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(CNN) - If you want one of the Best Jobs in America, you may want to think about something in the  medical and tech fields. "CNN Money" and Payscale created the list. They picked the top 100 jobs in terms of growth, pay and satisfaction. The top job is biomedical engineer. It has a median pay of $87,000 with a 10 year job growth of nearly 62% and 15,700 total jobs.
Clinical nurse specialist came in at number two. That was followed by software architects, surgeons and management consultants. 

(CNN) - Robert Brown, an actor on HBO's "Treme" says he was cuffed by police at the flagship Macy's in New York City this summer. This happened after he bought a $1,300 Movado watch for his mom. The lawsuit alleges that many others have been targeted at the store because of their race. Macy's didn't comment on this lawsuit but does say it doesn't discriminate. 


(CNN) - The wait is over for gamers. For the first time in over 7 years new Playstation and Xbox consoles hit stores this month.   Sony's Playstation 4 goes on sale Friday, Microsoft's Xbox One is due out November 22 - just in time for the holidays. Both are offering exclusive game titles in hopes of luring in customers. As for the price tags? The Playstation 4 will cost you about $399. The Xbox One is about $100 more.

 

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