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John Sculley’s plans for changing the world … again

At the time, Sculley had risen through the ranks of Pepsi-Cola to become the brand's youngest president.Now, decades after that initial conversation, Apple's (AAPL) yearly revenue has grown from $1 billion to more than $233 billion in 2015.

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Inside the risky, jet-setting world of credit-card churning

Miller, a programmer, and his wife took out two Southwest Airlines rewards cards that came with 50,000-point signup bonuses.So, along the way, they also used points from a hotel credit card to cover overnight stays near the airport before and after their flights.

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McDonald's Brings Back Mighty Wings

A company spokeswoman told TheStreet that McDonald's recently brought back Mighty Wings as a limited-time offering at 285 restaurants throughout Atlanta.The bone-in chicken wings, with a somewhat spicy breading, are available until mid-June.

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How Foursquare knew before almost anyone how bad things were for Chipotle

But two weeks earlier, an unlikely source —the social media app Foursquare — had beat Chipotle to the punch, that the burrito maker’s sales would drop nearly 30 percent.” Clients that buy Foursquare’s data to glean insights include retailers, real estate developers, Wall Street traders and consumer package-goods companies.

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Forbes' wealthiest women in the world 2016

With the global economy in turmoil in early 2016, women struggled to maintain their share of the Forbes list of the World’s Billionaires.Over the past year, six women billionaires died and the fortunes of 31 fell below $1 billion.

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It's OK not to use a smartphone

Here’s something the high-tech world doesn’t readily admit: It’s OK not to use a smartphone.Americans are actually buying more flip phones, candybar phones and other 2000s throwbacks.

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America's happiest (and most miserable) states

America's happiest (and most miserable) states Click through the slideshow above to see America's happiest (and most miserable) states, ranked from happiest to saddest.for the complete report and methodology According to Witters, “if you look at the high well-being states.