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Oops! Retailer hails independent Scotland

Customers of an online furniture retailer may have woken up Friday thinking Scotland had voted in favor of independence.

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Markets rally as Scotland votes to stay

Investors breathed a deep sigh of relief Friday as Scotland voted to stay in the United Kingdom, averting months of turmoil that would have hurt the economy.

Results from the historic referendum showed 55% voted against independence in Thursday's…

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Retirement savings gap widens between rich and poor

When it comes to retirement savings, the gap between the rich and poor is growing dramatically.

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What's in a Pumpkin Spice Latte?

It is not even officially fall, but for coffee shops pumpkin spice latte season is already in full swing.

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Customers camp out at Houston Apple Store to get new...

The line around the Apple Store in Highland Village on Wednesday grew just as fast as the anticipation for the release of the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

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Amazon

Amazon releases new Fire tablets, e-readers

Amazon has released a new set of tablets and e-readers. A $79 Kindle and the Kindle Voyage are the company's new e-reader offerings.

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SURE Architecture

Could this futuristic building house an entire city?

Ambitious plans for a "city in the city" skyscraper that could house apartments, offices, shops and parks have been revealed.

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Restaurant Report Card: Roaches, slime and dead mice

Inspectors found roach infestations, off-temperature food and slime at various restaurants around Houston.

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REUTERS/Carlos Barria

It's official: Alibaba prices at $68

Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant, secured its place in history Thursday as the largest U.S.-listed initial public offering (IPO) of all time.

The stock priced at $68 per share. That's at the top of the expected range, signaling strong demand.…

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Larry Ellison stepping down as Oracle CEO

Larry Ellison is stepping down as Oracle's CEO, a position he has held at the company since he founded it in 1977.

Ellison is the world's top-paid CEO, bringing in $78.4 million last year. Technically, his salary is only $1 -- he gets paid in…

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