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5 Cool Facts About the Dollar Bill - Happy National Dollar Day

Check out these hidden messages in your wallet.

Tuesday Turnaround: Oil Lawsuits, Spotify and Hertz

Let's go over some of the news from Tuesday.

Al Gore: We Are Gaining on the Climate Change Issue

More than ten years after the release of his seminal documentary "An Inconvenient Truth", Former Vice President Al Gore is still knee-deep in the fight against climate change.

Women on Wall St: Meet the First Woman To Be President of an Exchange

For Women's History Month, Alpha Rising is showcasing the women that have conquered Wall St. Today, meet Rosemary McFadden, the first woman to be president of a stock or futures exchange.

Watch: Waste Management's Push to Zero Waste

AAP Holding Waste Management is on a mission to have zero waste in our world. Watch to see how they aim to achieve just that.

Video: Shopping Online with Your Holiday Gift Cards? Beware of This Dirty Secret

Using all those gift cards you got this holiday to catch some post-Christmas sales? Well be careful. Not every deal is as good as it looks! Watch this 60 Second Tip by Tracy Byrnes to find out more about online shopping's dirty little tax secret.

CES 2018: Intel CEO Was The First Passenger In The Volocopter

Intel has become a strategic partner with German Air Taxi company Volocopter, to create an autonomous air taxi. And Intel CEO Brian Krzanich was its very first passenger.

Planet Fitness CEO: Here Comes 4,000 Discount Gyms

Planet Fitness continues to be a growth juggernaut. The discount gym's CEO Chris Rondeau tells TheStreet he still believes the company can have more than 4,000 locations open at some point.

GreenPower Makes Taking the Bus Way Greener With Electric Models

What if you never had to drive behind the smog-producing school bus ever again? GreenPower wants to make that the norm with their lineup of electric powered buses.

Put Denim in Your Walls and Get Healthy

We got an inside look at all the recyclable materials used to build the Women and Children's Hospital at Hackensack University Medical Center in NJ. It turns out, you can use the same materials to remove carcinogens from your home.