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Legendary investor Stan Druckenmiller says the US is heading for a 'storm' as millions of boomers threaten to suck the system dry.
Some tobacco companies are adding an ingredient found in it to their products because the extra weight lets them avoid $1.1 billion in taxes.
Former Groupon CEO Andrew Mason might not rank high as a leader, but he and others know how to depart with humor and style.
The former Apple hotshot was once hailed as the department store's savior. After a series of missteps, his time is running out.
It seems like consumers are getting socked on every side by higher prices. Now, even kids' lost teeth cost more.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin says the handheld devices -- whose ads are key to Google's growth plans -- are 'emasculating.'
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