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A look at 10 reasons the Internal Revenue Service decides to audit taxpayers, from clerical errors to undeclared foreign income.
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More than five years after it set out to reduce waste at its breweries, MillerCoors said its breweries do not use landfills.
CNBC Senior Contributor Larry Kudlow explains why he decided not to run for Senate despite being urged by Republicans.