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  • 'Dumb Starbucks' makes a comeback. On TV.

    The 'Dumb Starbucks' episode of Comedy Central's 'Nathan for You' will air on July 28. Dumb Starbucks, which made headlines in February as a real-life parody of Starbucks, was a project by comedian Nathan Fielder, known for testing the boundaries of 'terms of use' rules.

  • Bon Jovi could buy the Buffalo Bills. Will he move them to Toronto?

    A group that includes rocker Jon Bon Jovi reportedly conducted a feasibility study into buying the Buffalo Bills and building a stadium in Toronto. If Jon Bon Jovi were to buy the Buffalo Bills, how much would the NFL team fetch?

  • Mutual funds face new SEC regulations, falling assets

    Mutual funds in the US fell $2.18 billion to $2.56 trillion for the week. Meanwhile, regulators have voted by a narrow margin to end a longtime staple of the investment industry — the fixed $1 share price for money-market mutual funds — at least for some money funds used by big investors.

  • Saving Money How one person paid off his credit card bills

    Credit cards can leave people with a lot of debt and bills to pay off. Chris de Lormier describes how he paid off all of his credit car bills while still having fun.

  • Feds announce maximum penalties for not buying health insurance

    The penalty for not buying health insurance by March 31, 2014 was $95 per adult or 1 percent of your income. The tax penalty for 2014 increases to $325 or 2 percent, whichever is higher. On Thursday, officials announced an addendum: 2 percent of your income up to $2,448 per person and $12,240 for a family of five.

  • 'Weird Al' Yankovic scores his first No. 1 album. How he did it. (+video)

    'Weird Al' Yankovic, master of pop music song parodies, celebrated his first Billboard number one album this week with 'Mandatory Fun.' The success of what could be Weird Al's last studio album comes on the strength of a savvy social media campaign and the comedian's shrewd adaptation to a changing music industry. 

  • Saving Money How much capital do you need for retirement?

    Calculating how much capital needed for retirement can be tricky. Financial adviser Guy Baker explains the Rule of 72 and how to apply it for retirement saving.

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