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Poor families spend $600 more on prom than wealthier ones

Poor families plan to spend more than 5% of their income on prom this year, according to a new survey.

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Amazon Dash: Never run out of toilet paper again

Amazon wants to make ordering its products as easy as a click of a button -- literally.

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April Fools! Virgin launches elaborate prank

Richard Branson got a jump on April Fools' Day with a characteristically over-the-top prank.

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Trade in your Android for an iPhone at Apple Stores

You can now trade in your non-iPhone smartphone at an Apple Store for a credit toward a new iPhone. Previously, Apple only accepted iPh...

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This man bet $100K that there's a startup bubble

One man is betting $100,000 that there is -- in fact -- a tech bubble. But he's hardly an adamant bubble theorist.

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Elizabeth Warren tells Wall Street: 'Bring it on'

Elizabeth Warren has a clear message for Wall Street: "Bring it on."

The senator from Massachusetts said Monday that she will continue to call for financial reforms and for big Wall Street banks to be broken up, despite potential retaliation against…

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McDonald's will test all-day breakfast

McDonald's is giving late sleepers and big breakfast fans something to smile about by serving McMuffins all day, everyday at some locations.

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U.S. loses tussle over China-led development bank

Just a few months ago, Beijing's plan to build a rival to the World Bank looked like something of a quixotic mission.

With the initial deadline to join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) fast approaching, only a few countries had…

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Conn. to ban state-funded travel to Indiana

Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy is joining a growing number of voices against a controversial Indiana law that critics say discriminates against gay people.

Malloy signed an executive order Monday blocking state-funded travel to Indiana and…

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