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Author Ann Patchett's bookstore
Ann Patchett doesn't just write books, like her latest bestseller, "Commonwealth"; she sells them, at Parnassus Books in Nashville, her very own bookstore. As you might expect from a novelist, there's a good story behind Parnassus Books, and it's one that's bigger than just one brick-and-mortar retailer. Lesley Stahl of "60 Minutes" reports.
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Uber may lose millions with the loss of its London permit
The ride-hailing giant may be driven out of one of its biggest overseas markets, crimping growth and adding another hurdle to its operations
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Zuckerberg says Facebook won't create new class of stock
Rise in company's stock price will allow billionaire CEO to finance his philanthropy while retaining voting control
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Delta: "Bogus" site tricks people putting pets on jets
Airline alleges in lawsuit the look-alike website is a fraud that solicits pet-shipment payments but offers no services
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Sprint, T-Mobile edge closer to merger: report
Wireless carrier's stock jumps as talk grows it is nearing a deal to combine with rival
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Reeling from its London license loss, Uber rallies customers
The city's ban could kill millions in revenue for the ride-hailing app, which has 40,000 drivers and 3.5 million customers there
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Prepare for a torturous border crossing into Tijuana
Officials warn that backups will stretch for hours and miles as work is done to expand the busiest entry to Mexico
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New rules for Equifax? Unlikely under the GOP-led Congress
Equifax executives are likely to face a public shaming in congressional hearings, but Republicans are wary of any new regulations
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Solar panel imports power a fierce trade dispute
Two U.S. manufacturers plea for tariffs on Asian panels, but domestic opposition -- political and industry -- is firm
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SEC hack sparks fears about investment safety
Coming on top of the Equifax mess, the securities agency's breach adds to the questions about systems' integrity
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Who the housing recovery is leaving behind
Though average home values are rising, many Americans, especially with lower income, aren't able to partake
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Working for peanuts: Detained immigrants paid $1 a day
Private-prison operator accused of violating state minimum-wage law, including offering snacks as payment
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How the "kiddie tax" can bite when giving money to children
This additional tax can pop up when unsuspecting parents help their kids get a head start on investing
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Uber stripped of license to operate in London
Transport regulator says decision based on company's lack of corporate responsibility with implications in public safety and security
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The worst airport in the U.S.? No argument here
As some airports soothe travelers with "therapy" pigs and ponies, this flight hub is for the birds, survey shows
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Trix will get more (artificially) colorful again
General Mills says it's responding to consumer demand by bringing back its famous neon colors
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Campus run by Mormon church lifts ban on caffeinated soda sales
Six-decade ban ended Thursday allowing soft drinks on campus, surprising students who took to Twitter to celebrate the announcement
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Yes, your child could be a victim of identity theft
And it could easily go undetected for years, for instance until your child applies for a student loan
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SEC EDGAR hack took months to discover
Cyberthieves may have profited from gaining access to the agency's database for public-company filings
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World's richest woman dead at 94
Daughter of the founder of L'Oreal cosmetics empire was worth nearly $40 billion when she died in her home in France
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