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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory's dark lost chapter

Lizzie O'Leary | Sep 1, 2014
Deemed too wild and subversive for its time, the unprinted chapter has resurfaced.
Posted In: Books, publishing

The story of a 1957 Chevy

Lizzie O'Leary | Sep 1, 2014
Lizzie O'Leary talks to Earl Swift about his book "Auto Biography."
Posted In: cars, chevrolet

Wage growth in the U.S. is stuck in the '70s

Krissy Clark | Sep 1, 2014
Most American workers have seen little to no growth in wages since the '70s.
Posted In: pay, salary, wages

Italy's Fiat speeds Alfa Romeo's US return

Russell Padmore | Sep 1, 2014
Fiat is re-launching the sporty Alfa Romeo brand in the United States.
Posted In: cars

Thriving and surviving at the Fringe Festival

Bill Lancz | Sep 1, 2014
The world's biggest arts festival keeps getting bigger, but not everyone profits.
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Will Apple's next offering be 'insanely great'?

Queena Kim | Sep 1, 2014
Apple is expected to announce an iWallet, but what happens if they don't deliver?

What, exactly, does 'Made in the USA' mean?

Adriene Hill | Sep 1, 2014
"Made in the USA" is a powerful label, but you'd better be sure you use it correctly.

A business with a taste for risk and honey

Amanda Aronczyk | Sep 1, 2014
Despite tough odds, new small businesses like Wise Acre still try to make it.
Posted In: Food, Small Business

PODCAST: Economic effects of protests in Hong Kong

David Gura | Sep 1, 2014
Plus: bad luck for Atlantic City casinos and reporting food poisoning on Twitter

Insurers find wiggle room in requirement to cover all

Dan Gorenstein | Sep 1, 2014
Some health insurers are discouraging the sickest patients from enrolling.

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