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Headlines: Forbes.com
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Ryan, Kline, And Upton Unveil More Specifics About Obamacare Supreme Court Contingency Plans
Yesterday, three key Republican senators on health care issues published an op-ed in which they outlined the broad principles of how they would address potential outcomes in the big Obamacare Supreme Court case, King v. Burwell. Today, three House Republican leaders?Paul Ryan (Wisc.), John Kline (Minn.), and Fred Upton (Mich.)?unveiled their own plan, with important new details. It?s a significant step forward.
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Personal Finance: Forbes.com
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•  Starter Apps For Your Budget
Countless apps and sites promise to get your financial life in order. Which one might work for you is largely a matter of taste.
•  Survey: 8 In 10 Americans Experienced A Financial Shock Last Year
The picture of financial stability in America is bleak, with dividing lines apparent by level of education, income and wealth, according to a Pew report.
•  How To Halt A 401(k) Rip-Off
It's often difficult to spot a 401(k) rip-off. But it can be even more difficult to stop the pilfering.
•  10 Steps To Boost Your 401(k) Balance
The maximum amount an individual can save in a 401(k) for 2014 is $17,500 a year, or $23,000 if you're 50 or older. If that's attainable, go for it. If it sounds like a long shot, consider these smaller moves that can help get you to a bigger 401(k) balance.
•  How Will Net Neutrality Affect Consumers?
The laws that regulate industry structure – how much control rests in the hands of rivals -- and corporate conduct – the way rivals battle for share -- can be boiled down to one idea: competition is good for consumers and small companies.
•  3 Ways To Keep Hazards From Ruining Retirement
How to prepare for those inevitable financial bumps in the road.



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Technology: NYTimes
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•  Hillary Clinton Used Personal Email at State Dept., Possibly Breaking Rules
•  Bits Blog: Mark Zuckerberg Goes on Charm Offensive for Internet.org
•  Bits Blog: Silicon Valley Shuttle Drivers Vote to Join Union


Technology: Forbes.com
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•  Google Announces Mobile Payments Platform Android Pay
•  Barracuda Wants To Disrupt The eSignature Market--Bargain Price Is A Start
•  HP Rides Aruba's Wave Into Contextual Networking

Technology: Wired
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•  Plague, Fleas, and the Rats of New York City
•  Kleiner Partner Didn?t Immediately Investigate Harassment
•  How Global Warming Helped Cause the Syrian War


Software News: The Register
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•  Tinder puts a high price on nookie for oldies
•  IBM continues fanboi courtship with fresh crop of iOS apps
•  Google's 'encrypted-by-default' Android is NOT encrypting by default

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•  How a Kickstarter Project Can Massively Exceed Its Funding Goals and Still Fail
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Enterprise: The Register
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•  Chasing pennies, Sony, Microsoft and smartphone biz rivals retreat to mid-range
•  Google's 'encrypted-by-default' Android is NOT encrypting by default
•  NXP snaps up Freescale to form new chipzilla



 



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