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MoviePass / Fail?
If you pay MoviePass 10 dollars a month, you can go to the movies every day. Great for customers, but hard on a company's bottom line. Today on the show, what's the plan, MoviePass?

The Troubling News Student Loan Borrowers Need To Know About
Why borrowers who thought they were eligible for this government program may no longer be.

How to have a better relationship with money
If you find yourself in a love-hate relationship with money, here's how to get back on track.

IndiGo hikes charges for excess baggage by 33%
Those pre-booking their baggage will now have to shell out Rs 1,900; Rs 3,800; Rs 5,700 and Rs 11,400 for 5,10,15 and 30 kg baggage in excess of the 15 kg, Times of India reported.

Exclusive - After Islamic State defeat, broken Iraqi farmers weigh heavy losses
By Michael Georgy and Maha El Dahan QARAQOSH, Iraq/ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Sami Yuhanna was making a decent living as a wheat farmer until a jihadist put a gun to his head and declared his land in Iraq's Nineveh province the property of Islamic State. An army offensive has cleared the militants from the eastern half of the provincial capital, Mosul, and nearby towns and villages like Qaraqosh, home to Yuhanna's fields.

Gold loses sheen, silver declines on subdued offtake
Gold loses sheen, silver declines on subdued offtake Gold prices dropped by Rs 25 to close at Rs 31,265 per 10 grams at the domestic bullion market here today on subdued offtake from stockists and jewellers coupled with lack of local buying interests, even as it strengthened overseas.