New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signs an executive order raising the city's living wage law Tuesday. The move will require some employers to pay their employees between $11.50 and $13.13 an hour, depending on whether the employee receives benefits. Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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EBay announced it will split from the payments service PayPal, forming two independently traded companies beginning in 2015. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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EBay Spins Off PayPal Into Fast-Changing World Of Mobile Payments

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Preventing Worker Burnout Can Boost The Bottom Line

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Six Years After Financial Crisis, Litigation Carries On With AIG Suit

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A federal database, though imperfect, will make it easier for patients to find out about the ties between doctors and industry. John Bolesky/Corbis hide caption

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U.S. Judge Holds Argentina In Contempt After Debt Default

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A poultry processing plant in France. Europe banned treating chicken carcasses with chlorine in the 1990s out of fear that it could cause cancer. Christophe Di Pascale/Corbis hide caption

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European Activists Say They Don't Want Any U.S. 'Chlorine Chicken'

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The rendering industry likes to call itself the world's oldest recycling system. Nearly 100 percent of processed pigs will eventually get used — as meat and in uses as varied as medicine and pet food. iStockphoto hide caption

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Will The NFL's Domestic Violence Scandal Hurt Its Bottom Line?

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Tom Worden works on a fixed-abrasive grinding table at Exelis Inc. in Rochester, N.Y. Exelis is an aerospace and defense company, and employs numerous former Kodak workers in its facility. Mike Bradley for NPR hide caption

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Rochester Focuses On A New Picture Of American Manufacturing

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Theaters that call themselves 4-D use lights, moving seats, fog and even sprays of water and air to give moviegoers a unique experience — one they hope audiences will consider worthy of higher ticket prices. Ernesto López Ruiz/Courtesy of CJ E&M America hide caption

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Movie Theaters Hope To Add Another Dimension To Their Profits

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Drag queens Lil Miss Hot Mess (left) and Sister Roma join other activists for a news conference at San Francisco City Hall on Sept. 17 to speak out against Facebook's rule on using legal names for profiles. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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Detroit Salon Finds New Ways To Use Old Hair

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Amazon recently premiered its new dramedy Transparent. The massive retailer is banking on its original TV content to rope in new customers. Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Amazon Studios hide caption

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Amazon's Original Content Primes The Pump For Bigger Sales

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