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Apple and HBO Near Deal on Streaming Service

Sources say HBO is talking to Apple about featuring its new direct-to-consumer streaming service, to be called "HBO Now," on Apple TV.








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Lawmaker: Feds Should Probe Chinese Laminate Flooring

A ranking member of the Senate Commerce committee asks the feds to see if the flooring imported from China is a risk to public health.








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Chick Sexer: The $60K a Year Job Nobody Wants

The British public is turning its nose up at a job that pays up to £40,000 ($61,300) a year that involves spending all day with fluffy baby animals.








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Workplace Injury Pushing Americans Deeper Into Poverty

Workplace injuries are driving low income Americans deeper into poverty, and casting middle class workers into economic dire straits.








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Change Is Coming for McDonald's Chicken

Fast food giant makes change as it struggles to compete with smaller rivals who market more wholesome alternatives.








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Women's Nest Eggs Much Smaller Than Men's

American women save far less for retirement than their male peers, and they invest too conservatively to close the gap, according to a new survey.








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As Auto Sales Rise, Loans Keep Getting Longer

Consumers are increasingly taking out longer term loans in order to keep their monthly payment as low as possible, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.








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More Legroom on a Plane? It Could Happen

Want more legroom, more direct flights, and less time stuck in holding patterns? It could be coming, but at a price: higher fares.








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College Savings Plans Rise, But so Do College Costs

More people opening up accounts as well as investment gains contributed to the growth in 529 assets last year.








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Yellen Scolds Banks for 'Shortcomings in Values'

In a speech in New York City, Yellen said that the Fed expects banks to follow the law and act ethically.








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California Drought: Bad in 2014, Worse in 2015

Experts say the state's severe drought is on track to cause an economic loss of roughly $3 billion in 2015—up from about $2.2 billion last year.








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As Oceans Become Killing Field, Fish We Eat Dwindle

Thanks to giant trawlers armed with technology and massive nets, the seas are running low on the fish we like to eat, like halibut and cod.








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A Snowmageddon for Air Travelers? Not so Much

Airline flight cancellations have already cost American passengers some $2.2 billion this winter. Still, last winter the price tag was almost double.








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13 Million Hit by ID Thieves in U.S. Last Year

ID theft down in 2014, but still a 'significant' problem, report says.








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Growing Billionaires List Welcomes MJ to Its Ranks

Michael Jordan joined the likes of Bill Gates and Warren Buffett in the swelling ranks of the world's billionaires, according to Forbes' annual list.








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Lumber Liquidators 'Stands by Every Plank.' Should You?

Allegedly tainted flooring has left Lumber Liquidators customers feeling as if the rug has been pulled out from under them.








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The Secret to a Strong Password: Length

A strong password can take many shapes and sizes, but one of the best way to thwart a hacker is to make your password long. Illustrated by Rob Donnelly.








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And the Secret to a Strong Password Is...

A strong password can take many shapes and sizes, but one of the best way to thwart a hacker is to make your password long. Illustrated by Rob Donnelly.



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Nasdaq Closes Above 5,000 for First Time Since 2000

The last time the tech-laden Nasdaq stock index hit 5,000, Bill Clinton occupied the White House.








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High-Tech Demand Puts Automakers on Horns of Dilemma

While studies have shown motorists are demanding the latest digital tech in new vehicles, other studies say these systems have become troublesome.








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