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Why More People Are Renting Tires

"I understand that I'll probably end up paying a lot," one customer says. "But right now, I need the tires."
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Unpaid No More: Interns Win Major Court Battle

A federal ruling against a major movie studio's use of unpaid interns could have a wide impact on uncompensated labor, including internships for college credit. Workers' advocates say many interns are preventing workers who can't afford to work free from entering the labor force.
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Under The Radar: Some Pilots Of Small Drones Skirt FAA Rules

Unmanned drones aren't just a tool for governments anymore. By as early as this year, the Federal Aviation Administration expects to propose regulations opening up the use of small, unmanned airborne vehicles, or drones, for commercial use. Until then, anyone trying to make money with them is breaking FAA rules.
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Companies Paying To Get Ahead With Economic Indicators

Some trading firms have found a way to get an advanced peek at crucial economic data before anyone else.
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American Airlines To Add More Seats To 737s, MD-80s

The airline will likely have to shrink leg room on its planes in order to accommodate the additional seats.
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Why Bill Gates Is Investing In Chicken-Less Eggs

Investors like Gates are betting that our planet can't sustain the current rate of growth in animal-based foods for too much longer. Products like Beyond Eggs, a plant-based substitute, are designed to fill the void.
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Old McDonald Might Be A Lady: More Women Take Up Farming

The number of women running farms of all sizes has tripled since the early 1980s, according to the USDA. Economists say that more women are seeing opportunities to try farming, especially if they already have an off-farm job.

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