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Monday, September 16, 2019 12:13 PM ET

CBS News - Business

UAW hits GM with nationwide strike -- Wages and health care are among the top issues as the walkout by some 46,000 workers hits 55 facilities; contract talks are slated to resume in the morning

6 hours ago

Kaepernick's Nike commercial wins Emmy -- More than a year after the controversial ad first aired, it is being recognized as one of television's best commercials

2 hours ago

Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy -- Move was expected as part of landmark settlement with many state and local governments of lawsuit over toll opioid crisis has taken on nation

4 hours ago

Even with bankruptcy, Purdue Pharma may not be off hook -- Some states plan to object to a settlement in bankruptcy court and may pursue lawsuits against the Sackler family

3 hours ago

New York governor announces ban on flavored e-cigarettes -- Cuomo's executive action comes as the Trump administration is trying to ban flavored vaping products from the market

23 hours ago

Zantac contains a cancer-causing chemical, FDA says -- U.S. agency found low levels of a "probable" cancer-causing chemical in Zantac and generic heartburn medications -- Sep 14

1 day ago

California's "Uber law" to affect far more than Uber -- Proposed law could change the working lives of truckers, house cleaners, janitors and even freelance writers -- Sep 13

1 day ago

Hilton hotels expands paid leave for new parents -- Company to offer 12 weeks paid time off for birth mothers and four weeks for dads -- same for maids as for execs

1 hour ago

Oil prices spike as Trump admin. blames Iran for attack on Saudi Arabia -- Two Trump cabinet members have now blamed Iran for an attack on Saudi oil facilities that could force the U.S. to dip into its strategic reserve -- updated 58M ago

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UAW to resume talks with GM, but still plan to strike -- United Auto Workers official had said the union's General Motors workers would strike if the automaker "refuses to give even an inch" in contract negotiations

14 hours ago

$1.25 million toilet stolen from Winston Churchill's birthplace -- Police said the toilet was taken early Saturday by thieves who used at least two vehicles -- Sep 14

21 hours ago

General Motors could face first strike in 12 years -- The automaker is facing a weekend deadline to hammer out a new contract with the United Auto Workers -- Sep 14

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Whole Foods dropping health care for part-time workers -- The high-end grocery chain, owned by Amazon, will cut health insurance for about 1,900 workers -- Sep 13

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"Dark web" hackers could target gas pumps -- The burgeoning "Internet of Things" connects consumers to the web through everyday devices - where hackers lurk -- Sep 13

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PG&E reaches $11B settement with insurers over California wildfires -- The deal covers just half of the $20 billion insurance companies wanted, and needs to be approved by a bankruptcy court -- Sep 13

2 days ago

Family entrepreneurs turn a head injury into an opportunity -- GooseEgged makes hands-free ice packs in the shape of unicorns and sharks that can stay put on active kids

4 days ago

He wants to end "energy poverty" around the globe -- More than 1 billion people worldwide don't have access to electricity. Henry Louie wants to change that with microgrids.

3 months ago

Good Stock founder wants soup to taste great again -- Louisiana native Ben LeBlanc founded Good Stock Soups after not finding quality alternatives in New York City

4 days ago

For small businesses, the right payroll system can deliver big benefits -- Setting up a proper payroll system can spell the difference between success and failure for small business owners

4 days ago

How business owners can solve cash flow problems -- Cash flow challenges are common for businesses, but preserving capital can keep operations running when problems arise

4 days ago

How gig economy workers can save for retirement -- Several types of plans are available, but figuring out which one is right for you can be confusing, so here's some help

2 months ago

When delaying your Social Security benefits pays off -- The impact of your age when you begin collecting benefits can be more financially significant than you think

2 months ago

Claiming Social Security too early costs Americans $3.4 trillion -- Only 4% of retirees claim the benefit at the optimal time. Everyone else is losing out on $111,000 per household

2 months ago

Hardship withdrawals from your company's 401(k) -- The rules for hardship withdrawals are strict and the costs of taking money from your future retirement can be sky-high

3 months ago

What to do in your 20s and 30s to be set in your 60s and 70s -- Millennials take note: The key to retiring on time is starting to save money early. Follow this advice from experts

3 months ago

Popular - "Transparent" stars talk musical finale - Judith Light and Jay Duplass joined CBSN to discuss the series finale to Amazon Prime Video's Emmy-winning show, "Transparent." updated 1M ago - 12:36

23 minutes ago

Marie Osmond talks about joining "The Talk" -- Marie Osmond, co-host of "The Talk" on CBS, joined CBSN to discuss her new role on the daytime talk show and her diverse career. -- updated 8M ago

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Drinking culture and American kids -- On America's college campuses, there are epidemics we talk about and those we don't. When sexual assaults or fraternity hazing deaths make headlines, court cases follow and new rules are enacted, but less attention is paid to an underlying issue - binge drinking culture. CBSN Originals explores how drinking to excess is not only considered normal, but cool, and how for many young people "blacking out" is less a rarity than an every weekend occurrence - with grave consequences. -- Sep 5

4 days ago

"Tent courts" open along southern U.S. border -- The Trump administration is opening "tent courts" today to review cases from asylum-seekers affected by the president's "Remain in Mexico" policy. CBS News correspondent Mireya Villarreal is outside one of the tent courts in Brownville, Texas, with more on the conditions migrants are living in as they await asylum hearings. -- updated 4M ago

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What you need to know about climate change -- A new CBS News poll finds a majority of Americans think action needs to be taken right now to address climate change. Leading up to the UN's Climate Summit on September 23rd, CBS News is joining over 250 news organizations committing to a week of climate coverage. CBS News climate and weather contributor Jeff Berardelli joined CBSN to discuss the basic facts underlying the issue. -- updated 25M ago

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