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WeWork puts its stamp on more than office space, but profits remain hard to come by

WeWork is opening at least twenty buildings a month and putting its brand on everything from sweatshirts to schools , but profits remain elusive

Subway $5 Footlong is going away, but paninis may be coming

Other changes include bolder flavors, new decor and more locally-inspired foods and discount deals, according to Trevor Haynes, the current CEO.

Google leaked video could fuel Trump charges of anti-conservative bias

The video of an all-hands meeting after the presidential election could add new fuel to charges that Google is biased against Trump and conservatives.

Who needs a new iPhone? iOS 12 adds tools and features to freshen up your current device

iOS 12 software promises new features and tools for your iPhone and iPad, tackling everything from digital addiction to unwanted disturbances.

Yet another finance executive is leaving Tesla

Tesla vice president of worldwide finance Justin McAnear is leaving to pursue a chief financial officer role at another company.

Should I stop putting money in the stock market until after a correction? Ask a Fool

Should I stop putting money in the stock market until after a correction?

What the loss of credit card price protection means for consumers

Credit card companies are cutting back on some little-used perks, but adding more popular benefits that could be great for cardholders long-term.

Elon Musk apparently smoked marijuana in live podcast appearance with Joe Rogan

Tesla CEO Elon Musk appeared to smoke marijuana briefly on camera during a podcast appearance, fueling critics who say his behavior is concerning.

Equifax data breach: How to protect yourself beyond a credit freeze

Putting a deep freeze on your three major credit reports is a good way to block fraudsters from opening loans in your name. But it’s incomplete.

Happy Labor Day, indeed: A majority of U.S. workers are satisfied with their jobs

But despite a general uptick in employee contentment, there are still several pain points that most employers should be looking to address.