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LinkedIn to pay $13 million for unwanted emails, lawyers could get $3.3 million

LinkedIn agreed to pay $13 million to settle a lawsuit from members who complained that unwanted emails were sent out on their behalf.

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Brace for worst year on Wall Street since 2008

It's shaping up to be the crummiest year for U.S. stocks since the implosion of Lehman Brothers.

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Sweden flirts with six-hour work day

The world has come to love Swedish massage, Swedish meatballs, even IKEA. The world may love the next big thing coming out of Sweden -- the six-hour work day.


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Walmart to lay off 450 employees at headquarters

Walmart laid off 450 employees at its headquarters on Friday.

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15 million T-Mobile customers' info breached

Experian has suffered a major data breach. Hackers have made off with personal information of 15 million people who applied to sign up for T-Mobile's service last month.


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Volkswagen scandal may cost up to $87 billion

Volkswagen's emissions scandal could be far more painful for investors than BP's disastrous 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Credit Suisse estimates that the total cost to the…

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Debt ceiling deadline is now November 5

Congress may have averted a government shutdown until December 11, but lawmakers will be under the gun to raise or suspend the debt ceiling long before then.

Treasury Secretary…

Meeting set ahead of planned strike at Pottstown hospital

Meeting set ahead of planned strike at Pottstown hospital

Employees at Pottstown Memorial Medical Center may not walk off the job after all.

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In setback, U.S. adds only 142,000 jobs

Headwinds are hitting America's job market.

The U.S. economy only added 142,000 jobs in September and the number of jobs created in July and August were revised down.




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