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Frustration Among iTunes Users
Users of Apple's iTunes complain music was deleted from their account without permission.
Leap Day Bargains That Come Around Every 4 Years
Find out how to save with great deals on restaurants, travel and more that come out on Feb. 29.
Meet the Woman Behind Banana Republic's Fashions
Marissa Webb, who went from a South Korean orphanage to become the brand's creative director, encourages girls to embrace originality.
'Bogus' Herbal Supplements Fail Ingredient Test: Investigation
An investigation by the New York State Attorney General’s Office alleges that some store-brand herbal supplements sold in New York by Walmart, Walgreens, Target and GNC are "bogus" – in that they "could not be verified to contain the labeled substance, or were found to contain ingredients not
6 Timeless Fashion Tips to Make Your Old Clothes Look New This Fall
The summer is unofficially over after Labor Day and before you know it, the leaves will be turning brown. You know what that means -- it's soon time to break out the old sweaters. If you hate the fact fall is just around the corner, here's the good news -- changing seasons doesn't mean you have to
9 Ways to Save Money on Healthy Food
Have you ever seen a coupon for some overly processed cookie and thought, “Why aren't there coupons for kale?!” According to a recent study, which looked at more than 1,000 online coupons offered by six major grocery store chains, the biggest chunk of discounts (25 percent, in fact) were for snack
Healthy Simple Recipes for the Road
Whole Foods CEO squashes the excuse eating healthy is too expensive and takes too much time.
Students Get Investors Instead of Loans to the Wild Ways You'll Pay For Things
Rebecca Jarvis reveals what's in store for your future on Real Biz 2.18.2014.
Dangerous Third-World Factories Made US Military-Logo Clothes, Report Says
Congressman: Inspections Run on 'Sham System'; Marine Corps Insignia Found in Deadly Fire
Black Friday Discounts May Be an Illusion
Morning Money Memo… More than ever, Black Friday shopping could be a cat and mouse game between retailers and consumers. “Retail theater,” The Wall Street Journal calls it. The Journal notes that retailers often put higher regular prices on goods with the intention of marking...