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No One Wants To Buy An Office Building Shaped Like A Giant Picnic Basket

For some reason, no one wants to buy this $5 million picnic basket office building.
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What would Yogi Bear do?: No one wants to buy this $5 million office building, and it might have something to do with the fact that it's shaped like a giant picnic basket, and is located 40 miles from the nearest major city.

Shocker: Apple confirmed the world's worst-kept secret this week when it announced that the iPhone 7 will start at $649 — and no, there's no headphone jack. 

Don't do it: If you're an ITT Tech student wondering what to do next, you should know that you should not be paying for loan consolidation, discharge, or transfer help.  

Getting creative: EMTs in Washington state are saving lives and money by carrying around a $20 alternative to the expensive EpiPen.

Settling up: Wells Fargo is on the hook for $185 million after an enforcement action found that employees regularly misused customers’ personal information,opening nearly two million unwanted accounts.

“It is my belief that as much unclassified material as possible from these investigations ought to be made public." — Rep. Bob Pascrell (NJ), who's seeking FBI documents from the financial crash so he can see why no bank executives were arrested. 

"You might see it three or four miles off before you come around the bend, and then you say, 'That is a basket. That is unquestionably a basket.’” —JRJR Networks employee speaking with Bloomberg about an oddly-shaped office building.
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