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IMF Prepares To Add China's Yuan To List Of Reserve Currencies

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Tourists wait to visit the Louvre as it reopens in Paris on Monday. As the city tries to recover from Friday's attacks, people who planned to travel there seem to be conflicted about whether to go. Xy Jinquan/Xinhua/Landov hide caption

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Paris Attacks Create A Dilemma For Travelers

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Nearly a dozen years since the federal Do Not Call Registry took effect, automated calling systems have exploded. iStockphoto hide caption

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Why It's Hard To Put An End To Unwanted Robocalls

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Wellness Programs Add Financial Advice To Improve Employee Health

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Trans-Pacific Partnership Provision On Trade Disputes Draws Criticism

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SABMiller Agrees In Principle To Merger With Anheuser-Busch InBev

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House Panel Spends Hours Questioning VW's CEO Of U.S. Business

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Volkswagen's U.S. Chief Appears Before House Panel On Emissions Scandal

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Volkswagen board members Wolfgang Porsche (from left), Berthold Huber and Stephan Weil attend a news conference to announce Martin Winterkorn's decision to resign as Volkswagen CEO on Sept. 23, in Wolfsburg, Germany. Alexander Koerner/Getty Images hide caption

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What VW Needs To Do To Survive Its Biggest Scandal

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David Whitcomb of Waynesboro, Va., says he paid a premium for the diesel engine on his 2015 Passat TDI because he thought it would mean fewer emissions. Courtesy of David Whitcomb hide caption

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Volkswagen Owners Wonder Where A Fix Will Leave Them

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Republican presidential candidate, businesswoman Carly Fiorina speaks during the CNN Republican presidential debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum on Sept. 16, 2015. Mark J. Terrill/AP hide caption

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Fiorina As CEO: 'Colossal Failure' Or 'The Right Leader'?

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What's That Smell?! When Workplaces Try Fragrance Bans

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New federal rules would make millions more workers eligible for overtime. Gary Waters/Getty Images/Ikon Images hide caption

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Giving More Workers Overtime Could Have Downsides, Employers Say

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Flowers and candles are set up as a memorial in front of the entrance to Hartford Distributors following a shooting Aug. 4, 2010, in Manchester, Conn. Eight employees were killed by a former worker. Douglas Healey/Getty Images hide caption

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The Challenges Of Identifying Potential Workplace Violence

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