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Hurricane Matthew could be very costly, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Hurricane could cause billions in damages in Florida; Mall of America to close on Thanksgiving; and Boeing is on a mission to Mars. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch
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How to maximize your retirement savings
When it comes to saving for retirement, CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger say the most important thing to do is: "Start."
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Trump's huge tax write-offs, and other MoneyWatch headlines
NYT reports Trump paid no income taxes for nearly two decades; Subaru recalls almost 600,000 vehicles, and Britain's PM sets date to start Brexit. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
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One city might do away with apartment security deposits
Scrounging up the lump sum can make it hard to afford a roof over your head. Cincinnati just might have a solution.
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WTO says global trade is gearing down, and other MoneyWatch headlines
WTO cuts trade forecast by a third; labor regulators vow to investigate Wells Fargo; and Disney may want to buy Twitter. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
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Lifelike robots are proliferating, thanks to the pandemic
Some companies are turning to lifelike robots to take people's temperature, deliver food and interact with customers.
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Unemployment claims fall to pandemic-era low
About 550,000 people filed for jobless aid last week, the lowest level of claims in more than a year.
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CEOs are getting paid bonuses like there was no pandemic
Some companies saw their chief executives got multimillion-dollar payouts even as COVID-19 pandemic slammed profits.
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Mexico, Canada currencies fall on fears of a Trump win, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Overseas currencies slide on risk of Trump win; new Samsung phone hits stores after battery fix; and Elizabeth Warren scolds Wells Fargo CEO over accounts scandal. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
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Feds reportedly probing Wells Fargo bank scandal, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Wells Fargo's sham accounts draw new attention; cost of employer family health plans to top $18K; and U.S. edged out as world's top oil producer. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
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Bayer, Monsanto to merge, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Germany's Bayer to buy Monsanto for $66B; U.S. families saw hefty jump in 2015 income; and scandal costs Wells Fargo title as biggest bank. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
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Donald Trump says Fed is in league with Obama, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Trump claims Fed's Yellen is helping Obama; Samsung's market value plunges after phone fires; and sugar industry accused of downplaying heart risks. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
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Venmo users can now buy and sell crypto
Crypto on Venmo is available now for some users while others will get access in coming weeks, the company said.
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How changes to credit-reporting industry affect you
The credit-reporting industry is implementing significant changes to their businesses due to a settlement with the New York attorney general. The changes affect Equifax, Experian and TransUnion, the agencies that report your credit information to the scoring companies. Jill Schlesinger reports.
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Investors hope for rebound; Trump's childhood home up for auction
Investors are hoping Wall Street can recover from steep losses. Also, Donald Trump's childhood home is going up for auction. Karina Mitchell reports on the day's top MoneyWatch headlines.
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Democrats unveil bill for tuition-free college
New legislation would make four-year public college tuition-free for students from families making less than $125,000.
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Women report higher levels of "Zoom fatigue" than men
Back-to-back video conferences are causing what researchers call "Zoom fatigue."
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Pfizer warns of phony COVID-19 vaccines outside the U.S.
Strong global demand for COVID-19 vaccines is creating fertile ground for criminal schemes, health officials say.
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Seafood sold to consumers is often mislabeled, and other MoneyWatch headlines
20% of fish and other seafood is mislabeled; Port Authority to sell One World Trade Center; and Chipotle shares rise on backing by hedge fund star. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
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Almanac: The Edsel
On this day in 1957, Americans got their first look at a brand new car: The Edsel. But Ford's huge marketing blitz, featuring a mountain of print ads, TV commercials and celebrity endorsements, didn't prevent the Edsel from becoming a monumental dud. Jane Pauley reports.
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Up in the air
Every October for the last four decades, the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta turns the skies over New Mexico into a kaleidoscope, with more than 500 hot air balloons in the air at the same time. Lee Cowan goes aloft to take in the spectacle.
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U.S. job growth slowed in August, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Hiring in U.S. slowed in August; Samsung recalls Galaxy Note 7 phones; and Ireland to appeal EU Apple ruling. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
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Apple faces huge Irish tax bill, and other MoneyWatch headlines
European Union says Apple owes Ireland up to $14.5B in back taxes; Mondelez abandons pursuit of Hershey; and Fed official says job market is approaching full employment. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
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Mylan to launch generic EpiPen, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Embattled pharma company will intro generic anti-allergy drug; Fed chief Janet Yellen opens door to interest-rate hike; and Amazon explores 30-hour work week. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
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Kobe Bryant's estate and Nike end partnership after 18 years
"My hope will always be to allow Kobe's fans to get and wear his products," Vanessa Bryant said. " I will continue to fight for that. Kobe's products sell out in seconds. That says everything."
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Democrats unveil bill for tuition-free college
New legislation would make four-year public college tuition-free for students from families making less than $125,000.
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MoneyWatch: Massive shortfall in state pensions; Big job cuts after beer merger
U.S. states have a massive shortfall in their retirement systems, according to The Pew Charitable Trusts. Also, the merger of the world's largest brewers will lead to thousands of job cuts. Brook Silva-Braga reports on the day's top MoneyWatch headlines.
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MoneyWatch: NBA picks new All-Star Game host; state moves closer to testing self-driving cars
The NBA named a new host city for the 2017 All-Star Game after pulling out of Charlotte, North Carolina, because of the state's controversial bathroom law. Also, self-driving vehicles could soon be hitting the pavement in one state. Kenneth Craig reports on the day's top MoneyWatch headlines.
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Wealth has surged for richest Americans, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Wealth has stagnated or fallen for most Americans; Justice Department to phase out use of private prisons; and Kanye West opens first pop-up stores. These headlines and more from CBSMoneyWatch.
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Aetna to exit Obamacare program in multiple states, and other MoneyWatch headlines
Aetna to stop offering health plans through Obamacare exchanges in 11 states; Berkshire Hathaway gorges on Apple shares; and VW may face federal criminal charges in "dieselgate" scandal. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
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