Most Americans couldn't cover a $1,000 expense
Dearth of savings leaves many people unable to cope with even ordinary financial emergencies
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Why have a Big Mac when you can have a Supermac?
Victory for Irish fast-food chain means McDonald's no longer has trademark on "Big Mac" in Europe
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PG&E has barely enough cash on hand for 1 month of expenses
The company could face $30 billion in costs -- and more -- after the devastating wildfires of the last two years
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IRS recalls 60 percent of its workers to handle tax refunds
The agency has been practically shuttered since Dec. 22 — something that has never happened during tax season
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Fiscal board asks court to invalidate $6 billion of Puerto Rico's debt
The island has been grappling with a prolonged debt-crisis and continues to recover from devastating storms
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Gillette ad challenging images of masculinity rubs some the wrong way
Calls for boycott of Gillette parent company Proctor & Gamble after razor commercial highlights bad behavior by men
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Carbonated water has become a multibillion-dollar industry
Sales of seltzer, club soda and sparkling water are up by double digits as more Americans turn away from soda and other sugary drinks
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As shutdown drags on, federal workers flock to food pantries
Furloughed government workers are lining up at food banks and calling help hotlines across U.S. after missing paychecks
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Netflix hikes prices on all subscription plans
On the heels of a blowout success with "Bird Box," the streaming service is raising monthly prices by $1 or $2
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PG&E bankruptcy: California's tough choices for nation's biggest utility
Gov. Gavin Newsom and state lawmakers confront nothing less than the fate of California's energy future
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Facebook investing $300 million in local news initiatives
The money will fund reporting grants for newsrooms, expanding earlier programs with similar aims for journalism
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U.S. cities where it's cheaper to buy a home than to rent one
Rising costs have made homeownership an impossible dream for many, but in a few places it still makes sense to buy
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"Marty" the robot ready to roll at some grocery stores
Fully autonomous robotic assistants will cruise the aisles looking for potential safety hazards
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Record U.S.-China trade gap may signal slower global growth
Despite Trump's efforts to shrink the trade deficit, it keeps rising — and that may be bad news beyond the U.S.
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Gymboree on its way to bankruptcy, again: reports
Plans are said to be in the works to close most of the children's clothing retailer's 900 stores
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More than 30,000 teachers on strike in Los Angeles
Educators in U.S.' second-biggest school system walk picket lines for first time in nearly 30 years after talks falter
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China's trade gap with U.S. hits record $323 billion
Despite Trump administration's tougher stance, China's trade surplus with the U.S. continues to grow
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World markets slide on slowing Chinese export data
Wall Street looks set to follow suit in Monday trading as investors grow wary again about global growth
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What does Eddie Lampert really want with Sears?
The hedge fund investor insists he just wants to rescue this bankrupt retailer -- but his record raises questions
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Facing massive wildfire liability, PG&E seeks bankruptcy protection
California's biggest power company faces billions in potential liability over its role in recent California wildfires
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