MoneyWatch - CBSNews.com 9 April 2018

Body parts of threatened wildlife sold on Facebook, complaint alleges

Advertisements for well-known American corporations are appearing on group pages who sell elephant ivory, rhino horn and tiger teeth

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Laura Ingraham returns, with far fewer advertisers

The Fox News host's show lost around of half its ad minutes after her tweet that mocked Parkland survivor David Hogg

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Why cereal companies are returning to sugar

Though today's health trends favor less sugar, many cereals are making a sweet switch back to their sugary ways

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Federal deficit to blow past $1 trillion sooner than expected

Congressional Budget Office says tax cuts, increased federal spending will widen the government budget gap

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Court rules in case about gender pay gap

An 11-judge panel says pay differences for the same work based on prior salaries were discriminatory under the federal Equal Pay Act

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Former manager says he warned Facebook about privacy risks in 2012

Sandy Parakilas says the social media giant's platform "wasn't built with the safety of users in mind"

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First look at the 2019 Chevy Camaro

General Motors has taken extraordinary measures to keep the reboot of the classic a secret

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Apple co-founder protests Facebook by closing his account

Steve Wozniak criticized the service for profiting from its users' personal data yet offering few controls

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Why Mozilla and Sonos pulled ads off Facebook

Last year virtually all of Facebook's revenue came from advertisements; some companies have begun pulling millions in ads from platform

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Trump seeks to ease fears about trade war with China

Beijing has threatened to retaliate if Washington follows through with its proposed tariffs, even as Trump emphasized his bond with President Xi Jinping

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How to find out if your Facebook data was given to Cambridge Analytica

More than 80 million Facebook users will get a detailed message on their news feeds starting Monday

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