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What If You Couldn't Take Your Money To Another State?

You'd be free to leave the state, as long as you left your money behind. That's essentially what it's like now for people in Cyprus.

Australian Store To Charge For 'Just Looking'

The specialty food store in Brisbane says the fee will be returned at the cash register, after a purchase has been made.

Monsanto, Dupont Agree To $1.5 Billion Licensing Deal

Genetically-modified seeds — and the technology to produce them — have been at the center of a bitter legal fight between the two companies. Dupont will pay Monsanto more than $1.5 billion in the deal. With that, the companies will drop their patent and antitrust claims against each other.

Landlocked Midwest Farmers Raise Saltwater Shrimp

Shrimp is the number one seafood product in the United States. While most shrimp is imported from Asia or Ecuador, some is being raised indoors in the Midwest. The challenge is to simulate an ocean environment in a barn or other structure.

Analyzing T-Mobile's Change In Price Strategy

The No. 4 mobile phone carrier is making changes that it hopes will draw more customers to it. To find out more about T-mobile's new pricing strategy, David Greene talks to Rich Jaroslovsky, the technology commentator for Bloomberg News.

T-Mobile: Adds iPhone Ditches 2-Year Contracts

T-Mobile announced Tuesday that it's eliminating its two-year contracts in an effort to make its plans more transparent. Subscribers can pay off their phones in two years, and the cost of their plans will go down. T-Mobile is currently the No. 4 carrier.