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Red light! GM stops sales of Corvettes

The new Corvette goes from 0 to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds, but good luck getting your hands on one. General Motors has told Chevrolet dealers to stop delivery of about 2,000 of 2015 Corvettes to fix the driver's airbag, the automaker said in a…

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Uber CEO: We'll run your errands

The future of Uber is about pharmacies and rickshaws. So says CEO Travis Kalanick, who is bullish the company is worth more than its $18 billion valuation. Currently, Uber is quadrupling each year, he said.

Kenneth Feinberg GM payouts

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Kenneth Feinberg to unveil death toll from GM ignition flaw

Attorney Ken Feinberg will announce Monday how many deaths and injuries he has so far tied to General Motors' ignition switch flaw, his office said Sunday.

Stock markets, money, investing

Investors tell Fed: Don't fumble interest rates

Forget football -- the most watched event this week for the markets concerns the Federal Reserve.

America's central bank wraps up its two day meeting on Wednesday and will subsequently outline its latest monetary policy.

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These people took months off ... and it paid off big time

Work for Intel for seven years, and you can take an eight-week fully paid sabbatical to do whatever you want -- and that's on top of your regular vacation time.

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From Apple

IPhone 6 pre-orders crash Apple Store

The iPhone 6 became available for pre-order on Apple's online store Friday morning -- though "available" is a relative term. Eager customers encountered lengthy delays, and others couldn't even access the website.


Tim Cook


Apple's Tim Cook on TV, Steve Jobs, iPhone 6

In an in-depth interview with Charlie Rose taped on Friday, the Apple CEO said the current television experience is "stuck back in the 70s," but he didn't say when Apple might try to take TV into the future.

Rashi Bhatnagar, legal immigrant

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Not all legal immigrants allowed to work

A land of opportunities? Not for Rashi Bhatnagar. She wants to open a home-goods business and says she has an "entrepreneurial spirit." But even though she's been legally living in the United States for almost six years, that's only a pipe dream.



America's most dangerous jobs

America's workplace got safer last year. But these workers were still at a much higher risk of fatal injuries, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Olive Garden

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Olive Garden's big problem? Cold breadsticks

The company that owns Olive Garden, Darden Restaurants, has some never ending problems with sluggish sales and earnings. One prominent Darden investor is so fed up it's demanding changes to make the Italian-themed food better.


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