After eight years of production delays, the Federal Reserve finally rolled out new Benjamins on Tuesday.

A hundred years after the first $100 bill was issued in 1914, the banknotes are receiving a much-needed makeover in an effort to thwart sophisticated counterfeiters -- after overcoming "mashing" printing issues that led the Feds to shred more than 30 million of the bills in 2012Read More



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