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  • Tesla profits beat estimates; demand predicted to grow

    The electric car manufacturer's increased first quarter profits were fueled in part by zero-emission vehicle credit sales to other car makers. They were also boosted by more efficient manufacturing. With the right financing, the company predicts its Model S electric car could now be accessible to 10 million American households. 

  • Stocks slip on weak earnings

    Stocks fell on Wall Street Thursday after disappointing earnings from a range of companies. Commodities stocks held steady following a wild couple of days.

  • Paul Ryan's new Medicare plan could be tip of the iceberg (+video)

    As Rep. Paul Ryan this week once again proposes reforms to Medicare, there are signs that others in Congress are acknowledging that Medicare deficits must be addressed.

  • Google cuts 1,200 more jobs at Motorola

    Google is cutting 1,200 jobs in its Motorola division just months after cutting 4,000 Motorola jobs. 

  • Energy Voices Invest in oil? Or invest in gas?

    There are investment opportunities in both, but finding your edge in oil is a lot easier than in natural gas, right now. 

  • Spending cuts: As Washington frets, Wall Street shrugs (so far)

    Spending cuts set to pummel most government programs starting today so far haven't had much effect on investors. The $85 billion in across-the-board 'sequestration' cuts were expected to cause airport delays, disrupt public services and result in lower pay or layoffs for millions of government workers.

  • JPMorgan cuts 19,000 jobs, calls it a good sign

    JPMorgan cuts 15,000 jobs from its troubled mortgage sector, citing healthier home mortgages. The other 4,000 job cuts come from consumer banking.

  • New casino bankrupt: There goes Atlantic City? (+video)

    New Jersey's newest casino is declaring bankruptcy. If the structured settlement works as planned, it will erase about two-thirds of its $1.5 billion in debt.

  • General Motors to buy back US-owned stake. US to lose billions?

    General Motors stake owned by the US treasury will be sold over the coming year, assuring a multibillion-dollar loss for the federal government. General Motors will buy back $5.5 billion in shares, and the Treasury will have to sell the rest of the stock at a high price in order to break even on the $50 billion bailout GM received. 

  • Economic toll of Sandy: Damage second only to Katrina?

    Superstorm Sandy cut a path of destruction that could near $50 billion. Economic activity in New York City dipped 20 percent in storm's wake, but economists do not expect that Sandy will have a major impact on the nation's economic growth.

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Danny Bent poses at the starting line of the Boston Marathon in Hopkinton, Mass.

After the Boston Marathon bombings, Danny Bent took on a cross-country challenge

The athlete-adventurer co-founded a relay run called One Run for Boston that started in Los Angeles and ended at the marathon finish line to raise funds for victims.

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