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Detroit police searching for baby taken by parole absconder

Detroit police are looking for a 35-year-old man who walked away with a 6-month-old baby late Monday night.

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Canada is on the verge of a recession

The latest economic data from Canada shows that it is inching toward recession, after its economy posted its fifth straight month of contraction.

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GM invests $877M for Flint assembly plant upgrade

General Motors says it's investing $877 million to upgrade an assembly plant in Flint.

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Kilwin's recalls caramels over nut allergy warning

Kilwin's Quality Confections is voluntarily recalling 5 ounce containers of its sugar free milk chocolate caramels because they were incorrectly labeled and may contain undeclared cashew.

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Toyota sets a new quarterly profit record

Toyota reported a net profit of ¥646.3 billion ($5.2 billion) on Thursday, a new quarterly record made possible by the weaker yen.

The profit figure topped analyst estimates, and revenue increased more than 9% over last year to ¥7 trillion ($56.5…

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Citibank investigated over its student loan services

It's tough to pay back student loans, particularly if your bank is inflating your monthly bill or giving out misinformation.

Weeks after Discover was ordered to pay $18.5 million for doing just that, Citibank says it is facing a probe into its own…

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Bus drivers for Apple, Yahoo demand $27.50 an hour

Bus drivers for big tech firms want more.

Five months after unionizing, 75 bus drivers voted Saturday for a proposal that would increase their wages to $27.50 and provide them with new benefits.

These drivers are all employed by a firm called Compass…

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Medical software company hack affected 3.9M people

A Fort Wayne medical software company has reported the private information of 3.9 million people nationwide was exposed when its networks were hacked earlier this year.

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Greek bank shares crash 30% as market reopens

Shares in Greek banks crashed 30% Monday as trading resumed on the Athens stock exchange for the first time since the country was nearly forced to abandon the euro last month.

The benchmark index in Athens opened nearly 23% lower, with banking…

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Sharing Amazon Prime benefits just got harder

At $99 per year, Amazon Prime was a great deal. Sharing it between five people was even better.

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5 ways to save money in college

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Having extra money in college is hard, here are 5 tips that can help you achieve that.

Parents spending more on college

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According to the annual How America Pays For College report by Sallie Mae, parents spent 16 percent more on college this year than the previous year.

How to save money on hotels

If you're looking to save money on lodging during your next trip try the old-fashioned way ... pick up the phone and call.

How to save for your child’s college education

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Here are three ways you can start saving for college.

How expensive is college?

We all know college is expensive, but are you aware of just how expensive it is? Find out here.

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