology, after one month has passed, over a third of those who…

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Personal Finance

10 happiest careers in America

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Who enjoys their job the most? Careerbliss.com ranks the 10 careers Americans are happiest in.

How much should you earn to buy a home?

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Is your income high enough to own a home? Find out here.

Debunking common tax-filing myths

As you start to work on your taxes for this year check some of these myths about filing your taxes.

What to look for when choosing a tax pro

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For many people, the older they get, the more complicated their lives become financially, and the more difficult it is to accurately prepare their own tax returns.

When should you start doing your taxes?

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As we head into 2015, it's time to think about preparing our taxes. Follow these tips to keep yourself on schedule.