EPA Unveils Coal Ash Rules

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Electric utilities will probably have to shut down some pools containing waste ash from coal-fired power plants under new rules released by federal regulators.

T-Mobile Settles Mobile Cramming Case

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T-Mobile US agreed to pay at least $90 million to settle a Federal Trade Commission civil lawsuit that alleged the wireless carrier inflated customers’ bills with bogus third-party charges.

Tesla to Install First Battery-Swap Facility

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Tesla Motors Inc. said Friday in a corporate blog post that it will install its first battery swap facility in California.

VirnetX, Microsoft Settle Patent Dispute Over Skype

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VirnetX and Microsoft have reached an agreement to settle a lawsuit over alleged patent violations related to Microsoft’s Skype unit.

When Investors Behave Badly

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People often fall prey to cognitive biases that harm their returns, such as fixating on what they paid for a stock. Here’s how to recognize the pitfalls.

Is a Roth Account Right for You?

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More people now have access to what can be the best of all retirement accounts—Roth IRAs and 401(k)s. Here’s how to take advantage of them.

Message Purportedly From Hackers Calls Sony Film Cancellation 'Wise'

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Sony Pictures executives received an email apparently from the same people who hacked the studio’s computers recently, praising its decision not to release the movie “The Interview.”

German Government Denies Pressuring BASF to Cancel Gazprom Asset Swap

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BASF SE’s decision to call off a long-planned asset-swap deal with Russia’s OAP Gazprom wasn’t the result of political pressure from the German government, the German Economics Ministry said.

Mobile's Rise Poses a Riddle for Banks

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A new study indicates U.S. customers are interacting with their banks more through mobile devices than through any other means. That leaves banks with new challenges.

Toledo Rallies to Remain Jeep's Home

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Without being asked, Toledo, Ohio, is putting together incentives to help it remain the home of the Jeep Wrangler, a vehicle with deep economic and emotional ties to the area, in a sign of how cities aggressively offer aid to corporations.

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