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Managing battery power can be the most frustrating part of owning a smartphone. Phone batteries typically last less than a day, and charging them back up can take a full hour.
If you have a General Motors vehicle covered under the ignition switch recall, you're probably still waiting to have it fixed.
Ford Motor Co. has announced two recalls, affecting about 435,000 vehicles.
Maryland is the latest state to boost its minimum wage.
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Wall Street professionals are still optimistic about stocks, despite a very volatile start for the markets this year.
The chat-o-sphere has been abuzz lately about a proposal by Slate columnist Reihan Salam: The childless should pay higher taxes so that lower- and middle-income parents can pay less.
Markets look set for another bumpy ride Monday as investors fret that company profits may not be growing strongly enough to justify recent frothy prices.
Time for a Monday mega merger: two European cement giants have agreed to a $50 billion deal that will create the world's biggest construction materials group.
General Motors has a tough call to make. Will it pay people injured or killed before 2009 by cars with the flawed ignition switch that it took a decade to recall?
More Americans felt rich enough to invest in vacation homes last year as the economy continued its recovery.
Brace yourself: Corporate earnings will be in focus this week, and it's not going to be a pretty picture.
Tyson is recalling 75,320 pounds of chicken nuggets after some customers complained about finding small pieces of plastic in their food.
Score one for the small guy.