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  • The 20 most fascinating accidental inventions

    Most inventors strive for weeks, months, or years to perfect their products. (Thomas Edison tried thousands of different light bulb filaments before arriving at the ideal mixture of tungsten.) But sometimes, brilliance strikes by accident. Here's a salute to the scientists, chefs, and everyday folk who stumbled upon greatness – and, more important, shared their mistakes with the world.UPDATE: After great reader feedback, we've added five additional accidental inventions: Stainless steel, plastic, ice cream cones, Post-it Notes, and matches.

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  • Pop-Tarts' new flavors: Will they woo adults?

    Pop-Tarts' new flavors may be part of the Kellogg corporation's efforts to win back adults, who have drifted away from the breakfast market, by piling on the nutrition.

  • First lady's anti-obesity campaign ignites change in food industry

    First lady Michelle Obama's anti-obesity campaign, "Let's Move," has inspired some in the food industry to change. Wal-Mart, doing its part to incorporate the first lady's anti-obesity campaign into its stores, has started labeling foods. Others ignore her recommendations as government intrusion. 

  • Special K recall: Red Berries cereal may contain glass

    Special K recall involves 36,000 boxes of Special K Red Berries cereal that was distributed nationwide. The Special K recall is the latest in a series of manufacturing issues that have plagued the Kellogg company over the past few years.

  • Stocks up following jump in home prices

    Stocks rebounded on Wall Street Tuesday after a rise in US home prices and signs of economic recovery in Europe. Strong earnings reports also benefited stocks.

  • Stocks rise on strong economic data

    US stocks had their best day since mid-September after reports of strong economic data and good corporate news gave stocks a boost.

  • Kellogg Company recalls Mini-Wheats. Metal fragments in cereal.

    Kellogg Company has issued a recall of 2.8 million packages of unfrosted and Frosted Mini-Wheats cereal due to possible contamination with fragments of metal mesh. The Kellog Company says that the affected batches of Mini-Wheats range in size and were distributed nationwide. 

  • The 20 most fascinating accidental inventions

    Most inventors strive for weeks, months, or years to perfect their products. (Thomas Edison tried thousands of different light bulb filaments before arriving at the ideal mixture of tungsten.) But sometimes, brilliance strikes by accident. Here's a salute to the scientists, chefs, and everyday folk who stumbled upon greatness – and, more important, shared their mistakes with the world.UPDATE: After great reader feedback, we've added five additional accidental inventions: Stainless steel, plastic, ice cream cones, Post-it Notes, and matches.

  • 30 Olympic questions spilling out of the XXXth Games

    As the Olympics draw to a close in London, a TV spectator in the US is left with a host of random questions.

  • Does Olympic gold light a path to riches? Not for everyone.

    The perception is that gold-winning Olympians find it easy to turn success into lucrative corporate sponsorships (Gabby Douglas is already on Corn Flakes boxes). But that's the exception to the rule.

  • Stocks slump as Europe dithers

    Stocks fall in Europe and the US as European Central Bank make no clear move on the euro debt crisis. The Dow falls 92 points.