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These 'Golden Inventors' Are Trying to Save the World With Clean Water
Robert Nepper and Bill Stevenson have created a water filtration device.
Jessica Alba's Honest Company Sued Over Organic Infant Formula
A nonprofit alleges that the company "falsely represented" that it's organic.
For Hydrox Cookie, Trump's Anti-Oreo Comments Mean More Dough
The makers of Hydrox are hoping for a comeback for the sandwich cookie.
Chobani CEO Surprises Employees With Ownership Stake in the Company
Some employees could be millionaires if the company is sold or goes public.
The Pros and Cons of Goldman Sachs' No-Minimum Savings Account
The online account pays 1.05% interest but needs at least a $1 balance for that.
Passion to Profit: Young Foodie Moguls Share Stories of Success
The CEO's behind "D’s Naturals" and "Banza" turned their dreams into reality.
Overdraft Fees Consumed Nearly Week's Worth of Income For Most Financially Vulnerable
A new study reported that $35 overdraft fees are heavy financial burden for some
The Basement Chocolate Factory MacGyver Would Be Proud of
If MacGyver loved dark chocolate, Potomac Chocolate might be his choice.
Nike Shoes Among Most Counterfeited Goods in the World
It's not just luxury goods that are being counterfeited.
Dow Closes at 18,000 for the First Time Since July
The Dow is up more than 3 percent year-to-date.
How Amazon's New Video Service Stacks Up Against Netflix, Hulu
Amazon introduces a stand-alone video membership and a monthly Prime membership.
Difference Between $12, $15 Minimum Wage Bigger Than It Seems
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders pound each other on federal minimum wage.
How the Cable Box Competition Proposal Could Affect You
The White House said it's asking the FCC to open up set-top box competition.
Some Food Packages Tell You How Often You Should Eat What's Inside
Mars Food said it's adding "occasional" or "everyday" to some grocery products.
How to Run a Pro Basketball Team From Your Mom's Basement
Dylan Gioia runs his professional sports team from his mother's house.
New Australian $5 Bill Is the Latest Controversial Currency Flap
Critics have called the new Australian bank note "clown puke."
The Decision That Cost Joss Stone $9 Million
Joss Stone is in the midst of her Total World Tour.
The Stunning Prices People Are Paying to Watch Kobe's Last Game
Fans will need at least $700 for nosebleed seats to Bryant's final game tonight.
Last-Minute Tips for Filing Your Taxes
The tax man cometh Monday, April 18. Here's how to stay calm when filing.
Led Zeppelin to Face Jury Trial for 'Stairway to Heaven' Lawsuit
Is "Stairway to Heaven" a rip-off of a lesser-known song called "Taurus?"
17M Netflix Subscribers Will Be Paying More to Stream Movies Next Month
A price increase announced two years ago will take effect in May.
Nespresso, USAID Reviving Coffee in World's Newest Nation
South Sudan has turned its attention to coffee from oil.
Here's What It Takes to Get Hired as a Whole Foods Beer Expert
Whole Foods employs certified "cicerones" in every store region.
The Economic Ramifications of Trump's Border Wall Proposal
Trump wants the U.S. to block money transfers to Mexico and cancel visas.
Virgin America, Alaska Air Merger: What Customers Should Know
Alaska Air is acquiring Virgin America for $2.6 billion.
Biggest Takeaways From the 'Panama Papers'
More than 11 million files were leaked from a secretive firm in Panama.
California's $15 Minimum Wage Hike: What You Should Know
State lawmakers and labor unions announced the agreement on Monday.
Royal Dutch Shell First Quarter Earnings Down 58 Percent
Royal Dutch Shell reported that first quarter earnings fell 58 percent as depressed oil prices continued to take a toll on...
Brazil Turmoil Costs AB Inbev in Quarterly Results
The world's biggest brewer, AB Inbev, says economic and political turmoil in Brazil hit its quarterly earnings, with sales...
Spain: Strike Keeps El Mundo Newspaper off Streets
Spain's second-largest newspaper El Mundo has not appeared in news kiosks owing to a strike over planned redundancies
Global Stocks Lower on Growth Concern
Global stock markets are mostly lower after weaker Chinese manufacturing and a cut in Europe's growth outlook fueled fears...
Asian Stocks Fall 2nd Day on Global Growth Concern
Asian stocks fell again Tuesday under pressure from concern about Chinese and European growth
AP Sources: Takata Recall Could More Than Double in Size
U.S. auto safety regulators are in talks with Takata Corp. to add tens of millions of air bag inflators to what already is...
Corporate Earnings Keep Falling, but There Are Signs of Life
U.S. companies are on track for their third straight decline in quarterly earnings, the worst streak since the financial...
Lew Says Currency Design Plan Winning Rave Reviews
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew says the reaction to his plan to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill and add civil rights and...
Auto Sales Hit April Record on Trucks and SUVs
America's love of trucks and SUVs helped push auto sales to a record number last month with most automakers reporting healthy...
Business Highlights
Business Highlights
Tourism 'Gold Rush' Brings Cash to Cubans' Pockets
ABC News' Jim Avila explores the American tourism surge during Obama's visit.
Starwood, Marriott Agree to Merge: What Happens to Loyalty Hotel Points?
Starwood offered one of the best hotel loyalty programs.
Videos
Inside the Candy Crush Offices in Sweden
ABC News' Alyssa Newcomb takes us inside the Candy Crush offices in Sweden.
Pizza Shop Loses Name, Offers Year of Pizza for New One
A family-owned restaurant in Houston launched a contest for a new name after the Colorado-based Black Jack Pizza chain sent...
Bitcoin: The Basics
The virtual currency explained.
Customized Workouts For Brides
ABC News' Nikki Battiste hits the gym with a certified trainer who specializes in showing brides and bridesmaids how to get...
Chat with Your Cat
A cat treats company invents a collar that lets your feline friend speak in a human voice
Vanessa Williams On Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis
Episode 87: Vanessa Williams talks to Rebecca about her career, overcoming setbacks and the best revenge.
Interest Rates: 5 Things You Should Know
ABC News' Chief Business and Economics Correspondent Rebecca Jarvis explains why interest rates matter to you.
Slideshows
Britney Spears Lists California Mansion
Current and former homes of the stars.
Automakers Debut New SUVs, Sedans at New York Auto Show
The New York International Auto Show opens on March 25 and concludes April 3.
Homes For Sale With Fabulous Foyers
Homes that make a grand entrance.
For Sale: Townhomes With Generous Yard Space
From budget to luxury, these townhomes for sale have outdoor space to spare.