CNN Money: Top business headlines for July 5

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    NEW YORK (CNN) -- CNN Money's Samuel Burke has your top business and financial news on this Friday, July 5.

    Delay in Obamacare - what you need to know
    The Obamacare employer mandate has been delayed by a year to 2015, meaning that many businesses can push back providing worker health insurance a bit longer. When the Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010, it required that companies with 50-plus full-timers start providing them coverage in 2014 -- or face penalties.

    Egypt unrest pushes oil prices above $100
    Oil prices topped $100 a barrel Wednesday, as traders feared the fallout from a coup in Egypt could spread to the broader Middle East. U.S. oil prices rose as high as $102.18, the highest they've been in over a year, before settling at $101.24 a barrel, 1.7% higher.

    Don't let gadgets devour the family budget
    Your kids are (once again) clamoring for the latest iSomething. Meanwhile, you and your spouse are locking horns over whether to buy a bigger TV or a faster PC. Oh, and the AV receiver is on the fritz; that's going to need replacing soon too. Living in a digital world sure gets expensive.



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