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Where Will Credit Suisse's Fine Go?

This week, the Department of Justice handed Credit Suisse the largest criminal tax penalty ever. $2.6 billion is a lot of money, so NPR's Arun Rath asks the New York Times' Jessica Silver-Greenberg where it all goes.
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Tech Week: Baby Photos Online, Facebook V. Shazam, Ebay's Fail

Also in the week's tech headlines, cops are wearing video cameras in New Orleans, a new GIF-making camera is available on Kickstarter and IBM's in trouble.
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Could You Be Driving A Car With A Recall?

General Motors has recalled more than 15 million cars this year. Alec Gutierrez of Kelley Blue Book tells NPR's Scott Simon what this means if you own a GMC, Chevrolet, Buick or Cadillac.
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If Local Farms Aren't Local Enough, Buy From The Rooftop

Urban farmers are experimenting with growing food right near or even inside the grocery store. But it's not yet clear whether customers will value that degree of freshness over other options.
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Economist Piketty's Work Doesn't Add Up, 'Financial Times' Says

The U.K.-based newspaper says the author of Capital in the Twenty-First Century, a treatise on income inequality, may have gotten some of his data wrong.
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NTSB Raises New Concerns About Dreamliner's Lithium Ion Battery

The National Transportation Safety Board calls on the FAA to take another look at the safety of the battery used in its Dreamliners.
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Does The 'Bamboo Ceiling' Shut Asian Americans Out Of Top Jobs?

Many people of color say they hit a glass ceiling when it comes to leadership positions in the workplace. But do Asian Americans face additional hurdles because they're seen as model minorities?
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Political Rhetoric Bogs Down Future Of Keystone XL Pipeline

Claims for and against the pipeline are overblown. It won't make much of a difference on climate change, and it likely won't help the U.S. become energy independent.
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France's Big Train Problem: New Fleet Too Wide For Platforms

A French railway company says it has ordered hundreds of new regional trains that are too wide to use at many French station platforms. It will cost nearly $70 million to fix the mistake.
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House Passes Measure Reining In Government Surveillance

Lawmakers passed a bill ending the NSA's practice of collecting phone records of Americans. Instead, phone companies would hold the data and the NSA would face additional legal barriers to search it.

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