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Record number of companies earn perfect score for LGBT-friendly policies

517 companies earned a perfect score in the 2017 Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index, marking a record high for the annual list. 

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How to hire a great wedding photographer when you're on a budget

If you do your research and ask the right questions, you can find an awesome, affordable photographer to capture your special day.

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I was aboard the first commercial flight from Miami to Havana since 1961

Before my plane took off last week, it had been 55 long years since a commercial flight from Miami landed in Havana. 

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How Germany will compensate utilities for nuclear shutdown

Germany accelerated the shutdown of nuclear plants in 2011, following the Fukushima meltdown. Though the move met with public approval, Germany's highest court ruled Tuesday that the utilities are entitled to compensation.

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Carmakers howl about fuel economy rules, but regularly beat them. Why?

This is the fourth consecutive year automakers have exceeded government standards, even as consumers flock to less-efficient SUVs. Their exceptional performance may lie in a combination of technology, and the way regulations are written.

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Credit cards and divorce: What you should know

Divorce can be a messy and stressful thing in one's life. If you mix in credit cards into the equation, things get even more complicated.

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The seven best apps for holiday shopping

These free mobile apps can help you find deals, manage your shopping list or even locate your car in a crowded parking lot.

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Amazon's new grocery store to make shopping feel like shoplifting

The online retail giant is testing a grocery store model that has no cashiers or checkout lines.

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Hatchimals are the hottest toys of 2016. Here's how to find one.

Be prepared to pay more (sometimes a lot more) than retail price, and watch out for scams. Otherwise, be prepared to wait for a Hatchimal until January. 

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OPEC cut pushes oil prices up to 16-month high

The price of crude oil rose Monday morning, after OPEC decided last week to cut overall oil production in an attempt to stabilize the market.

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California's state retirement program illustrates need for federal reform

California will soon enroll millions of its private sector workers in a state-managed savings program. It's a good start in increasing access to retirement planning, but it faces limits that would be better served on the national level.  

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How tech can give the restaurant industry a boost

Forty-one percent of consumers have downloaded a restaurant's mobile app, and it's becoming an important way for diners to look at menus, order food, and more. 

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2017 Chevrolet Camaro is an improvement on a classic

We named the Camaro SS the Motor Authority Best Car to Buy for 2016. For 2017, the best gets better.

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How to rein in holiday spending: Five tips from the pros

We asked five experts on frugality what they do to avoid holiday overspending.

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Avoid these six types of wasteful spending

Whether losing a few extra dollars at the store or few thousand more on a poor investment decision, we're all bound to set some bills on fire. Here are six types of bad purchases that you can avoid.

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Why Black Friday's 'lowest prices of the year' were a lie

We've come to expect that retailers will offer their most compelling promotions of the year, and compete for the best prices on popular items during Black Friday weekend and during Cyber Monday. So, what happened this year?

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Trump vows 35 percent tariff on companies that move jobs overseas

Should the United States impose a 35-percent tax on products sold by businesses that fired American workers to send jobs overseas? Trump says yes, but economists aren't sold on the idea.

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How countries rank on food waste, nutrition, and sustainable agriculture

By highlighting performance of different countries and identifying best practices, a new index establishes a benchmark for global leaders to measure progress in establishing sustainable food systems.

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Trump’s Carrier deal sets a bad precedent

The Carrier reversal is great news for the Indianapolis workers who get to keep their jobs, at least for now. But it’s a bad deal for the other Carrier workers and Indiana taxpayers.

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This student loan move could save you thousands

There may not be a magic bullet for getting out of student loan debt, but there is a holy grail, of sorts, for some borrowers: student loan refinancing.

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