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1 AT&T thinks you might watch ads in exchange for a cheaper phone plan
2 US will ban WeChat and TikTok downloads on Sunday
3 Facebook prepares legal action against Thai government's order to block group
4 More than half of businesses that closed during the pandemic won't reopen
5 The hot tech IPOs just keep coming
6 Workers fear humans implanted with microchips will steal their jobs
7 Canadian police charge Tesla driver who was allegedly doing 90 miles per hour while asleep
8 Stocks are tumbling at the end of a turbulent week
9 How smart tech could help save the world's honey bees
10 Snowflake shares more than double. It's the biggest software IPO ever
11 Stripe is paying employees $20,000 if they leave big cities — but they'll also get a pay cut
12 You might be surprised who's moving into those sad, abandoned malls
13 Retail sales growth slowed down in August
14 A deal to create Spain's largest lender could signal more bank mergers in Europe
15 Here's why some state economies are recovering faster than others
16 Bankruptcy filings are mounting. And that's just the tip of the iceberg
17 The US economy needs more help. Congress is too divided to provide it
18 Stocks fall as investors grapple with Fed's recovery timeline
19 Small stocks may thrive in 2021 — no matter who wins the election
20 Seven-foot robots are stacking shelves in Tokyo convenience stores
21 NASA astronauts have a new task: make videos of Estée Lauder products
22 Thomas Cook relaunches as an online travel business under Chinese ownership
23 Amazon's stock is getting beat by a warehouse chain this year. And it's not Costco
24 The pandemic hurt Richard Branson's business empire. He's looking for new deals anyway
25 US billionaires' fortunes have skyrocketed $845 billion since March
26 Everything you need to know about the iOS 14 update
27 Why people are flocking to ugly produce during the pandemic
28 Sony finally reveals how much the PlayStation 5 will cost
29 The surprising reason Nintendo made Super Mario a plumber 35 years ago
30 Amazon is booming while small businesses struggle
31 Chuck E. Cheese wants to destroy 7 billion prize tickets
32 Nintendo is discontinuing the 3DS
33 CNN Business' Back-to-Normal Index is tracking your state's recovery
34 New Patagonia tags: 'Vote the a**holes out'
35 PepsiCo is launching a drink to get a piece of the $1 billion sleep aid industry
36 Taco Bell is now selling its own custom wine
37 TikTok will partner with Oracle in the United States after Microsoft loses bid
38 Six months into the pandemic, this 128-year old shoe store is still standing
39 Amazon is hiring 100,000 people for $15-per-hour jobs
40 Why it's hard to find paper towels again
41 How much longer until the US economy is back to normal? This new index shows we have a long way to go
42 Ford to build new electric F-150 at historic Dearborn site
43 The stock market is flashing a warning sign
44 Uber self-driving car operator charged in pedestrian death
45 Imperfect Foods' business is booming during the pandemic
46 The world may never consume more oil than in 2019, BP says
47 Tonal, the Peloton for strength training, isn't worried about Apple's fitness play
48 After 36 years, Papa John's moves some operations out of its hometown
49 Another 860,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week
50 This Shark Tank star is partnering with Lowe's to help minority-owned businesses
51 These businesses are making more money because Americans are staying home
52 Why a Dutch bicycle company just landed $40 million from venture capitalists
53 Rent the Runway is ditching its unlimited membership
54 Zoom profit skyrockets 3,300% on remote work trend
55 John Boyega quits perfume brand Jo Malone after being replaced in Chinese commercial
56 Mortgage rates have fallen to a record low -- for the 9th time this year
57 Amazon is hiring 33,000 new employees with an average compensation package worth $150,000
58 Why Gatorade wants to analyze your sweat
59 Exxon was the world's largest company in 2013. Now it's being kicked out of the Dow
60 Citi names Jane Fraser as CEO, the first woman to lead a major US bank
61 The easy recovery is over
62 Century 21 files for bankruptcy and will close all of its stores
63 Dozens of Amazon's own products have been reported as dangerous -- melting, exploding or even bursting into flames. Many are still on the market
64 Walmart unveils $98-a-year subscription service
65 Exxon's exit means there's just one oil company left in the Dow
66 Now Arby's is selling meat by the pound
67 How to make broadband affordable and accessible for everyone
68 Rio Tinto CEO resigns after destruction of 46,000-year-old sacred Indigenous site
69 Trade fight dooms LVMH's $16 billion Tiffany deal
70 Mall owner Simon Property Group will keep stores closed on Thanksgiving
71 Barack Obama is publishing a memoir -- right after the election
72 The world's top suppliers of disposable gloves are thriving because of the pandemic. Their workers aren't
73 US companies are sticking with China despite rising tensions and pressure from Trump
74 More pandemic fallout: No Peeps for Halloween and Christmas
75 Raytheon announces 15,000 job cuts
76 Jim Carrey will play Joe Biden on 'SNL'
77 Walmart is joining Microsoft in the pursuit of TikTok
78 Pandemic exposes harsh reality for small business owners
79 The solar fridge helping African entrepreneurs living off the grid
80 Trump voter to Biden: Excuse me, if I could finish ...
81 Stocks stage late comeback but still end day lower
82 Airbnb CEO: People are booking months-long stays
83 JPMorgan investigates employees over potential misuse of PPP loans
84 To help working parents, companies are getting creative
85 Even Corporate America thinks the stock market is overvalued
86 It doesn't pay to be a jerk at work, research finds
87 US report warns climate change could create economic chaos
88 Epic Games renews legal request to bring Fortnite back to Apple store
89 Millions of Americans are out of work. Why is the stock market soaring?
90 These states are voting on cannabis legalization this November
91 Kathryn Farmer becomes the first woman CEO of an American railroad
92 Home Depot to offer two months of Black Friday deals
93 Snowflake's market debut is biggest software IPO ever
94 Father of Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates dies at 94
95 Airlines desperately need people to fly. That's why the top 3 US carriers are dumping change fees
96 China's Tecno sold thousands of smartphones with malware in Africa
97 The pandemic is turning into a super-expensive business quagmire
98 The stock market thinks Joe Biden is going to beat Donald Trump
99 The Fed's new strategy could keep rates low for longer than you think
100 This discount retailer is crushing it during the pandemic