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Past articles by Susanna:

Surprisingly Helpful Baby Products for New Parents

The market for baby care products is worth billions of dollars, so it's no wonder new parents can be overwhelmed by the the selection of baby gadgets and playthings. Besides the obvious "need-to-have" diapers and baby bottles, there are some "nice-to-have" products for parents, depending on your... → Read More

San Francisco May See Health Warnings on Some Soda Ads This Summer

A court denied a move to block the city law enacted last year. → Read More

Owen Labrie Released on Bail in Prep School Sex Assault Case

Former prep school student Owen Labrie, who was convicted of sexually assaulting a classmate, was released on bail today and has to submit to electronic monitoring. During a trial last year, Labrie was accused of raping a 15-year-old female student at New Hampshire's elite St. Paul's School in... → Read More

NFL's Atlanta Falcons Putting an End to Price Gouging on Concession Food

The team's new stadium will sell hot dogs for $2 and beer for $5. → Read More

Google Will Ban Ads for Payday Loans

From Yahoo: "When reviewing our policies, research has shown that these loans can result in unaffordable payment and high default rates for users so we will be updating our policies globally to reflect that," Google's Director, Global Product Policy, David Graff wrote in a blog post. The association argues that the need for short-term credit products, such as payday loans, may help the 24… → Read More

Netflix Delaying Price Hike for Some Customers on Rolling Basis

Netflix's price increase that was expected this month has been delayed on a rolling basis. Netflix had announced there would be a price increase starting in May 2014 for its high-definition streaming plan. Netflix users' billing pages previously showed their plan price was guaranteed through May 9. → Read More

Hyperloop One Completes 1st Public Test of Futuristic Transportation System

The public got its first glimpse at the futuristic transportation system. → Read More

Facebook Responds to Allegations Company Suppressed Conservative News

From Yahoo: Following accusations that employees of the company actively suppressed conservative news, Facebook has responded saying it has "rigorous" guidelines in place to ensure neutrality for its trending lists. Tech website Gizmodo reported today that Facebook "news curators" were instructed to artificially "inject" selected stories into Facebook's "Trending Topics" list, which appears in… → Read More

Twitter Blocks Intelligence Agencies From Tweet-Mining Service for Surveillance

Twitter is blocking intelligence and government agencies from using the service. → Read More

What April's Jobs Report Means for College Grads

Hiring in the U.S. slowed last month as employers added significantly fewer jobs than expected in April, but college grads are still about to enter the best job market in a decade. Employers added only 160,000 jobs in April, lower than the 200,000 many economists had predicted. The unemployment... → Read More

Netflix Tests Reveal Movie Photos Are What Really Influence What We Watch

Netflix conducted tests on users and found the artwork matters the most. → Read More

Lawmakers Urge FTC to Investigate 'Dark Money' Group Attacking Consumer Watchdog Group

One group has spent $58,000 attacking the government agency. → Read More

Powerball Jackpot Swells to $348 Million for Wednesday's Drawing

Wednesday's drawing is the biggest since January's historic jackpot. → Read More

Texas Pizza Shop Forced to Change Name, Offers Year of Free Pizza for New One

Restaurant owners were told to change the name, so they're seeking a new one. → Read More

What Puerto Rico Needs From Congress Ahead of May 1 Debt Deadline

The territory probably won't get it, though. → Read More

The Pros and Cons of Goldman Sachs' No-Minimum Savings Account

Goldman Sachs, once vilified as a "great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity," has extended its reach to offer savings accounts with no minimum for opening one. The online savings account and certificate of deposits offered by subsidiary Goldman Sachs Bank, or GS Bank, is competing... → Read More

Prince Had No Known Will, His Sister Says

Prince's sister, Tyka Nelson, filed paperwork stating that she doesn't know if her late brother had a will or trust -- in which case she and his half-siblings could inherit his estate. Nelson, Prince's only full sibling, filed the documents today with Carver County probate court in Minneapolis. Prince died at his Paisley Park home in Chanhassen, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis, on April 21. → Read More

Chobani CEO Surprises Employees With Ownership Stake in the Company

Chobani's CEO Hamdi Ulukaya gave 2,000 full-time employees a surprise gift today in the form of an ownership stake in the company. Employees were handed white packets detailing how many shares they were given, based on tenure. The shares can be converted into stock or cash if the company goes... → Read More

New York City Building With 'Pool in the Sky' to Open This Year

By next year, the wealthiest New Yorkers will be able to swim 300-feet in the air in a swimming pool suspended between two towers. The 49-story American Copper Buildings will be completed next year at 626 First Avenue in Manhattan with a three-story skybridge. Residents in the copper-clad towers... → Read More

'Deflategate': New England Patriots Tom Brady's Suspension Reinstated

The Patriots' quarterback was suspended for the "deflategate" scandal last year. → Read More