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McDonald's

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McDonald's will test all-day breakfast

McDonald's is giving late sleepers and big breakfast fans something to smile about by serving McMuffins all day, everyday at some locations.

Wall Street bull statue

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Markets rally, Dow surges more than 260 points

Remember all those worries about earnings and the economy that caused a big slump on Wall Street last week?

Bitcoin

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2 ex-federal agents charged in Bitcoin theft

The federal government became owners of one of the biggest troves of Bitcoin, thanks to seizing millions of dollars in the digital currency from criminals associated with the online black market Silk Road.

Walking Dead cast

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'Walking Dead' conquers ratings with record finale

The title "Conquer" for the special 90-minute season five finale of "The Walking Dead" was right.

Conn Gov Dannel Malloy

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Conn. to ban state-funded travel to Indiana

Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy is joining a growing number of voices against a controversial Indiana law that critics say discriminates against gay people.

Money jars

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Americans just aren't spending

Consumer spending is often called an engine of the United States economy. That engine may be about to blow a gasket. Consumers are sitting on their wallets.

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Range Rover

Land Rover's new $200,000 SUV is most expensive ever

The most expensive SUV just got even pricier.

iPad, apps

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This man bet $100K that there's a startup bubble

One man is betting $100,000 that there is -- in fact -- a tech bubble. But he's hardly an adamant bubble theorist.

Retirement planning

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Half of Americans are saving next to nothing

When it comes to saving, we aren't doing enough of it.

Roughly half of Americans are saving 5 percent or less of their incomes, including 18 percent that are not saving anything, according to a survey from Bankrate. Only about a quarter of people are saving more t...

Tim Cook

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Apple's Tim Cook: Anti-gay laws are 'dangerous'

Apple CEO Tim Cook has spoken out against anti-LGBT legislation in the U.S., saying the new laws are "very dangerous" and contrary to America's founding principles.

Cook, who came out as gay last year, said laws enacted in Arkansas and Indiana are di...

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