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2018-01-03 02:28:56 AM  
These are the Final rounds for the Headline of the Year for each tab.

Voting will remain open until Monday, January 8, 2018 13:00:00 Eastern Time.

Enjoy reading and voting!
2018-01-03 02:33:02 AM  
Soylent introduces new flavors, which vary from person to person

2018-01-03 02:33:05 AM  
Millions of Cuisinarts recalled due to oral lacerations. What are you pervs doing with your kitchen appliances, anyway?

2018-01-03 02:33:08 AM  
Bumble Bee Foods exec pleads guilty in tuna price fixing scheme, will avoid time in the can

2018-01-03 02:33:11 AM  
Alaska Air finalizes its purchase of Virgin America. Both airlines will continue to operate under their own brands, because the name Frigidaire was already taken

2018-01-03 02:33:15 AM  
Amazon to open a store that is staffed with only three human workers, hopefully not to be confused with Sears

2018-01-03 02:33:18 AM  
NFL and CBS discuss ways to make games shorter. Atlanta Falcons immediately suggest ending their games after the first half

2018-01-03 02:33:21 AM  
Campbell's Soup is betting on digital transformation of the company to help increase sales. Letters in their alphabet soup to be replaced with a bunch of 1's and 0's

2018-01-03 02:33:24 AM  
Hearings in Seattle about cause of trawler sinking in Bering Sea. My money's on water

2018-01-03 02:33:27 AM  
1,000 people show up for the opening of the nation's largest IKEA store. There would have been more but many got lost following IKEA's directions on how to get there

2018-01-03 02:33:30 AM  
Italy's government set to bail out the world's oldest bank, will assume 37 chariot loans, mortgages on 6 bathhouses. 2 vineyards

2018-01-03 02:33:33 AM  
Starbucks CEO steps down, so you'll have to get by with the other 50 Starbucks CEOs within walking distance

2018-01-03 02:33:36 AM  
2018-01-03 02:33:40 AM  
Large vehicle recall order due to Dodge Ram jam. Black Betty bam-a-lammed

2018-01-03 02:33:43 AM  
90,000 pounds of breakfast sausage recalled. Discussion to the right. Links to the left

2018-01-03 02:33:46 AM  
Ford recalls trucks with faulty PARK transmission settings, because that's the way they roll

2018-01-03 02:33:49 AM  
Tiffany shines as 4Q profit beats expectations. Debbie Gibson slightly jealous

2018-01-03 02:33:52 AM  
Texas Instruments graphing calculators being replaced by free online math tool. Company foresees severe 535507

2018-01-03 02:33:55 AM  
2018-01-03 02:33:58 AM  
Industrial metals are diving. Good thing I diversified my Nine Inch Nails portfolio into smooth jazz

2018-01-03 02:34:01 AM  
Blockbuster drugs are dead, but back in the day they were the only way to enjoy movies made in the 90s

2018-01-03 02:34:05 AM  
Cubs World Series win cost Chicago $18.8 million in overtime. Which isn't a big deal considering it breaks down to an amortization rate of only $174,000 when spread over 108 years

2018-01-03 02:34:08 AM  
Solar industry is creating jobs 17 times faster than the rest of the US economy. The sun is there

2018-01-03 02:34:11 AM  
Court rules that websites can take information from other websites, then manipulate it and re-purpose it under a different headline. Someone is going to be so farked

2018-01-03 02:34:14 AM  
Time, Inc. cuts 300 jobs due to the declining print business. Apparently they are slowly accepting the eventual end of Time, ink

2018-01-03 02:34:17 AM  
Anheuser-Busch stops brewing beer to send canned water to Houston. It can be identified by the brand names Natural Lite or Bud Lite

2018-01-03 02:34:20 AM  
China beats economic growth expectations, dissidents

2018-01-03 02:34:23 AM  
World's largest Ferris Wheel (630' high) nears completion in Dubai. Because when it's 110 degrees outside, why not try to get closer to the sun?

2018-01-03 02:34:26 AM  
Tata Group looking to buy an airline. Hooters Air spokesperson unavailable for comment

2018-01-03 02:34:30 AM  
Chris Christie breaks ground on a $2.4 billion Newark Airport terminal project. Although to be fair, this also happens when Christie takes more than a few steps

2018-01-03 02:34:33 AM  
Chipotle CEO: "We believe someone was working while sick." So, follow-up question: Do you offer paid sick time?

2018-01-03 02:34:36 AM  
If the meal that you eat has an eel for the meat, that's a moray

2018-01-03 02:34:39 AM  
Three people hurt in sausage truck collision. Discussion to the right, links to the left

2018-01-03 02:34:42 AM  
Nickel prices keep plugging along, are the highest they've been in almost 6 quarters

2018-01-03 02:34:45 AM  
It was thirty years ago today, when the markets were in disarray. Every trader had a certain style, but Black Monday took away their smiles. So may I introduce to you, the act you've known for all these years: Sgt. Bloomberg's Lonely Hedge Fund Band

2018-01-03 02:34:48 AM  
Nordstrom experiments with stores that carry no merchandise. Kmart/Sears: Trust us. It doesn't work

2018-01-03 02:34:51 AM  

2018-01-03 02:34:55 AM  
♫ It's name is Rio and it digs up lots of sand / It lost 3 billion dollars in a deal gone bad / Accounting cover-ups to hide the loss were planned / Oh, Rio Tinto's facing lawsuits for the scam ♫

2018-01-03 02:34:58 AM  
Target says customers want it to stop the 'Christmas Creep.' Look, just because I do things there while wearing a Santa Claus hat doesn't give people the right to call me names

2018-01-03 02:35:01 AM  

2018-01-03 11:24:53 AM  

Headline of the Year candidate: NFL and CBS discuss ways to make games shorter. Atlanta Falcons immediately suggest ending their games after the first half


Guessing that Cleveland Browns are also interested.
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