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Airbag fix deadlier than problem?

This is one fix for recalled vehicles that might be more deadly than the problem.

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Wall Street firm pushes for student loan forgiveness

One Wall Street firm has a proposal that's raising eyebrows: forgive some student debt for first-time homebuyers.

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Honda, Takata sued over exploding airbags

Honda Motor and its airbag supplier Takata have been hit by a federal lawsuit over defective airbags that can explode and send shards of metal into passengers.

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Starbucks to start coffee delivery soon

You'll soon be able get that frappe to go — to your house.

Starbucks said Thursday that it would start food and beverage delivery in the second half of the year.

"This our version of e-commerce on steroids," CEO Howard Schultz said during an earnings…

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Can anything save Sony?

Sony is in dire straits.

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Refinancing your mortgage? Opportunity knocks

Homeowners seeking to save some money on mortgage payments can celebrate: The average rate for 15-year, fixed-rate mortgages, one of the most popular refinance products, has dipped to its lowest level since June 2013.

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Baby Boomers aren't moving out of their homes

Instead of flocking to sunny beach havens or downsizing to a condo in the city during their retirement years, a majority of Baby Boomers say they're just going to stay put in their old home.

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Microsoft: New Band gizmo can make you a 'better human'

Microsoft has launched a new smartwatch, and it makes some majorly lofty promises.

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US economy chugging along at 3.5% growth

The American economy had a smooth summer.

Gross domestic product increased 3.5% between July and September, according to the U.S. Commerce Department. It exceeded analysts' expectations and offered more proof of an economy gaining momentum.

"This…

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Study: 30% of shrimp products misrepresented

You can barbecue it, boil it, broil it, bake it and saute it, but one of America's favorite seafoods -- the humble shrimp -- might not be what you think it is.

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