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Jamil Bittar/Reuters

Wall Street bets on prison growth from border crisis

There's a crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border, and Wall Street is betting that it will result in a boom for private prisons.

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Centers for Disease Control

Senegal confirms first Ebola case

The West African country of Senegal has confirmed its first Ebola case one week after closing its border with Guinea over fears that the deadly outbreak could spread, the Senegalese Press Agency reported Friday.

Senegal is the fifth country in the reg...

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Andreas Praefcke

Denny's aimed at 1% opens in NY

Denny's swung open its doors in a luxury apartment building in New York's City's financial district Friday morning.

Pumping gas

Ferre Dollar/CNN

America's cheapest gas is in this town

You think the gas near you is getting cheaper? Try filling up in the South Carolina city of Rock Hill.

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Netflix.com

Slow Comcast speeds were costing Netflix customers

Why did Netflix pay Comcast to stream its videos faster? Because Netflix was losing customers.

Stock market traders

Emmanuel Tambakakis/CNN

Stocks: 5 things to know before the open

U.S. markets are looking to close out the month of August with yet another day of solid gains.

Malaysia Airlines

Bazuki Muhammad/Reuters

Malaysia Airlines slashes 6,000 jobs in major restructuring

Malaysia Airlines has cut 6,000 jobs as part of a wide-ranging overhaul that follows the loss of two aircraft earlier this year.

Jamie Dimon JPMorgan CEO

Yuri Gripas / Reuters

Twitter suspends fake @JPMorganCEO account

Twitter is known for short-lived phenomena, and here's another one: a parody account for JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon only lasted about 24 hours before being suspended.

JPMorgan

John R. Coughlin/CNNMoney.com

Massive bank hack: What you need to know

Hackers have managed to break into seven of the top 15 banks. Here's what you need to know.

Apple

David Goldman/CNNMoney.com

Apple sets event for Sept. 9

Apple has set Sept. 9 as the date for a big announcement.

Apple iPad Air

Robert Galbraith/Reuters

For Apple, will bigger be better?

After ceding the smartphone and tablet size war to competitors like Samsung for the past few years, it appears Apple had finally decided that bigger is better.

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