How Does Financial News Impact Your Brain?

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Weiner War: Kraft, Sara Lee Battle Over Hot Dogs

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In a file photo, workers at General Motors' Lordstown Assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio put the final touches on 2011 Chevrolet Cobalts. The weakening dollar will allow U.S. automakers to export at a financial advantage. Mark Duncan/AP hide caption

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Weak Dollar? That's Good For U.S. Exports

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Wireless, Landline Jobs Caught Up In Verizon Strike

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Frantic Market Can Make For Jittery Consumers

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Jobless Numbers Don't Tell The Whole Story

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U.S. Auto Market Lags With Honda, Toyota Sales

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UAW Meets With Automakers This Week

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For Carmakers, What Children Want Counts

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UAW Prepares To Bargain With Detroit's Big 3

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President Obama and congressional leaders work to strike a deal to raise the debt limit at the White House, July 14. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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How The Debt-Ceiling Negotiations Are Like Poker

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Minnesotans Fed Up With State Government

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Customers walk past a Toyota FJ Cruiser. Toyota brought in 19 percent of African-American buyers, 22 percent of Latino buyers and 33 percent of Asian-American buyers. Yoshikazu Tsuno/Getty Images hide caption

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Toyota Steers Ads To Bring In More Minority Buyers

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Although the recession ended two years ago, Americans are still feeling the effects. Consumers are continuing to rely on thrifty measures to push their money further. Chris Hondros/Getty Images hide caption

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Americans Remain Unsure Of Economy's Future

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