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Women getting rejected for mortgages

Gas prices ate into Americans' budgets last month

Job burnout worse for your heart than smoking

Swiss tax-cheat adviser blows his US clients' cover

School loans are just the start for some Ph.D.s

Penn State suspends its contract with Adidas

Even Exxon thinks the US will cut energy use

How much water from Poland Spring is in that bottle?

Looking for tech's future? Watch teenagers

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FTC tells celebrity endorsers on Twitter: Disclose all

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Red Bull is being blackmailed

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Time's opus on health care is a surprise hit
Online betting site Intrade abruptly closes
Don't bet on Intrade making a comeback. The online prediction betting site that pegged the odds for everything from presidential candidates to Oscar nominees has mysteriously shut down.
When work bulldozes your personal life
Erin Callan climbed to the highest echelons of Wall Street, serving as chief financial officer of Lehman Brothers at just 41 years of age. She smashed through the glass ceiling as her brains, her personality and her good looks fueled a superstar career.
Women getting rejected for mortgages
All right, people are buying new houses and bidding on old ones, housing prices are up and everybody can start pursuing the American dream again.
Gas prices ate into Americans' budgets last month
So how did you spend your February? Probably by spending a whole lot on gas and very little on anything else.
Job burnout worse for your heart than smoking
Are you exhausted by your work, physically and emotionally? Are you dealing daily with a diabolical boss? If so, you may be a prime candidate for heart problems.
Swiss tax-cheat adviser blows his US clients' cover
Prosecutors in the U.S. say Swiss financial adviser Beda Singerberger helped 60 U.S. residents hide $184 million for more than a decade -- and was undone by his own hubris.
School loans are just the start for some Ph.D.s
Many would-be academics take out big loans to attend graduate school with the hope of later finding a tenured university job. But the spending doesn't end with their freshly printed Ph.D.s.
Penn State suspends its contract with Adidas
A controversy over a plant in Indonesia and its workers has prompted Penn State to temporarily suspend its licensing contract with German sports apparel giant Adidas.
Even Exxon thinks the US will cut energy use
For once, Exxon Mobil (XOM) and its green counterparts appear to be on the same page. Both envision a U.S. that uses less energy in the future, although Exxon's estimates may be a bit more conservative and oily than advocates would hope.
How much water from Poland Spring is in that bottle?
Quick question, readers: Where does Poland Spring bottled water originate? If you're answer is "Poland Spring," a troubling report in Mother Jones will show that you aren't even half right.
Looking for tech's future? Watch teenagers
Sometimes it seems like the competition between the major tech companies is a war of attrition, unfolding along many fronts. But as they battle over current market share, are they paying enough attention to the next generation of consumers?
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