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 Indiana Gov. Mike Pence

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Angie's List halts Indiana expansion over anti-gay law

Add Angie's List to the roster of companies and business interests taking a stand against Indiana's new anti-gay law.

CEO Bill Oesterle announced Saturday that the company had put its proposed campus expansion project in Indianapolis "on hold" followi...

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Pebble Time Kickstarter project raised $20.3 million

During its monthlong crowdfunding campaign, which ended 10 p.m. ET Friday, Pebble Time shattered two Kickstarter records -- fastest project to raise $1 million (49 minutes) and most raised ($20.3 million).

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Would pilotless planes make sense?

Would you be willing to fly on a plane with no pilot?

First US penny

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First US penny sold for $1.2 million

The first U.S. penny is 223 years old, and is also worth a lot more than one cent.

Ruth Porat

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Google's new CFO and her $70 million pay package

Google snagged a star to be its new chief financial officer, and will pay her like one. Ruth Porat, formerly the CFO of Morgan Stanley, received a $70 million-plus cash and stock deal from Google.

beringer wine

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Is California wine safe to drink?

A lawsuit that's causing panic among drinkers of some California wine starts with a history lesson.

Lufthansa planes

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Lufthansa will now keep 2 crew members in cockpits

Lufthansa was forced to introduce new rules on keeping two crew members in the cockpit at all times after its Germanwings flight crash killed 150 people on Tuesday.

Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport

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And the world's busiest airport is ...

The birthplace of Coca-Cola, "Gone with the Wind" and Martin Luther King Jr. is still home to the busiest passenger airport in the world.

Payday lenders

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The big profits of payday lenders may be over

About 12 million Americans take out payday loans every year. It's a big -- and controversial -- business.

Wall Street

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Bad news: Stocks likely to fall further

Corporate earnings for the first quarter are probably going to stink like a giant pile of dirty laundry in a teenager's bedroom.

Microsoft file

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Microsoft tells its contractors: Give workers paid time off

Microsoft wants its security guards, janitors and cooks to have paid time off.

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