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Toys "R" Us Files For Bankruptcy, Plans To Keep Stores OpenStruggling with intense competition and five billion dollars in debt, big box toy retailer Toys 'R' Us has filed for bankruptcy protection.
Coral Gables, FPL At Odds As Thousands Remain Without PowerAs Florida Power and Light works to restore power, they are firing back at one city that may sue the utility company. 
Want The Dad Bod Really Badly? Check Out These New Fanny PacksThe Dadbag is a hilarious fanny pack that has a realistic image of a hairy belly (some hairier than others) printed on it.
"It's Like Borderline Theft": Tipping Suggestions Don't Add Up At Cheesecake FactoryA recent trip to the Cheesecake Factory in Valencia, California ended with a serving of frustration for customer Frank Abreu.
Florida Grocery Stores Struggle To Restock After Irma Grocery stores throughout Florida are still trying to restock their shelves more than a week after Hurricane Irma first hit the state. 
Toys R Us Could File For Bankruptcy Ahead Of Christmas Season Toys R Us could reportedly file bankruptcy this week, just months ahead of the Christmas shopping season.
AT&T Offering Those Without Power A Place To Charge Phones AT&T is offering those without power a chance to charge their electronics at their stores. 
Apple Unveils New $1,000 iPhone XApple has unveiled a souped-up anniversary iPhone, with a start price of $999, during its product event at its headquarters in California.
Equifax Breach Sows Chaos Among 143M AmericansA day after credit-reporting company Equifax disclosed that "criminals" had stolen personal data about 143 million Americans, it had somehow managed to leave much of the public in the dark about their exposure, how they should protect themselves and what Equifax planned to do for those affected.
American Airlines Issues Alerts For Florida Airports Over Irma ConcernsAmerican Airlines has issued a travel alert for 27 airports, including some in South Florida,  due to Hurricane Irma. 
American Airlines Lets Travelers Rebook Caribbean Trip Ahead Of Irma American Airlines is giving some customers a chance to rebook their flights due to Hurricane Irma. 
Lauren's List: Tips To Assure Your Financial Freedom In RetirementIt's Labor Day, and with many people enjoying a day off work, some may even be daydreaming about how to make this no-work thing permanent.

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