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What American Women Do For Work

Forty years ago, only 1 in 3 American workers was a woman. Today, it's 1 in 2. What jobs did all those women get? And how did gender breakdowns change by industry?
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Corn Farmers Hope, Cautiously, For A Bumper Crop

U.S. farmers have planted more acres of corn in 2012 than in any year since the Great Depression. And while some are concerned that a bumper crop could push down prices, some analysts say global demand will help offset an increase in corn yields.
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How To Tiptoe Into The Hot Sauce Craze

Hot sauce is one of the fastest growing industries in the U.S., and there are thousands of connoisseurs out there who call themselves chili-heads. If you're not one of them, but you'd like to learn, our experts offer some tips on how to start.
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Facebook Sets IPO Pricing Between $28 And $35

With that price range the social network is valuing itself between $77 billion and $96 billion.
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Congressman Calls For Hearing On Google Street View Data Collection

Google is facing renewed questions after a report revealed its Street View vehicles' data collection was not accidental.
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Argentina Takes Over Spanish Energy Firm YPF

The governments of Bolivia and Argentina have recently seized privately-owned Spanish companies and nationalized them. Members of Argentina's congress are expected to support the president's expropriation.

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