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CBS News - Business

For working moms, coronavirus can take a toll on careers -- Increased childcare duties during the pandemic usually falls on mothers, forcing them to sacrifice jobs and income.

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Zuckerberg on Breonna Taylor's death: No one "held accountable" -- America's criminal justice system "needs to be changed," Facebook CEO tells employees in remarks about Taylor's death.

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Social Security's 2021 increase may be among smallest ever -- Projected 1.3% bump would come after Social Security benefits have lost almost one-third of their buying power.

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Housing shortage fuels rising cost of homes in America -- The median price​ of a townhouse, home or condo soared above $300,000 for the first time over the summer.

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As fossil fuel jobs falter, renewables come to the rescue -- "People don't realize it, but there is a 100% renewable revolution going on right underneath our feet."

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Will COVID-19 kill the holiday shopping season? -- With economy still fragile, many Americans are expected to keep a lid on spending this year.

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Company to pay $60 million for deceptive pelvic mesh marketing -- C.R. Bard failed to inform women of "serious and life-altering risks" related to permanent pelvic mesh devices.

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Apple temporarily drops App Store fee for online events -- Tech giant suspends its 30% charge for businesses that use the company's app platform to sell online events.

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Some sparkling water brands have PFAS chemicals, study finds -- PFAS, sometimes called "forever" chemicals, aren't federally regulated and may have adverse health effects.

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Justice Department seeks immediate ban on WeChat in U.S. -- The Trump administration claims the Chinese-owned messaging service is a threat to national security.

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Berkeley poised to ban junk food in store checkout aisles -- California city may become first in U.S. to prohibit displays of unhealthy snacks for shoppers waiting to pay.

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Racism has cost the U.S. $16 trillion, Citigroup finds -- Quantifying the economic impact of racial inequality shows the steep toll it takes on America's growth.

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Google's owner to pay $310 million to settle misconduct claims -- Ex-Google executive Andy Rubin, who had been accused of harassment, got a $90 million severance payment.

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Coronavirus and the housing market - CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger helps explain how coronavirus is impacting the housing market and how some sectors may actually be showing positive signs despite the pandemic. Sep 23 - 04:05

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TikTok "Benadryl Challenge" prompts FDA warning on overdoses -- Agency cites reports of teens hospitalized or dead from misuse of allergy medication in an attempt to get high.

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Apron company's "Wake Up & Fight" masks become a call to action -- COVID-19 forced Ellen Bennett to reinvent the way she runs her kitchen wear business. Her new mantra: "Do less better."

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The artists here aren't retiring, they're inspiring -- You won't find any "old fogies" at Fogue Studios in Seattle. The artists here aren't retiring, they're inspiring.

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ChewBox is reimagining food delivery as a "vehicle of social justice" -- Celebrity chef Roy Choi and the ChewBox team are merging tech with the spirit of generosity to help restore hope in Los Angeles' marginalized communities.

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Preserving history during a pandemic -- He demos old barns and structures and turns them into something beautiful - one piece of reclaimed wood at a time.

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Bookstore owners urge readers to go "beyond the book" -- The bookstore said it has championed black authors and stories of the African diaspora for 13 years.

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More Americans are working into old age -- A growing swath of seniors are working beyond 65, with many needing to supplement their paltry retirement savings.

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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

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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

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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

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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

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