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Is this the last Black Friday?

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Displaced Puerto Ricans' obstacles getting health care

The U.S. government has given Puerto Ricans affected by Hurricane Maria extra time to sign up for Obamacare. But Puerto Ricans who fled to the mainland need more help than that.

Tesla has built the world's biggest battery

Elon Musk is making good on a 100-day bet to help end blackouts in South Australia.

Trump Organization and Trump SoHo cut ties

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Vice bracing for more after harassment report

As allegations of sexual misconduct pile up in the worlds of media, entertainment and politics, Vice -- a multimedia juggernaut eying an IPO -- appears to be staring down an inevitable reckoning.

Trump Organization and Trump SoHo cut ties

CIM Group is ending its licensing contract with the Trump Organization.

Uber's massive hack: What we know

The company may face legal consequences following its disclosure that 57 million accounts were compromised last year.

FB shows users what Russian propaganda they liked

Facebook announced a new portal that shows users what Russian propaganda they may have liked or followed during the 2016 election.

Gayle King: Charlie Rose allegations are 'painful'

CBS News is very publicly grappling with the sexual misconduct allegations against veteran journalist Charlie Rose. The network's journalists are conducting their own investigation in the wake of the Washington Post story that led to Rose's firing.

FCC moves quickly to upend internet, media rules

The FCC has moved fast to eliminate regulations for large internet service providers and broadcast media conglomerates.

Oil prices hit 2½-year high on Keystone shutdown

An oil spill on the Keystone Pipeline has sent crude oil prices climbing to levels unseen since July 2015.

Buffett loves Coke. But will he back Pepsi buyout?

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is the biggest investor in Kraft Heinz, and there is Wall Street chatter that the food conglomerate may want to buy Pepsi. But will Buffett back a deal? He's also the largest shareholder in Coke.

Britain crashes out of world's top 5 economies

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Mexico to raise minimum wage...to $4.70 a day

Mexican officials and business leaders agreed to increase the country's minimum wage to 88.36 pesos a day, or about $4.70.

Trump DOJ puts Corporate America on notice

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Gun sellers hope Black Friday will be a break from slump

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J. Crew announces dozens of store closings

More pain at the mall: The preppy clothing chain will close twice as many stores as it previously planned.

How to make money broadcasting from your phone

Amber-Tiana broadcasts four shows a week on the Live.me app where she pulls down more than $1,000 a month.

What Charlie Rose said on harassment before his firing

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Saudi Arabia will issue its first tourist visas in 2018

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'Death spiral': 4,000% inflation in Venezuela

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Uber paid hackers $100K after data breach

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You can buy a Boeing 747 online in China

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Uber paid hackers $100K after data breach

The company didn't disclose it to regulators or users.

You can buy a Boeing 747 online in China

Two of the airplanes were sold on Chinese e-commerce platform Taobao for nearly $50 million.

Skype yanked from app stores in China

Apple has pulled Skype from the App Store in China after regulators said it did not comply with local law.

Uber was hacked in 2016: 57M users exposed

The company didn't disclose it to regulators or users.

Disney exec takes leave, sorry for unwanted gestures

One of the biggest names in animation, Pixar's John Lasseter, is taking a leave of absence from the company following "missteps."

Women who worked on SNL stand up for Al Franken

Dozens of women who used to work on Saturday Night Live have come out in support of Al Franken.

Citibank fined for illegal student loan servicing practices

The CFPB ordered Citibank to pay $6.5 million over issues with its student loan servicing.

DOJ's AT&T suit could freeze media deals

At a time of rapid change and consolidation in the media industry, the Justice Department's lawsuit over the AT&T-Time Warner combination is likely to put a pause on media deals and raise questions about this DOJ's antitrust standards.

Trump admin sends mixed messages on big media

The Justice Department tries to rein in a telecom company. Then the FCC undoes rules designed to keep telecoms in check.

Trump: AT&T-Time Warner deal: 'not good for country'

President Trump weighed in Tuesday on the Justice Department's suit to block AT&T's purchase of Time Warner, criticizing the deal.

CBS News and PBS fire Charlie Rose

CBS News and PBS both said Tuesday that Charlie Rose's contracts with them had been terminated.

HP Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman to step down

HPE said Tuesday that Whitman will step down from the CEO role on February 1.

Discriminatory ads still get on Facebook, probe finds

The company is expanding its advertising compliance alerts.

Too-big-to-fail banks keep getting bigger

Many too-big-to-fail banks have grown even larger during the decade since the financial crisis.

CBS News and PBS fire Charlie Rose

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Sexual harassment tipping point: Why now?

We've seen sexual harassment scandals before. But never with consequences like this.

Palin appeals ruling in NY Times lawsuit

Palin sued the Times in June over an editorial that drew a link between an advertisement from her political action committee and the 2011 mass shooting in Tucson, Arizona.

Here's when state health laws don't apply

If you're among the millions of Americans with a category of job-based health coverage known as self-funded insurance, most state health care laws do not apply to you.

FCC chair unveils plan to repeal net neutrality

The days of net neutrality are numbered.

Trump slaps more sanctions on North Korea

After declaring North Korea a state sponsor of terror Monday, the Trump administration is imposing more sanctions on the rogue nation -- this time, on a Chinese businessman and several North Korean shipping and trading companies and vessels.

The worst day for mall diamonds in 25 years

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Devastating economic legacy of Robert Mugabe

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14 hottest toys this holiday season

From a DIY Star Wars Droid to a new Hatchimals toy and interactive Fingerlings, which are already flying off shelves, these products are worthy of a coveted spot on holiday wish lists.

John Lennon diary stolen from Yoko Ono recovered

A diary written by John Lennon that was stolen from his widow Yoko Ono over a decade ago has been found by police in Berlin.

CBS' Norah O'Donnell: 'This has to end'

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Elf on the Shelf phenomenon is 11M elves strong

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Fox gets $90M to cover harassment claims

The insurance payment is part of a settlement reached in negotiations between 21st Century Fox and one of its shareholders.