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Bebe is closing all its stores, the latest casualty in retail

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Bebe is closing all its stores, the latest brick-and-mortar retailer to get dumped by customers who would rather shop with their phones than their feet.

Wells Fargo CEO: We're America's 'best corporate citizen'

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Tim Sloan is laser focused on cleaning up Wells Fargo's fake account scandal. The CEO has set admirable goals of turning Wells Fargo into a bank with the country's best service and advice.

If Trump wants to save U.S. infrastructure, he needs to care about climate change

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President Trump wants to make America's roads, bridges and tunnels great again. But the Trump administration's $1 trillion infrastructure plan could be wasted if it ignores the predicted affects of...

Uptake CEO: Our technology could have detected Flint's water crisis

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Brad Keywell, the CEO of Uptake Technologies, is confident that the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, could have been prevented if his company had been keeping watch.

Despite uncertainty, insurers gear up for Obamacare 2018

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Insurers aren't quite ready to take their ball and go home when it comes to Obamacare.

Paris attack; Market whiplash; Samsung's new phone

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1. Attack in Paris: A gunman killed one police officer and injured two others in Paris on Thursday. The attack, claimed by ISIS, came just days before a general election in France.

Sources: Fox News payout to Bill O'Reilly will be tens of millions of dollars

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Bill O'Reilly will be paid tens of millions of dollars on his way out of Fox News.

Buy American, hire American. But Trump doesn't want to train America

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President Trump made it clear: He wants to buy more American-made products and hire American workers.

10 things to know about legal pot

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Recreational marijuana -- the kind you smoke without a doctor's note -- wasn't legal anywhere in the United States five years ago.

4/20 is Black Friday for marijuana merchants

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Marijuana entrepreneurs are capitalizing on 4/20, the annual pothead holiday, as an opportunity to sell even more weed than usual.

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