Tourist's Fingertips Severed On Disney Ride, Officials Say
The tips of the man's ring finger and his pinky finger on his right hand were severed, according to Bo Jones with the Reedy Creek Fire Department. Read more...
Is Walgreens Trying To Leave The US?
Walgreens receives a quarter of its revenue from health care programs funded by U.S. taxpayers, but is considering renouncing its U.S. "citizenship" to avoid paying taxes for U.S. services. Read more...
Independent Booksellers Mount Offensive Against Amazon's Dominance
Independent bookstores fight back. Can they win? Read more...
Match.com's New Partner Will Set You Up With Someone Who Looks Like Your Ex For $5,000
You mean, he looks like the ex, only he's a decent, honest human being without a drinking problem? Who wouldn't want that? Read more...
U.S. Patent Office Cancels Trademark For Redskins Football Team
The United States Patent and Trademark Office has canceled six federal trademark registrations for the name of the Washington Redskins. Read more...

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Elon Musk Destroys The Rationale For Patents, Opens Up All Of Tesla's
Elon Musk has now made the official announcement and it actually goes way beyond what was originally rumored. It's not just about the Superchargers, it's all of Tesla's patents. Read more...
LeVar Burton's 'Reading Rainbow' Kickstarter A Success
"It was my mother who taught me that, by picking up a book, I could 'go anywhere' and 'be anything,' " Burton said in a posting on Kickstarter. Read more...
US Wins WTO Case Against China On Luxury Cars
The WTO on Friday rejected Chinese tariffs on US-made luxury cars, handing Washington a victory on one of the growing number of disputes between the world's two largest economies. Read more...
British Economic Think Tank Claims To Have Solved Unemployment
Marketplace anchor David Branaccio says that, if the usual workweek was brought down to 21 hours and strictly adhered to, many companies would find that they need to hire many more people. Read more...
Credit Suisse To Pay $2.5B For Abetting Tax Evasion
U.S. prosecutors criminally charged Credit Suisse and two of its units, saying the bank helped clients deceive U.S. tax authorities by concealing assets in illegal, undeclared bank accounts. Read more...
'Overstuffed' Exec Pay Rejected By Chipotle Investors
Shareholders of Chipotle Mexican Grill Thursday overwhelmingly rejected an executive compensation plan that critics said left company chieftains "overstuffed" at the expense of shareholders. Read more...
US Plans Nearly $1 Billion Arms Deal With Iraq
The United States plans to sell nearly $1 billion worth of warplanes, armored vehicles and surveillance aerostats to Iraq. Read more...
Samsung Found Guilty In Patent Case, Ordered To Pay $119.6 Million To Apple
Of the many patents Apple sought monetary compensation for over the length of this trial, the federal court in San Jose last Friday decided that Samsung has violated two. Read more...
Target CEO Exits In Wake Of Data Breach
Steinhafel, chief executive since 2008, will resign immediately as chief executive and chairman of the board. Read more...
Why Would Obama Push A Trade Deal That Would Cut Pay Of 90% Of Workers?
Research concludes that if you're making less than $87,000 per year (the current 90th percentile wage), the Trans-Pacific Partnership would mean a pay cut. But that's fine for corporations who want this treaty. Read more...