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Election Day a holiday for United Auto Workers

Nov 6, 2012
UAW members have had Election Day off since 1999.
Posted In: United Auto Workers

Buy your 'I voted' stickers now

Nov 5, 2012
Patriotism and civic pride can be yours for just $3.80 per thousand.
Posted In: 2012 election, voting

Sandy may have flooded paper stock certificates

Nov 2, 2012
The basement vault of the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation holds 1.3 million shares of stock, bonds and foreign securities. And it was flooded by Superstorm Sandy.
Posted In: stocks

What's your dream corporate mashup?

Nov 1, 2012
Now that AT&T and T-Mobile are teaming up, we wondered what other rivals would be better together.

'This little rainstorm is not going to stop New York'

Oct 31, 2012
A New Yorker tells us about the commute into Manhattan today, after Superstorm Sandy.
Posted In: Hurricane Sandy

You can do a lot with $2 billion

Oct 26, 2012
President Obama and Gov. Romney have raised just shy of $2 billion collectively. Here are a few things they could do with that money.
Posted In: Election 2012

Geoffrey Chaucer invented 'twitter'

Oct 25, 2012
It's the 612th anniversary of the death of the famous author. Turns out, he invented the word many of us use commonly in social media today.
Posted In: Twitter

Justice Department sues Bank of America over mortgage fraud

Oct 24, 2012
The Justice Department says Countrywide Financial -- which B of A bought in 2008 -- cranked out bad home loans without proper checks to make sure they were legit, and then sold those mortgages to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Posted In: Bank of America, Countrywide, mortgage fraud, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac

Fact-checking Obama's 'horses and bayonets' comment

Oct 23, 2012
One last follow-up to the presidential debate last night and President Obama's comment on fewer horses and bayonets used by the U.S. military.
Posted In: debate

New technology for Fed's money-counting machines

Oct 22, 2012
Now the Federal Reserve's money-counting machines can read bills worth $20 or less even if they're upside-down. They used to destroy bills that weren't stacked correctly.
Posted In: Federal Reserve

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