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Lauren's List: How To Be More Productive Without Doing More WorkMost of us work anywhere from 40 to 45 hours a week. But are we actually productive during that time?
Trump Hits The Road, Hopes Rally Speeches Overcome TroublesPresident Donald Trump hit the road Friday, away from a troubled White House, and off to tout his jobs promises, pledging to "unleash the power of the American spirit."
Company Offers 'Puppy Parental Leave' For New OwnersParental leave is not something new but how about paid time off for you and your pup.
AT&T Launches New Unlimited Data PlanAT&T is changing course and is now offering an unlimited talk, text and data plan.
This App Helps You Turn Your Cramped Closet Into IncomeMillions of users are turning their closet items into another form of income using an app.
Snap Values Itself At Up To $22B Ahead Of Major Public OfferingSnap Inc. says their company is worth up to $22 billion as it prepares for what is considered the tech industry's biggest initial public offering in years.
Grocers Want To Know: Does The Label Mean It's Expired?Two major grocery store associations are calling for voluntary guidelines to streamline food expiration labels and are aiming to get all manufacturers and retailers to use the new system by the Summer of 2018.
Fed Chairwoman Yellen: More Jobs Expected In USA day after addressing a senate committee, Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen was back on Capitol Hill Wednesday.
10-Year-Old 'Girlpreneur' Turns Bullying Into Positive Message, Doll CompanyTen-year-old Zoe Terry is a fifth grader who knows what she wants and knows what she is doing – spreading love and confidence one doll at a time.
Fed Chair Yellen: 'Too Early To Know What Policy Changes Will Be Put In Place'Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen said Tuesday the central bank will "evaluate whether employment and inflation are continuing to evolve in line with [the Fed's] expectations, in which case a further adjustment of the federal funds rate would likely be appropriate."
Trump Talks Trade With Japan's Prime Minister Ahead Of Florida TripBefore heading to Florida, President Donald Trump invited Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to the White House where the two talked trade and the future of U.S. - Japan relations.
Your Next iPhone Could Cost More Than $1KMajor iPhone upgrades are in the works at Apple and it might mean a hefty price to pay for consumers.

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