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Clintons earned nearly $141M from '07 to '14

Hillary and Bill Clinton earned nearly $141 million over the course of eight years and paid $43 million in federal taxes, according to tax returns her campaign released Friday.

In a lengthy statement and on her campaign website, Clinton detailed that…

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Exxon and Chevron profits are down over 50%

Drilling for oil used to be one of the most profitable businesses in the world. Not anymore.

Big Oil earnings have nosedived in the past year. The latest results that came out Friday were even worse than expected.

Chevron announced a 90% drop in…

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Gun silencer sales are booming

Gun silencer sales are on fire.

The number of registered silencers surged 38% from last year to 792,282 in February 2015, according to the most recent figures from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. There were 571,750 licenses…

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Lawsuit: 'Deceptive' CVS overcharged for drugs

CVS is overcharging customers who have insurance by "fraudulently" jacking up prices on prescription drugs, while those with cash are paying much less, a lawsuit claims.

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Get ready: Puerto Rico is likely to default August 1

Puerto Rico will almost certainly be in default by Monday.

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Good but not great: US economy grows 2.3%

America's economy picked up some momentum this spring and summer, but it didn't wow.

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Etihad sued over 'injuries' from obese flier

Obesity is already a big issue in aviation, now a court case in Australia could make it even bigger.

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Stick a fork in Whole Foods?

Whole Foods may be toast. Granted, it's toast made from pricey, gluten-free, organic honey oat bread. But toast nonetheless.

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List of top 10 consumer complaints released

Shady car dealers, shoddy home-repair jobs and credit card fees top the list of complaints people have about their interactions with businesses in 2014.

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New York minimum wage increase: Who really pays

New York's new $15 minimum wage for fast food workers applies to more than 100 brands doing business in the state. The only criteria: They must operate in at least 30 locations nationwide.

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