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Court To Sentence AT&T Hacker Andrew Auernheimer

A hacker who released more than 100,000 AT&T customer email addresses will be sentenced in a federal courtroom in New Jersey on Monday. Andrew Auernheimer exposed a security flaw on AT&T's iPad service.
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U.S. Probes Abuse Allegations Under Worker Visa Program

Recent allegations that a McDonald's franchise abused students, who came to the U.S. on cultural guest work visas, is reactivating the debate about how immigration reform should deal with guest workers, and whether the State Department's efforts to curb abuse have failed.
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Craft Brews Slowly Chipping Away At Big Beer's Dominance

Beer is a $200 billion a year business in the U.S., but most of that money goes to the two companies, Anheuser-Busch InBev and MillerCoors. But smaller "craft" breweries are challenging that dominance, and it's a battle that's being waged on grocery store shelves and the taps at your local pub.

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Yogurt For Men: A Review

A company called Powerful Yogurt is now selling what it calls "the first yogurt in the U.S. designed for a man's health and nutrition needs." The Sandwich Monday gang gives it a very manly taste test.
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Wine Revolution: As Drinkers And Growers, U.S. Declares Independence

Americans aren't just the world's top wine market. Increasingly, they're also producers. The number of U.S. wineries has climbed from 400 to 7,000 since the 1970s. And some of those local wines are "stunning," says wine expert Jancis Robinson.
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JPMorgan Chase Exec Says She Was Misled About Risks With 'London Whale' Trades

Last year, JPMorgan Chase acknowledged that it lost $6.2 billion in a hedging strategy gone awry. On Friday, current and former bank executives tried to explain how that loss occurred.

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