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Carl's Jr. to Launch All-Natural Turkey Burger Line
Carl's Jr.

Carl's Jr. to Launch All-Natural Turkey Burger Line

The move is aimed in part at millennial diners.
Katie Little
New Research Shows How the Liver Fights Off Sugar Cravings
Health

New Research Shows How the Liver Fights Off Sugar Cravings

A protein in the body could hold the secret to controlling sugar cravings.
Uber Competitor Sidecar Is Shutting Down
Ridesharing Apps

Uber Competitor Sidecar Is Shutting Down

The ride-hailing and delivery company has long struggled to keep up with rival Uber and Lyft.
Report: Apple to Pay Italy $348 Million to Settle Tax Fraud Case
Apple

Report: Apple to Pay Italy $348 Million to Settle Tax Fraud Case

Italian prosecutors have been investigating allegations that Apple failed to pay corporate taxes to the tune of 879 million euros, sources say.
Soon, Your Driver's License May Not Be Enough to Get You on a Domestic Flight
Business Travel

Soon, Your Driver's License May Not Be Enough to Get You on a Domestic Flight

You may have to bring extra documentation to the airport depending on how your state is complying with new security standards.
Nina Zipkin
Tesla Is Going on a Hiring Spree
Tesla

Tesla Is Going on a Hiring Spree

The innovative car company is planning to hire 4,500 people in four years. Right now, it has 14,000 employees.
FedEx Is Blaming Last-Minute Shoppers for Christmas Delays
FedEx

FedEx Is Blaming Last-Minute Shoppers for Christmas Delays

The company says it was overwhelmed by an eleventh-hour burst of orders.
How One Fashion Worker's Pronunciation of 'Bra' Sparked a Workplace Lawsuit
Legal

How One Fashion Worker's Pronunciation of 'Bra' Sparked a Workplace Lawsuit

The employee claims her assistant and co-workers frequently mocked how she pronounced words like 'lunch,' 'buyer,' 'arrow' and, especially, 'bra.'
What Businesses in NYC Need to Know About Discrimination Against Transgender Workers
Legal

What Businesses in NYC Need to Know About Discrimination Against Transgender Workers

The city recently released updated guidelines on what actions are considered discrimination.
Nina Zipkin
Why Coca-Cola's $550K Payments to an Anti-Obesity Group Is Causing a Stir
Coca-Cola

Why Coca-Cola's $550K Payments to an Anti-Obesity Group Is Causing a Stir

That's in addition to $2 million in donations that have fallen under scrutiny.
Facing Net Neutrality Concerns, Zuckerberg Argues for Free Internet Service in India
Facebook

Facing Net Neutrality Concerns, Zuckerberg Argues for Free Internet Service in India

Critics acknowledge the program may get people on the Internet, but argue that it gives Facebook a money-making engine and harms competition.
These Are the Priciest Countries for a University Education
College

These Are the Priciest Countries for a University Education

Shockingly, the U.S. isn't number 1.
Why SolarCity Plans to Ditch Nevada
Solar Energy

Why SolarCity Plans to Ditch Nevada

The battle over rooftop solar heats up in Nevada, a state that has long been friendly to the clean energy technology.
The Most Pirated TV Shows and Films of 2015
Piracy

The Most Pirated TV Shows and Films of 2015

One HBO show has won the crown for four years running now.