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Stocks: 4 things to know before the open

It looks like the month of September could end with a whimper.

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Ford says C-Max recall will cost $500 million

Ford Motor Company put a price tag on its latest recall: $500 million.

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Apple iPhone 6 finally cleared for launch in China

Apple has finally been granted regulatory approval by the Chinese government to sell the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.


ATM fees surge again

It's more expensive than ever to get your hands on your own money.


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CDC investigates kids' limb paralysis

Health officials are looking for the cause of a neurologic illness that's affected 10 children in Colorado.

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Hong Kong protests hurt U.S. stocks

The world is flat when it comes to stock market jitters today.

Stocks dropped sharply in morning trading Monday after worries about pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong spilled over to most U.S., Asian and European markets.

The Dow dropped about 160 po...


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Bank's 'repeated failures' led to 2,000 foreclosures, feds say

While borrowers were trying to save their homes from foreclosure, Flagstar Bank sat on important documents and "drove borrowers into foreclosure," authorities said Monday.

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Despite horrible service, couple leaves $100 tip

Makenzie and Steven Schultz of Cedar Rapids, Iowa hired a babysitter Saturday night and headed to a new restaurant in town to celebrate their wedding anniversary. What happened next caught the attention of the world.

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27 new billionaires in richest Americans list

It's been a very good year for the 1 percent. On average, the people on Forbes' American billionaire list released Monday have a net worth of $5.7 billion, up from $5 billion last year.

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Americans are spending again

Get your engines ready: Americans are spending again, and that's a good sign for the economy.


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Comcast vows: We'll fix our customer service

Comcast's lousy service has launched dozens of viral videos from livid customers. Now the company says it's taking steps to improve things.

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