Lack of vacation, sunscreen brands top America's Money

Friday's America's Money segment begins with a lack of time off in the United States. A new study says about a quarter of the American workforce has no paid vacation days.

The United States is the only advanced economy which does not require employers to grant vacation time.

Sources say Google and Facebook are expressing interest in buying map software provider, Waze. The price tag: over a billion dollars. Analysts say their interest is another indication of the increasing importance of maps on handheld devices.

A Chicago jury has sided with Donald Trump, in a dispute with an elderly woman.  Jacqueline Goldberg had claimed that trump backed out on financial incentives, after she had put down a half- million dollar deposit on condos at a trump building.
The jury, disagreed.

Americans are not getting what they pay for when it comes to sunscreens. Turns out some of the least expensive brands are actually the most effective. Tests by consumer reports found store brand sunscreen including Target, Walmart and Walgreens-- offered the best protection.


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