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Draghi Sees Hope For Eurozone's Economy

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi says he expects to see a gradual economic recovery in the eurozone nations this year. Speaking in Shanghai on Sunday, he acknowledged the region still faces challenges, but he cited growing European exports and rising regional stock markets as factors indicating better times ahead.
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Big Or Small, Sequestration Cuts Felt Nationwide

It's been three months since the start of across-the-board, federal spending cuts. Renee Montagne talks to David Wessel, economics editor at The Wall Street Journal, about how badly the sequestration is cutting into the economy.
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Morgue Cooler Attracts Interest On eBay

The listing describes its condition as "good." The cooler is big enough, as the New York Post points out, to hold four cadavers or nearly 2,000 cans of beer.
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Trial To Start In Apple Price-Fixing Dispute

Apple appears in court Monday to face civil accusations by the Justice Department that it illegally conspired to fix e-book prices with other publishers. The government last year accused Apple of conspiring with five major publishers to raise prices for electronic books — something the government says has cost consumers many millions of dollars.
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Surf Air Offers 'All You Can Fly' For A Monthly Fee

The company is getting ready to take off. For a recently raised subscription of $1,650 a month, travelers will be able to fly as much as they want among four California cities. Surf Air's CEO says it provides frequent commuters a corporate jet experience, but how will the model fare?
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If This Cute Cheerios Ad Causes Drama, What Won't?

When an advertiser seems to do everything right and still draws complaints, it makes you wonder: Is there any way to market to diverse communities without stepping on toes?

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