Market Response, Impulse, Emergency Money and Bad Investing

Mistakes in the recession Responses to the market collapse, investing impulsively, emergency money, and bad investing make up the top regrets of the recession. Consumers are weighing in on how well they fared throughout the recession on each one and learning lessons from their responses. Now that the recession is considered to be over, it’s
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Tibetan Mastiff breaks record as most expensive dog in the world

A red Tibetan Mastiff has supplanted another canine of the same breed as the most expensive dog in the world. Red Tibetan Mastiffs have become a status symbol for the wealthy in China, a country where historically dogs have been more likely to be eaten. The red Tibetan Mastiff known as “Big Splash” went for

Fast Cash Loans Win the Payday Race

And they’re off! It starts the minute you get your paycheck. Some people call it living on a tight budget. Others call it living from paycheck to paycheck. I call it the Payday Race, because that’s exactly what it is. Every pay period, you have one goal: Make it to the finish line before your
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More American workers turning to day labor during recession

The recession continues to leave many Americans grasping for cash, wherever they may find it. They’re even reaching for those so-called “jobs Americans won’t do,” reports the Wall Street Journal. Day labor, once considered to be the almost-exclusive domain of undocumented workers, is now on the rise among  former white-collar employees, male and female. Reports

One to grow on: Top 5 ways to spend your lunch hour

Make it a positive space for self-enrichment What’s it going to be for lunch? You do have a lunch hour, don’t you? Or at least a lunch period? Some people use their lunch time at work to catch up on errands and E-mails. Others actually eat their lunch. I find myself surfing the Net more
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New Tylenol recall fifth in a year for Johnson & Johnson

A Tylenol recall is the latest embarrassment for McNeil Consumer Healthcare, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson. The Tylenol recall is the fifth recall in a year for the drug maker, which is under investigation by Congress for its quality control practices. This time, Tylenol is being pulled from the shelves because of widespread customer
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Miss Cougar USA | Wanting Dates, Needing Internet Loans

Cougars seek love online and off, use internet loans Relationships are a tricky business. Whether we meet people out and about or online (in between searching for internet loans), we all have a social side of ourselves that is longing to connect with others. When it comes to companionship, we tend to seek out those
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Germany must do more to avert economic crisis, says Cohen

Much like the United States, the European Union has been living in an economic dream world where moral hazard does not exist, says Roger Cohen in a recent New York Times op-ed piece. A lack of financial oversight is in large part why countries such as Ireland, Greece, Portugal and Spain are on the precipice

Installment Loans, Planning and Vendors are Just the Beginning

The rigors of business ownership In the midst of installment loans, business plans and day-to-day management, business owners can be swamped with decisions. A lot can fall through the cracks when it comes to owning a business and keeping it safe from thieves. With the growing amount of internet business activity, more owners are falling

The Obama trip to India may cost a lot but may be worth it

Ranting and raving has commenced concerning the Obama trip to India. The President of the United States fulfills a dual role in government, being both head of state and government. Granted, presidential visits overseas incur considerable bills for transportation and security, but there are benefits that may outweigh them. For instance, the trade relationship the
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Independa Inc. nominated for San Diego EvoNexus assistance

While assistance with operating capital is an essential part of cultivating a new business, there are other means through which a community can foster startup incubation. According to the San Diego Business Journal, a health information technology startup called Independa Inc. has been nominated for San Diego’s EvoNexus business incubator program. The facility, technology and
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Obama delivers heartfelt eulogy at Dorothy Height funeral

At the Dorothy Height funeral in Washington D.C. Thursday, President Barack Obama delivered the eulogy. Before he spoke at the service held in the Washington National Cathedral, he issued an executive order directing that the American flag fly at half staff on land and at sea worldwide. The Dorothy Height biography establishes her as the
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President Bush defends waterboarding in memoir

In former President George W. Bush’s new memoir “Decision Points,” he defends waterboarding. The controversial interrogation technique was used by U.S. authorities to obtain information from radical Islamist prisoners at Abu Ghraib prison. As Bush reiterated during an interview with Matt Lauer, he approved waterboarding because his lawyers told him it was legal. Waterboarding as

Short term loans do not cause bankruptcy

Small short term loans like payday loans don’t cause bankruptcy. It’s been asserted by some that short term loans do. However, there has not been confirmation for that. Usually, for people to file for bankruptcy, they need to have debts of more than a few hundred dollars. The number of short term loan borrowers that
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TSA agents arrested at JFK, accused of stealing $160,000

Two TSA agents were arrested at JFK airport this morning. The two Transportation Security Administration screeners are accused of stealing more than $160,000 worth of cash and items from airline luggage. The two were discovered after $39,000 was stolen from one bag at JFK. TSA agents arrested at JFK Davon Webb, 30, and Couman Perad,
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Bring Your Child to Work Day 2010 | Teaching for life

Today is Bring Your Child to Work Day 2010. It has been celebrated on the fourth Thursday of April since 1993, although it has gone by different names. Originally it was known as Take Our Daughters to Work Day, but by 2003 it was expanded to include boys. The original designation of daughters only, according
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You are not alone if you need a loan

Struggling to make ends meet can be a lonely experience. Many people who run out of cash until payday don’t have family or friends who can help. People with steady jobs may have nowhere to turn when emergency strikes; many don’t even have credit cards; about one in four now has tarnished credit. If this