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7:20 AM - Saturday, May 23, 2015
5 hour ago - NPR Topics
The recall of Takata airbags this week was the largest automotive recall in U.S. history. NPR's Scott Simon talks to correspondent Sonari Glinton about how and when companies announce a recall.
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6 hour ago - USATODAY.com Money News
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4 hour ago - CNNMoney.com
Google filed a patent for a toy that will have sensors and cameras, and can control connected devices.
5/22/2015 - on The Huffington Post / Paige Lavender
By Howard Schneider and Steve Holland WASHINGTON, May 22 (Reuters) - There were no fancy economic models or forecasts when former Florida Governor Jeb Bush first tossed out the idea that 4 percent annual growth should be the o . . .
6 hour ago - forbes.com
If you believe, even a little, that you deserve to be rich, take a moment and clearly define why you should be wealthy. In asking this of  entrepreneurs and professionals at workshops and conferences, it’s clear that a fair number of them do in . . .
7 hour ago - MarketWatch.com
New federal rules that kicked in last month may make it harder for some people to qualify for reverse mortgages.
4 hour ago - CNNMoney.com
Real estate broker Pieter van Naeltwijck has devised a novel way to profit from buying and selling ultra-exclusive supercars, including Ferraris, Porsches and McLarens.
5/22/2015 - Washington Post / Lydia Depillis
On Labor Day last year, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti went to a celebration in a park on the south end of the city and announced what he called “the largest anti-poverty program in the city’s history”: boosting the minimum wage to $13.25 per . . .
8 hour ago - WSJ.com
Canadian retail sales rose more than expected in March in dollar terms, led by sales of cars, food and alcohol, but volumes were disappointing.
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