Google employees revolt against China project
Around 1,400 Google employees are protesting the company's project to develop a censored search engine in China, according to a report in the New York Times. Kiet Do of CBS station KPIX-TV reports.
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EpiPen shortage has some relying on expired devices
Another generic version of the EpiPen won't come soon enough for users of life-saving medicine that's had manufacturing issues since May
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Youth unemployment hits a 50-year low, but there's a catch
Fewer teens and young adults report being unemployed, but fewer are actively looking for work
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FDA clears generic rival to high-priced EpiPen
Years after seeking federal approval, Israeli drugmaker gets nod to sell version of life-saving allergy treatment
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High-speed internet service may be poised for a price hike
Top internet providers want regulators to scrap a provision that lowers costs for small businesses and consumers
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Trump asks SEC to study ending quarterly earnings
President says shifting to a six-month reporting system would give businesses more flexibility and save money
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Google workers protest censored China search
More than 1,000 employees sign letter objecting to plan for search engine that complies with Chinese censorship
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Elon Musk, Tesla's CEO, describes "excruciating year"
Tells The New York Times he's extraordinarily stressed out, and discusses idea he's floating of taking Tesla private
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Where's the wage growth? Only at the very top
CEO pay shot up 17 percent last year—outpacing the stock market, productivity and pretty much everything else
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9 tax deductions individuals can no longer claim in 2018
If you were counting on these deductions to reduce your tax bill, you'll need to do some planning now
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Schools add laundromats to battle student absenteeism
A lack of clean clothing may be to blame for some students' truancy, especially in low-income areas
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Your credit rating suddenly jumped? Here's why
A 2017 settlement with the credit reporting agencies has raised many Americans' credit scores
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Ex-Tesla employee says "Gigafactory" workers linked to Mexican drug gang
Former worker also alleges the electric car maker hacked into employees' phones and computers
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New York University offers free tuition for all medical students
Six-figure loans are pushing grads into high-paying specialities, contributing to a shortage of primary care doctors
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Unsafe food storage faulted in Chipotle illnesses
Burrito chain will retrain workers on safety procedures after tests link toxin to illness that sickened hundreds in Ohio
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Musk's Boring Company proposes L.A. tunnel to Dodger Stadium
"Dugout Loop" would transport baseball fans between East Hollywood and the stadium in under four minutes
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Fewer Americans are moving for work
During the past 10 years, the percentage of job seekers relocating for work has fallen significantly, new analysis finds
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School adds laundry room so all kids can have clean clothes
Sick of hearing about students getting bullied for having dirty clothes, one school principal found a solution: Bring the laundromat to campus. From Newark, New Jersey, Lisa Rozner reports for WCBS.
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"Worrisome" levels of lead, arsenic found in baby food
Consumer Reports finds concerning amounts of heavy metals in popular cereals and other products for infants
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Musk's infrastructure company plans L.A. stadium tunnel
Getting to Dodger Stadium will become noticeably faster if the “Dugout Loop,” a tunnel proposed by Elon Musk's Boring Company, becomes reality. KCBS reporter Rachel Kim has the story.
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