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McDonald's to cut back on chicken raised on antibiotics

McDonald's plans to cut back on chicken raised on antibiotics.

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Dodge warns that its own dealers are scamming customers

Dodge is calling out some of its dealers for taking deposits for hot car models it can't deliver.

Dodge said the dealers are possibly doing something unethical and illegal.

The car company said a "small number" of dealers are taking multiple…

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$400,000 GT to be most expensive Ford ever

The Ford GT supercar will be the most expensive car in the automaker's history, costing about $400,000.

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Young and super rich: Top 10 billionaires under 40

When it comes to making serious money, college might be overrated.

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Dow sets record as Nasdaq tops 5,000

The Nasdaq topped the 5,000 level for the first time in 15 years Monday as the Dow Jones industrial average set a closing record.

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Advertisers dislike being associated with ISIS

Jennifer Aniston lauds the benefits of Aveeno, Bud Light shows off beer at a concert, and Secret sells its freshly scented deodorant.

Pretty standard commercials, but what's different is the content that comes after. In this case, they're all…

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China's chess move against the U.S.: Latin America

China is making friends right under America's nose.

Latin America is China's latest business buddy. Chinese banks increased investments in Latin America by 71% last year, and the country plans to double its trade volume with the Central and South…

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ACA enrollees see refund delays

The IRS is delaying the refunds of tens of thousands of Obamacare enrollees, said Nina Olson, the National Taxpayer Advocate.

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Tinder angers swipe-happy users

Many wish they could swipe left and reject the latest version of Tinder.

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Target to cut thousands of jobs

"Several thousand" jobs are on the chopping block at Target, the company said Tuesday.

The cuts will come over the next two years and will primarily be at corporate headquarters in Minneapolis, where about 13,000 people work. Target employs 366,000…

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