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Stamford Advocate
The founder of litecoin, a cryptocurrency that has gained 650% in 7 months, told us he's worried about all the scams in the nascent marketLitecoin founder Charlie Lee shared his thoughts on the cryptocurrency space in
Stamford Advocate / Posted moments ago
Litecoin founder Charlie Lee shared his thoughts on the cryptocurrency space in an interview with Business Insider. He said he has faith in the future of bitcoin, but believes its success depends on the help of technologies like Lightning Network,... Read more
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The Manila Times
Bonds to get by without help from central banksPARIS: The rebound of global growth is sounding the death knell for easy money,
The Manila Times / Posted a minute ago
PARIS: The rebound of global growth is sounding the death knell for easy money, so debt markets should see the backs of central banks in 2018, although a gradual withdrawal should help avoid a new tantrum sending interest rates spiking. The colossal... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The founder of litecoin, a cryptocurrency that has gained 650% in 7 months, told us he's worried about all the scams in the nascent marketLitecoin founder Charlie Lee shared his thoughts on the cryptocurrency space in
Connecticut Post / Posted 7 minutes ago
Litecoin founder Charlie Lee shared his thoughts on the cryptocurrency space in an interview with Business Insider. He said he has faith in the future of bitcoin, but believes its success depends on the help of technologies like Lightning Network,... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
GE missed the stock market boom -- by a mileGeneral Electric has taken staggering losses General Electric has taken stagge
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 11 minutes ago
General Electric has taken staggering losses General Electric has taken staggering lossesRelated Content NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - 1. GE's downfall: Almost everything is going up on Wall Street these days. But not General Electric. It's stunning to... Read more
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NJ.com
Sure, Amazon would be great, but there are other signs Newark's on the riseNewark's current rating remains a Baa3, the lowest investment grade rating issu
NJ.com / Posted 16 minutes ago
Newark's current rating remains a Baa3, the lowest investment grade rating issued by Moody's -- right above junk bond status. Newark's creditworthiness is a sign for bond holders on how likely the city is to pay back its bonds with interest, similar... Read more
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Juneau Empire
City expects half a million more this year in tourism ‘head tax’City officials expect to receive more money in marine passenger fees this year
Juneau Empire / Posted 17 minutes ago
City officials expect to receive more money in marine passenger fees this year than last — half a million more, to be exact — and are looking for public input on how to spend it. The money comes from a tax, often referred to as a “head tax,” that... Read more
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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
Filing taxes? Here's how a government shutdown impacts the processMillions of Americans are ready to file their 1040s when the tax season opens J
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted 20 minutes ago
Millions of Americans are ready to file their 1040s when the tax season opens Jan. 29 , but will the Internal Revenue service be open to process them? And how long will it take to get a refund? >> Read more trending news When Congress failed to... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Filing taxes? Here's how a government shutdown impacts the processMillions of Americans are ready to file their 1040s when the tax season opens J
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 20 minutes ago
Millions of Americans are ready to file their 1040s when the tax season opens Jan. 29 , but will the Internal Revenue service be open to process them? And how long will it take to get a refund? >> Read more trending news When Congress failed to... Read more
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ajc.com
Filing taxes? Here's how a government shutdown impacts the processMillions of Americans are ready to file their 1040s when the tax season opens J
ajc.com / Posted 25 minutes ago
Millions of Americans are ready to file their 1040s when the tax season opens Jan. 29 , but will the Internal Revenue service be open to process them? And how long will it take to get a refund? When Congress failed to agree on a funding bill early... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Mail will continue to be delivered during government shutdownThe USPS said all post offices will remain open for business. The postal servi
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 26 minutes ago
The USPS said all post offices will remain open for business. The postal service said they are an independent entity that is funded through the sale of their products and services. USPS operations will not be interrupted due to the Gov’t shutdown,... Read more
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News 10 NBC Rochester
Monroe County extending hours for Pistol Permit transactionsJanuary 21, 2018 10:27 AM Monroe County Clerk Adam Bello has announced that he
News 10 NBC Rochester / Posted 32 minutes ago
January 21, 2018 10:27 AM Monroe County Clerk Adam Bello has announced that he is extending weeknight hours at the Clerk's Office in order to help pistol permit holders make amendments to their permits before the state's recertification... Read more
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The Patriot Ledger
Two more $1 million lottery jackpots claimed in Quincy, one in CantonNatalia Bouyea and Neil Connors of Quincy and Kelli Ann Thomas of Canton each h
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 32 minutes ago
Natalia Bouyea and Neil Connors of Quincy and Kelli Ann Thomas of Canton each hit the state lottery for $1 million prizes in January. All three chose to collect the prize as one-time payments of about $430,000 after taxes. Bouyea, a construction... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
GE missed the stock market boom -- by a mileGeneral Electric has taken staggering losses General Electric has taken stagge
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 34 minutes ago
General Electric has taken staggering losses General Electric has taken staggering lossesRelated Content NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - 1. GE's downfall: Almost everything is going up on Wall Street these days. But not General Electric. It's stunning to... Read more
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OregonLive.com
'Zombie retailers' close stores across US in hopes of online afterlife"Everything dies, baby, that's a fact. But maybe everything that dies someday
OregonLive.com / Posted 34 minutes ago
