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Chrysler recalls more than 230,000 SUVs

Chrysler is recalling more than 230,000 Dodge Durangos and Jeep Grand Cherokees worldwide due to a faulty fuel pump that could cause engines to stall.

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Is the economic recovery real? 3 stats to watch

What everyone wants to know is if the economy is truly better. Is this recovery "for real"?

There is so much data on the economy now, it is hard to figure out what is most important. Last week alone exemplified the flood of numbers: the Census Bureau…

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Billionaires are hoarding more cash

The pile of cash that billionaires dive into each night just got bigger. Each uber wealthy person boosted their cash holdings by an average of $60 million over the past year, according to the 2014 Billionaire Census published by Wealth-X and UBS.

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Embattled F-22 goes into combat

The problem-plagued F-22 Raptor took part in its first combat mission Monday night, hitting ISIS targets in Syria.

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Sheryl Sandberg stars in a comic book

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg got his own movie. But Number Two exec Sheryl Sandberg is getting her own comic book.

Sandberg is now the star of a comic book about the empowerment of women and their uphill battle in the male-dominated business…

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Where new grads want to work most: Google

College students have spoken, and it's Google they most want on their resume.

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M&Ms recalled due to peanut allergy risk

Mars Inc. is recalling boxes of plain M&Ms sold because they may contain peanut butter.

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Banks launch checking accounts, with no checks

A growing number of banks are launching checking accounts, without the checks.

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Google pulls out of conservative political group over...

Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt says the company is pulling its support of a conservative political group because he believes it is lying on climate change.

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Treasury acts to stop overseas tax 'inversions'

The U.S. Treasury Department on Monday announced what it called its "first, targeted steps" to make it harder for U.S. companies to reduce their tax bills by merging with foreign firms and moving abroad.

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