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New York: Pizza from $1 to $1,000
99 Cents Fresh Pizza offers the most economical slice in NYC while Nino's Bellissima sells the most luxurious pie at $1,000.
Stephen King: 'Writing is hypnosis'
The horror author says writing is a form of self-hypnosis and having a daily routine helps him fall into a trance.
Why Amish businesses succeed
Amish businesses have a 95% success rate at staying open at least five years, according to research.
Chicago Merc hand signals: Dying art
Former CME trader Ryan Carlson explains some of the hand signals used on the floor.
Inside Hamburger University
McDonald's training course is more than flipping burgers.
Build credit at a young age
Starting young to build a solid credit history makes it easier to buy a home or car in the future.
FreshDirect: Tour their warehouse
See how the online grocer gets thousands of orders to its customers in New York City daily.
Labor Day's violent beginnings
The bloody Pullman strike in 1894 spurred the national holiday that recognizes American workers.
Private jets for small biz
Private jets allow businesses to save money and keep their schedules flexible.
Toyota driver's last 911 call
Relatives mourn the death of Chris Lastrella and his family in a fatal car accident after the accelerator pedal jammed.
From punk rocker to Sony exec
Stooges guitarist James Williamson talks about his journey from punk rock pioneer to Silicon Valley executive and back.
7-year-old artist a 'mini Monet'
The young painter has a waiting list of 700 art connoisseurs and recently sold 33 pieces in 27 minutes.
Jay-Z: One on one
CNNMoney's full interview with the hip-hop mogul about everything from his new book to Obama to how he makes money.
How much is your savings bond worth?
Just because your savings bonds have reached maturity doesn't mean they aren't paying interest; some still have very attractive yields.
Boies' secrets to success
Attorney David Boies discusses the intense preparation he goes through before trying a case in court.
Young financiers dish Wall Street
Three MBA students in their twenties, fresh off working in finance, say Wall Street isn't how it's depicted in the movies.
Nigeria's illegal oil refineries
Across delta swamps, oil thieves refine billions of dollars of stolen oil in makeshift operations resulting in frequent oil spills.
Buffett: China's growth is incredible
Buffett saw in China 'Government, management and labor all with a common goal and with a zeal and a passion for achieving that goal.'
Inside one of Amazon's busiest days
1,500 extra workers help Amazon.com handle the extra holiday orders at its Fernley, Nevada fulfillment center.
'09 grad a year later: Underemployed
2009 Villanova graduate Stephen Augustyn still hasn't found a full-time job, works multiple part-time, temp jobs while living at home.
100 years old - and still working!
George C. Seward celebrated his hundredth birthday this August and is still practicing law after taking his first bar exam in 1935.
Goldman loyalty: Client or firm?
Traders Fabrice Tourre and Joshua Birnbaum answer senators' questions about the responsibility investment banks have to reveal their trading positions.
Extreme frequent fliers
There's a whole community of people who fly just to rack up miles and get elite status.
Cuban: How to fix Wall St.
Mark Cuban says Washington responds after a crisis and needs to change to proactively watching trades.
Mr. T pities the fool without gold
Mr. T is shining as the spokesman for Gold Promise, a new cash-for-gold operation.
FDNY's new $27 million boat
The FDNY's new boat comes with 11 water cannons, decontamination chamber, speedboat and more.
Why SAS is the best place to work
Employees at this tech powerhouse, No. 1 on Fortune's Best Companies to Work For, can see a doctor and get a haircut on campus.
Azul Airlines, the Brazilian JetBlue
David Neeleman, founder and former CEO of JetBlue, took his concept to Brazil and built Azul, a local airline.
RV living on the streets of L.A.
Meet some people whose homes are campers in Venice, Calif.
REI to employees: Go out and play!
Outdoor gear retailer Recreational Equipment, No. 14 on Fortune's Best Companies to Work For, encourages its workers to test the products they sell.
Retirement savings catch-up
Even if you're close to retirement with no savings, making some dramatic changes can help you build a nest egg.
Vegas bets millions on mass transit
A new bus rapid transit system may help cut the traffic on the Las Vegas strip.
Meet Storm Chasers' wild ride
Air cannons, a hydraulic drop system and triple wind-shield wipers are just a few of the extras on the assault vehicle used by the Discovery Channel's thrill seeking team.
Making a $4,000 artificial eye
Ocularists help people look at life in a whole new way.
Starting a dinner delivery biz
Advertising executive quit her job to start a catering business that focuses on comfort food and home delivery.
How Redbox is gaining on Netflix
Redbox CEO Mitch Lowe says stocking only new release films gives his company an edge over Netflix and Blockbuster.
Second Life's real estate barons
A couple quit their daytime jobs to make a living from the stable housing market in Second Life.
The world's most expensive car
The 1936 Bugatti Atlantic 57SC has recently been sold at auction for around $30 million.
Selling Iron Man armor
An auction on April 18 sold props and costumes from the first Iron Man movie - including parts of the armor used on-screen.
Unemployed, kids and an empty fridge
Take a look into the lives of three women in Philadelphia struggling to feed themselves and their children.
See an oil rig in action
Senior writer Steve Hargreaves tours an offshore drill rig operating in shallow water off Louisiana's coast.
Japan's third lost decade?
Critics say another stimulus may not help Japan avoid another decade of stagnation.
Pond water to drinking water
Miox can scale its water-purification system from a handheld device up to industrial and municipal use.
Nvidia CEO to Intel: No settlement
Jen-Hsun Huang says his company has the bank account to go the distance in its legal dispute with Intel.
Buying a $250K house for $40K
As banks foreclose on homes nationwide, investors look to pick up cheap houses at auction.
Best Jobs: Building bridges
A civil engineer working on the new Willis Avenue bridge in NYC loves having one of Money's Best Jobs in America.
Detroit to demolish neighborhoods
To help clean up Detroit, Mayor David Bing has a plan to tear down abandoned homes and ask those living nearby to move.
Mark Cuban: Print is not dead
The president of HDNet shares his take on how people will consume media in the future.
Stephen King on e-books
The bestselling author and e-book pioneer says that the Internet may hurt book sales but content is more important than delivery method.
Buffett's sister gives it all away
Warren Buffet's sister Doris says she won't stop giving her money away until her checks stop clearing.
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