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Oct 13, 2016

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Our new poll shows economic anxiety is up, and one in four Americans don't trust economic stats coming from the government. Plus: is the Trump brand dying, or just changing? Finally, the scandal is far from over for Wells Fargo — fired employees are suing.

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Poll finds Americans' economic anxiety reaches new high

Oct 13, 2016
As the election nears, poll respondents say they're losing sleep over their finances.
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How Samsung's phone design caused battery problems

Oct 13, 2016
A lesson in the perils of the race to thinner, more energy-packed devices.
A South Korean employee works to provide replacement Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphones at a telecommunications shop in Seoul.
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Presidential candidates at least agree on one thing

Oct 13, 2016
Both are looking to infrastructure investment to help create jobs.
A view of construction on a new residential building in the Hudson Yards development in New York City.
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Fired Wells Fargo workers allege retaliation, toxic culture

Oct 13, 2016
Lawsuits and individual complaints allege the bank punished honesty.
Wells Fargo is still the subject of criminal probes and faces at least two class-action lawsuits from workers who were fired.
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Using its powers for good: Facebook's voter sign-up campaign

Oct 13, 2016
A short campaign in September resulted in thousands now registered to vote.
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Is the Trump brand transitioning or dying?

Oct 13, 2016
The presidential nominee puts his name on everything from dress shirts to buildings.
Campaign buttons and hats are for sale outside a campaign rally by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at the Henderson Pavilion in Henderson, Nevada.
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More bad news for Yahoo

Oct 13, 2016
We've gotten our first indication of what Verizon thinks of Yahoo's giant 2014 data breach.
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Our new poll shows economic anxiety is up, and one in four Americans don’t trust economic stats coming from the government. Plus: is the Trump brand dying, or just changing? Finally, the scandal is far from over for Wells Fargo — fired employees are suing.

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