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Panera Bread is ditching all artificial flavors, sweeteners, preservatives and colors from its grocery store products.
Economic concerns pushed mortgage rates to lows not seen since early 2015, but that did nothing to spur homebuyers.
IBM Security released a study on the financial impact of data breaches that found the cost to companies has grown to $4 million.
Double-digit proposed price increases are the norm for key Obamacare plans in 14 major U.S. cities.
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The window to access capital is closing on stand-alone robo-advisors, and without it they won't be able to scale enough to survive.
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Charitable giving in the U.S. hit a record $373.3 billion in 2015, with individuals contributing more than two-thirds of that amount.
Weak manufacturing and investment data in Asia lend further evidence the oil price rally has peaked, John Kilduff says.
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