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The Supreme Court just made online shopping more expensive for consumers, and Amazon could dodge a bullet

This week, the Supreme Court ruled states can now force all online retailers to collect sales tax. While it could benefit state budgets, and brick-and-mortar stores, who could be hurt? CNBC’s “On the Money” asks retail expert Jan Kniffen what this change will mean for your future internet purchases.

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How to choose between an Amazon Echo, a Google Home and an Apple HomePod

Smart home assistants can be helpful for controlling everything from your music to your lights. Picking one can be hard. Here's how to choose between the Amazon Echo, the Google Home and the Apple HomePod.

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Iceland's World Cup goalkeeper is a filmmaker on the side—and he directed a commerical for Coca-Cola

Hannes Halldórsson found a way to pursue both his passions.

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Take a look inside Charleston's weirdest mansion — it's $5 million and it's hurricane-proof

Dubbed the "Eye of the Storm," the dome-shaped abode in Charleston, South Carolina was, "designed and built" to withstand hurricanes.

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This floating robotic factory will build satellites and spaceships in orbit

The Archinaut, a system made of 3-D printers and robotic arms, could be the flying factory humans need to colonize space.

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Marc Benioff, Oprah and 3 other business leaders say this habit is key to their success

It's a daily practice that anyone can adopt.

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The top NBA draft picks will make millions—and Shaq has some money advice for them

Phoenix Suns' Deandre Ayton, the first pick of the 2018 NBA Draft, could get paid as much as $8 million.

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Meet the man whose job it is to reassure people that Google search isn’t evil

Here's how Danny Sullivan became the public face of Google search and why the company needs an ombudsman now more than ever.

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What Tim Cook says coming out cost him—and why he still has 'no regrets'

Apple CEO Tim Cook was the first CEO of a Fortune 500 company to come out as gay in 2014 and he says he does not regret the decision to shed his privacy.

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The Look Ahead: June 22, 2018

CNBC brings you fast, accurate, and actionable business news and market updates.

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