Cuba Now Allowing U.S. Marshals On FlightsCuba is now allowing U.S. Air Marshals on commercial flights between the island nation and the United States, Cuban authorities announced Friday.
CPSC Issues Warning Over Exploding Samsung Washing MachinesFirst it was Samsung smart phones and now there are reports parts of some Samsung washing machines have exploded.
Storm Adds Wrinkle To Enterprise Florida SelectionA rapidly growing tropical storm in the Caribbean led to a change in plans in Enterprise Florida’s president and CEO selection.
Now You Can Give The Gift Of UberThere will be a new gift card on store shelves this upcoming holiday season.
Snapchat Creates Sunglasses Capable Of Recording, Sharing Video- Snapchat is introducing its first hardware!
McDonald's Is Testing Happy Meals For Breakfast McDonald's may be adding something else to their all-day breakfast menu: Happy Meals.
NRF: Record Year Expected For Halloween SpendingAmericans are getting into the Halloween spirit and looking to splurge.
LinkedIn Adding New Training Features, News Feeds & 'Bots'LinkedIn is adding some new features meant to make it more useful to workers like news feeds, messaging "bots" and recommendations for online training courses.
Energy-Efficient TVs Might Be Using More Energy Than You ThinkLook around any store trying to sell you the latest high-definition TV and you'll see an official-looking "Energy Guide" showing how little this model will cost you in electricity. That's only if you keep your TV in its "Energy Saving" mode.
Questions Over Executive Pay, EpiPen Profits After Steep Price HikeThe Chief Executive Officer of Mylan - the pharmaceutical company selling EpiPens- testified before a panel of outraged Republicans and Democratic lawmakers, defending the company's decision to raise the price of the life-saving pen.
Samsung Replacements Arrive At Stores Amid Battery RecallSamsung will have 500 thousand replacement Galaxy Note 7 phones in stores Wednesday.
SeaWorld Says It Will Stop Paying Shareholders A DividendTroubled theme park operator SeaWorld says it will stop paying out dividends to shareholders.

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