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Reddit launches Upvoted, a new news site

Reddit seems to be getting tired of losing out to other media companies on stories generated by its massive online community.

So it created Upvoted, which launched Tuesday. The site contains original stories, videos, and graphics created by an…

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ESPN ends DraftKings-sponsored segments

ESPN said Tuesday that it's pulling on-air segments sponsored by one of the companies implicated in a possible scandal that's rocked the billion dollar world of fantasy sports.


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Cracks emerge in US oil boom

The American energy boom is finally showing some cracks from the crash in oil prices.


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Global growth is weakest since the crisis, IMF says

World economic growth this year will be the weakest since 2009, the International Monetary Fund said Tuesday.


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Fantasy sports giants ban employees from games over...

Two of the biggest companies in the $1.5 billion business of fantasy sports, DraftKings and FanDuel, have banned employees from playing fantasy games for money amid claims that a worker may have used insider information to win a six-figure prize.




Why fantasy football is legal

Fantasy sports may sound a lot like gambling, but unlike sports gambling, which is legal in only Nevada, fantasy sports is legal in all but five states.


For $5, this company will cut ties with Comcast for you

Not excited about wasting hours to cancel your Comcast contract? Outsource it for $5!

Airpaper, a new Oakland-based company, promises to take all the hassle off your hands.

It's simple: Users pay $5, fill out an online form, and Airpaper will send a…


From McDonald's via CNN

Here comes McDonald's all-day breakfast

The new CEO of McDonald's is making big changes to try to boost the chain's stagnant sales. His boldest move yet starts Tuesday: all-day breakfast.

It's harder than it sounds.

McDonald's started testing all-day breakfast in a few places in March. To…


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Cheerios recalls 1.8 million gluten-free boxes that may...

General Mills is recalling 1.8 million boxes of Cheerios labeled "gluten free" that may contain wheat.


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Brick by brick, Lego builds top 100 brand

Everything is awesome for Lego.


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