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Contractors, cars and debt collectors top U.S. consumer complaints: survey

(Reuters) - U.S. consumers always complain about pushy car salesmen and debt collectors, but in 2012 they also faced an array of new and sometimes surprising challenges - like getting hit with fees just for questioning their bills, according to a recent survey. Full story

NM corrections to target inmate online profiles

Preston Blake says he's a "down to earth, mature and serious man." In on online profile, he sports a shirtless photo of himself while smiling and flexing his right, chiseled arm. "I'm solid, real, in a world full of fake," the 31-year-old describes himself. Full story

TD Ameritrade celebrating new Omaha headquarters

Online brokerage TD Ameritrade celebrated its new $250 million headquarters building in Omaha Wednesday that's making it easier for employees to collaborate and keeping the company's energy bills manageable. Full story

Aereo's threat to broadcast tv

   Chet Kanojia, Aereo CEO, discusses his plans to capture additional market share of television viewers despite fierce competition from network and Internet giants like Time Warner Cable, CBS and Google.

Research shows heightened rudeness

Cyber bullying and online rudeness are a big part of the problem according to the latest research. People say they encounter rudeness at least twice a day. Full story

Comcast's second-quarter profit, revenue rises

(Reuters) - Comcast Corp posted a higher quarterly profit on Wednesday, as it added more Internet customers than expected on the cable side and saw a more than 20 percent increase in operating cash flow at its NBC Universal unit. Full story

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  Click3: The Chicago Tribune's adorable online fail

Chris Hayes shares the three most awesomest things on the Internet for Wednesday: The Kremlin claims Vladimir Putin caught a 46 pound pike; Chris Kluwe uses Google Glass at Raiders training camp; and The Chicago Tribune has the most adorable online fail.

  Amazon goes on hiring spree

The “Squawk on the Street” crew discuss the Internet giant’s plans to fill 7,000 jobs in 13 states, beefing up staff in its warehouse and customer service divisions.

  Amazon to add thousands of new jobs in US

The online retailing giant says it will add 5,000 new full time jobs to its U.S. distribution centers to meet demand in 13 states.

  What will be the effect of the Manning verdict?

As a verdict becomes more imminent in the military trial of Bradley Manning, the army private who is accused of giving 700,000 documents to Wikileaks, questions turn to the possible repercussions from the verdict. David Sirota from Salon and artist and activist Clark Stoeckley discuss with MSNBC’s A

  Anthony Weiner loses lead in race for NYC mayor

The former congressman, running in the primary to be New York City's mayor, offered new specifics about how many women he sexted after resigning in 2011, saying “I don’t believe I had any more than three” conversations. NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell reports.

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Softbank Corp President Masayoshi Son speaks during news conference in Tokyo
Softbank Corp President Masayoshi Son speaks during news conference in Tokyo

Softbank Corp President Masayoshi Son speaks during a news conference in Tokyo July 30, 2013. Japan's SoftBank Corp is on course for a record annual profit after first-quarter earnings doubled and its billionaire founder looks to expand his Internet empire after buying a U.S. mobile carrier while hi

Softbank Corp President Masayoshi Son speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Softbank Corp President Masayoshi Son speaks during a news conference in Tokyo

Softbank Corp President Masayoshi Son speaks during a news conference in Tokyo July 30, 2013. Japan's SoftBank Corp is on course for a record annual profit after first-quarter earnings doubled and its billionaire founder looks to expand his Internet empire after buying a U.S. mobile carrier while hi