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Stocks: It's report card time on Wall Street

We're heading into the heart of the earnings season this week. It's a reality check on the health of the economy and where the markets stand ... and maybe where they'll go.

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General Mills reverses course on right to sue after backlash

Last week the company posted new legal terms to its website that some read as eliminating customers' right to sue the company.

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Pope Francis challenges the free market

Pope Francis was not as overt in calling out the greedy in his 2014 Easter message as he was last year.

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Wealthy investors flock to fine art funds

Wealthy investors looking to diversify beyond stocks and bonds are now turning to an unusual money-making vehicle -- the art investment fund.

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Whole Foods recalls croissants

Whole Foods Markets is recalling mini butter croissants sold in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana because they contain eggs, an undeclared allergen.

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Alfa Romeo returns to America... at last

Following a nearly 20 year absence Alfa Romeo is returning to the United States market with the 4C, an exotic-looking two-seat sports car that made its American debut at the New York Auto Show.

Alfa's return has been seriously discussed ever since…

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Freebie Friday: Easter weekend, Earth Day events

It's Easter weekend which means Easter egg hunts for the kids, plus Earth Day celebrations and more in this week's Freebie Friday.

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Your Internet security relies on a few volunteers

Last week's Heartbleed Internet bug revealed a startling fact. The software protecting banks, email, social media and government is maintained by only a few people. They're all volunteers. And only one does it as a full-time job.

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Vacation rental warning

Renting someone's home for a vacation instead of staying in a pricey hotel is a huge travel trend right now. But vacation rentals can come with some risk.

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NBA player to open Hooters in Russia

Andrei Kirilenko, the National Basketball Association player known as AK-47, plans to open five Hooters franchise restaurants in his native Russia.

Kirilenko, a player for the Brooklyn Nets, told CNNMoney his first restaurant will open in Moscow on…

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