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Who actually benefits from Obama's 'Middle Class Economics'?

President Obama says he's all about the middle class. But a Tax Policy Center fellow says many in the middle class won't benefit from Obama's proposal.

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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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January was a terrible month for stocks

Investors probably wished they had hibernated this January. It was the worst month for stocks since this month last year.

The Dow shed 3.7%, the S&P 500 has lost 3.1%, and the Nasdaq is over 2.1% lower.

Talk about a bad start to the year. A quick glanc...

Seahawks owner Paul Allen

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Seahawks' Paul Allen is the NFL's richest team owner

The NFL is the ultimate billionaire's club. The Seattle Seahawks owner Paul Allen is by far the richest in the league. The Microsoft co-founder is worth about $17 billion, according to various estimates.

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Super Bowl tickets are most expensive ever

This year's Super Bowl tickets are the most expensive ever. And the price continues to climb.

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NFL gets billions in subsidies from U.S. taxpayers

If you're a U.S. taxpayer then you're subsidizing the wildly profitable National Football League, regardless of whether you're a fan.

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Anheuser-Busch is a 'Super' stock

Will the Seattle Seahawks repeat? Will Tom Brady finally win his fourth Super Bowl?

Homeowners Saving Money With Solar Energy

While many Central Coast homeowners using solar are saving a significant amount of money on their electrical bills, the increasing popular electrical system may not be the best financial option for everyone.

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Russia slashes interest rates to avert slump

Russia slashed interest rates Friday in a surprise move aimed at preventing the economy from tumbling even deeper into recession.

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Visa is making a killing on fees

Visa is surging, and that's likely a good sign for the economy.

The credit card company reported an 11% jump in payment volume. Over $1 trillion worth of transactions were made on Visa cards from October 1 to December 31. That's not too far off from t...

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Amazon stock soars after earnings beat

The holidays were kind to Amazon.

The online retail giant reported earnings Thursday that beat Wall Street's expectations, sending its stock jumping 8% after the closing bell.

Amazon earned $214 million, or 45 cents per share, in the fourth quarter. ...

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Shake Shack set to shake up Wall Street

Shake Shack is already immensely popular with foodies in Manhattan and Brooklyn. And now it's about to take another part of New York by storm: Wall Street.

The upscale burger joint priced its initial public offering at $21 a share Thursday evening. Th...

Personal Finance

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Many spouses are cheating - financially

If you're keeping financial secrets from your spouse, you're not alone.

One in five…

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Obama wants to cut questions from FAFSA

President Obama wants to make the FAFSA easier.

Students are required to complete a…

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Richest 1% will soon own more than rest of us

Turns out, the rich really are getting richer. And they'll soon own more than the…

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Wealthy women are younger, less likely to have kids

If you're a woman bringing home big bucks, odds are you're younger, better educated…

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1M expected to lose food stamps as economy improves

A side effect of the improving economy: About 1 million needy people will lose food…

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'Smaller government' means miserable tax season

The upcoming tax season is likely to be the worst in years -- for the IRS and…

Money Interactives

How much do winter sports cost?

Skiing ski resort slopes

Snow and sub-freezing temperatures are no reason to hibernate. Adopt a new winter…

The history of gas prices

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As gas prices continue to drop, take a look back at what we have paid for a gallon…

Gas savings tips: Fact or fiction

Pumping gas

Summer means road trips, and it seems everyone has a tip on how to save fuel. But…

Taxes 101: tips and resources

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April 15 is approaching. You may know how to fill out a basic tax return (or hand…

The life of Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs with Apple logo

Technology pioneer Steve Jobs was one of the most recognizable CEOs in the world and…

Employment News

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Facebook has more than 1,100 jobs to fill

Facebook has 1,159 job openings listed on its corporate site, as the social network…

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2014 was America's best year of job growth since 1999

Last year was America's best year of job growth since 1999.

More than 2.95 million…

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Pittsburgh restaurant pays employees salary, benefits

Diners at a Pittsburgh restaurant will no longer be expected to leave a tip at the…

National Recalls

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Petco pulls pet treats made in China

Petco says it has removed Chinese-made dog and cat treats from store shelves because…

Frozen chicken

Chicken products recalled over allergy concerns

Campos Foods of Caryville, Tennessee, is recalling approximately 5,300 pounds of…

Keurig coffeemaker recall

Keurig recalls nearly 7 million coffee makers

Keurig Green Mountain is recalling nearly 7 million coffee makers that could…

Stock Market

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US economy misses its mark at end of 2014

The U.S. economy gained steam last year, but it closed out the year with a big…

Amazon Jeff Bezos

Amazon stock soars after earnings beat

The holidays were kind to Amazon.

The online retail giant reported earnings…

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Shake Shack set to shake up Wall Street

Shake Shack is already immensely popular with foodies in Manhattan and Brooklyn.…

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Deflategate NFL scandal proves lucrative for T-shirt maker

Indianapolis T-shirt maker profits from Deflategate

An Indianapolis T-shirt maker's sales are inflating rapidly ahead of the Super Bowl…

Texas man cashes in pennies

Texas man saves 500 pounds of pennies

A Texas man saved up his pennies for 65 years -- amassing 500 pounds worth of…

Doors open to visit Cuba

Doors open to visit Cuba

President Obama is easing travel restrictions to Cuba.

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