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No-teletrack cash advance | How it works

Do you want a no-teletrack cash advance? Need a loan that will not conduct an inquiry on your financial history? If so, this loan is exactly what you need, especially if you have less-than-stellar credit. Below, you will get a much better understanding of this loan and why people prefer it. What is a no-teletrack
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Morehouse College New Dress Code Policy Stirs Controversy

Morehouse College Morehouse College is an historically black college in Atlanta, Georgia. According to Wikipedia, it is one of four remaining traditional men’s colleges in the United States. Like any other college, it’s a place for learning and future leadership preparation. Ambitious individuals from across the nation have secured personal loans just for a chance
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Vevo Jobs Up for Grabs, but Not For Long

Everyone’s looking for Vevo jobs Google has long been on the short list of high-earning companies who still continue to reap huge profits during the recession. So it’s no surprise that whenever Google is involved in a new venture, many people get the same idea: “I want to work for them!” Google’s latest project is
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Fabrice Tourre, Goldman Sachs henchman, gets his 15 minutes

Who the heck is Fabrice Tourre? He’s the focus of a civil lawsuit brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission for fraud. As a Sr. Vice President at Goldman Sachs, Tourre allegedly created a bunch of mortgage backed securities he knew full well were risky, then set up insurance in the form of Credit Default
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NAACP vs. Tea Party feud over alleged racism re-emerges in report

A feud between the NAACP and the Tea Party erupted anew on Wednesday. In a report, the NAACP revived charges it made over the summer that the Tea Party is racist. An NAACP report titled “Tea Party Nationalism” states that the movement has given racists, bigots and white supremacists a political voice. Tea Party Nationalism
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Wedding Cans: Pete and Andrea continue recycling crusade

Wedding Cans donation announcement Andrea and Pete, a Washington State couple, made a goal to pay for their wedding by recycling cans — far cry from the usual route of borrowing money to pay for a wedding. The couple started the Wedding Cans project less than two months ago, and they’ve already made it to

Save Extra Bucks with Price Protector

Shopping Frustration Have you ever bought something and found out that the price for that item went down 50 percent just two days later? I have and it’s quite irritating, if you ask me. I’ve done it many times before and it’s definitely something I can seriously do without. Thankfully, like easy installment loans, price
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Antipsychotics for toddlers pose severe risks

Kyle Warren of Opelousas, La., was given antipsychotic drugs at 18 months of age to mollify temper tantrums. By the time he was 3, reports the New York Times, Kyle had been diagnosed with autism, bipolar disorder, hyperactivity, insomnia and oppositional defiant disorder. The medicines he was prescribed turned the boy into “a drooling, sedated,
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Quick Loans – How Quick is Quick?

Quick Loan: Borrower’s POV Have you ever found yourself in a situation where the only solution available to you is raising cash immediately? It could be that time of the month when your finances are running low. Worse, you could be facing a medical emergency of some kind. You need the money fast and need
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As Postal Service goes broke, commission denies rate increase

A request by the U.S. Postal Service to raise postal rates by 5.6 percent was denied by the Postal Regulatory Commission Thursday. Among the proposed increases, the postal service said raising the price of a first class stamp from 44 cents to 46 cents was necessary because of reduced mail traffic during the recession. The
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Online credit card scam stole millions, pennies at a time

An online credit card scam that stole millions of dollars, pennies at a time, was halted by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. The online credit card scam used fake companies and identity theft to steal small amounts of money that went undetected by consumers or fraud detectors. Over four years, more than a million people

SpaghettiOs recall affects 15 million pounds of pre-cooked pasta

Last night, Campbell Soup Company put out a SpaghettiOs recall that affects approximately 15 million pounds of the canned pasta product. The SpaghettiOs recall is not because of any reported illnesses, but was issued “out of an abundance of caution.” Three types of SpaghettiOs are included in the recall, all because they may contain undercooked
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Payday Loans Popular As Consumers Wait for Restructuring

Payday Loans Popular As Consumers Wait for Restructuring President Obama’s message to banks As the President looks for ways to invigorate the lending industry, consumers are using payday loans to help them out of financial binds. Recently President Obama encouraged top bankers to “help keep the fragile recovery from faltering by boosting lending to small

CERN researchers capture antimatter for the first time

For the first time in the history of mankind, scientists have been able to find antimatter. The discovery was made at the CERN research laboratory. It is the first time entire atoms of antimatter have been observed. Antimatter atoms captured for the first time Scientists at the CERN laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland, were able to

Americans using installment loans to pay for aging parents

Americans are looking to installment loans, 401Ks and savings to help support aging parents. According to a Pew Research Center report, more than 10 million baby boomers are financially providing for an aging parent. With baby boomers in their 50s, that means the strains they are feeling are from elder parents and their college-aged children.
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Class-Action Lawsuit Filed Against Microsoft, T-Mobile

Server outage loses customer data Last week, one of the biggest tech companies in the United States experienced a server outage. Several Sidekick smartphone owners lost personal data such as appointment dates, phone numbers and other information when Microsoft’s server went down a couple of weeks ago. Data services for Sidekick users whose information was