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Biz Break: Google search avoids antitrust charges, SunPower deal leads to solar rise

Today: The FTC comes to an agreement with Google on some charges, but says its core search business does not break U.S. antitrust laws. Also: SunPower zooms higher after selling solar projects, helping the entire sector, as markets trend down.

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Ready for a Break from Politics? Not So Fast.

In the wake of a long, drawn-out and bitterly contested presidential election, it’s tempting to turn our backs and wash our hands of all things political for a while. But for small business owners and entrepreneurs, that would be a mistake.

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Competition in the pensions race begins to hot up

Picking pension provider winners from the auto-enrolment race card is going to be tricky. All agree it is a game changer to create a new market of eight million consumers over five years, but as the starting gun fired last month, forecasting who might break the tape is not straightforward.

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Senate may go on recess without passing cyber bill

The Senate could leave town this week for a monthlong break without passing legislation to protect the U.S. electrical grid, water supplies and other critical industries from cyberattack and electronic espionage.

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A new beginning: wine grape buds break on one-year anniversary of devastating frost

It was a year ago Sunday and Monday San Luis Obispo County vineyard owners saw two days of devastating frost that cost millions of dollars in damage.

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How you break digital law daily

You share music, rip DVDs and much more in your regular online activities and more often than not, you do these things without realizing you're actually breaking the law. Here's a look at how you're inevitably circumventing copyright law and what you can do to protect yourself.

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With Congress on break, SOPA fight continues

Members of Congress may be on vacation, but that hasn’t calmed critics who say an effort to stamp out online piracy would create an unprecedented threat to free speech on the Internet.

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