"Everything dies, baby, that's a fact. But maybe everything that dies someday comes back." —"Atlantic City" by Bruce Springsteen In retail, some brands that could no longer cut it with brick-and-mortar stores are getting a second wind in the... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Filing taxes? Here's how a government shutdown impacts the processMillions of Americans are ready to file their 1040s when the tax season opens J
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 38 minutes ago
Millions of Americans are ready to file their 1040s when the tax season opens Jan. 29 , but will the Internal Revenue service be open to process them? And how long will it take to get a refund? When Congress failed to agree on a funding bill early... Read more
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dna
Traders call 'Delhi trade bandh' on Jan 23 against sealingIndustry body CAIT today said traders will observe a day-long 'Delhi trade band
dna / Posted 43 minutes ago
Industry body CAIT today said traders will observe a day-long 'Delhi trade bandh' on January 23 to lodge their protests against ongoing sealing of business establishments in the city. The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), in a statement,... Read more
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FOX Business
These 3 Stocks Are Undeniably CheapOil and gas companies are still licking their wounds from the impact of one of
FOX Business / Posted 53 minutes ago
Oil and gas companies are still licking their wounds from the impact of one of the worst oil market downturns in decades. Many have a long way to go before they're back on solid ground. But others are quietly making a comeback. In some cases, the... Read more
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FOX Business
Your 3-Point Guide to Paying Off DebtOf course, the problem with credit card debt is that it can be extremely diffic
FOX Business / Posted 53 minutes ago
Of course, the problem with credit card debt is that it can be extremely difficult to shake, especially when you have high interest rates working against you. But there's some good news: If you employ the right tactics, you can eliminate that pesky... Read more
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FOX Business
These 3 Stocks Are Undeniably CheapOil and gas companies are still licking their wounds from the impact of one of
FOX Business / Posted 54 minutes ago
Oil and gas companies are still licking their wounds from the impact of one of the worst oil market downturns in decades. Many have a long way to go before they're back on solid ground. But others are quietly making a comeback. Continue Reading... Read more
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FOX Business
Your 3-Point Guide to Paying Off DebtContinue Reading Below Of course, the problem with credit card debt is that it
FOX Business / Posted 54 minutes ago
Continue Reading Below Of course, the problem with credit card debt is that it can be extremely difficult to shake, especially when you have high interest rates working against you. But there's some good news: If you employ the right tactics, you... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Filing taxes? Here's how a government shutdown impacts the processMillions of Americans are ready to file their 1040s when the tax season opens J
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 54 minutes ago
Millions of Americans are ready to file their 1040s when the tax season opens Jan. 29 , but will the Internal Revenue service be open to process them? And how long will it take to get a refund? >> Read more trending news When Congress failed to... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Filing taxes? Here's how a government shutdown impacts the processMillions of Americans are ready to file their 1040s when the tax season opens J
Dayton Daily News / Posted 54 minutes ago
Millions of Americans are ready to file their 1040s when the tax season opens Jan. 29 , but will the Internal Revenue service be open to process them? And how long will it take to get a refund? When Congress failed to agree on a funding bill early... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
Filing taxes? Here's how a government shutdown impacts the processMillions of Americans are ready to file their 1040s when the tax season opens J
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted 55 minutes ago
Millions of Americans are ready to file their 1040s when the tax season opens Jan. 29 , but will the Internal Revenue service be open to process them? And how long will it take to get a refund? >> Read more trending news When Congress failed to... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Record number of businesses formed in OhioOver 117,000 new businesses formed in Ohio in 2017, smashing the record set jus
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted an hour ago
Over 117,000 new businesses formed in Ohio in 2017, smashing the record set just the year prior. According to Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, 117,429 new businesses formed in the Buckeye State, up from 105,009 in 2016. This makes 2017 the 8th... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Filing taxes? Here's how a government shutdown impacts the processMillions of Americans are ready to file their 1040s when the tax season opens J
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted an hour ago
Millions of Americans are ready to file their 1040s when the tax season opens Jan. 29 , but will the Internal Revenue service be open to process them? And how long will it take to get a refund? When Congress failed to agree on a funding bill early... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Filing taxes? Here's how a government shutdown impacts the processMillions of Americans are ready to file their 1040s when the tax season opens J
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted an hour ago
Millions of Americans are ready to file their 1040s when the tax season opens Jan. 29 , but will the Internal Revenue service be open to process them? And how long will it take to get a refund? >> Read more trending news When Congress failed to... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Local foodies can now take an appDo you wish there was a way to cut through the noise on social media and get ri
Rutland Herald / Posted an hour ago
Do you wish there was a way to cut through the noise on social media and get right to the good stuff? Such as, where are the nearby restaurants serving local food, and what specials are they offering right now? Turns out there’s a website for that:... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
These are the highest paid jobs you can apply for in Liverpool right now - Liverpool Echo You'll need to be highly qualified to bag one of these posit
Liverpool Echo / Posted an hour ago
- Liverpool Echo You'll need to be highly qualified to bag one of these positions Everyone would love to earn a bit more money - and these Liverpool jobs all come with an... Read more
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The Columbian
Berko: Safe to invest in these tried-and-true companiesMalcolm Berko addresses questions about stocks. Reach him at P.O. Box 8303, Lar
The Columbian / Posted an hour ago
Malcolm Berko addresses questions about stocks. Reach him at P.O. Box 8303, Largo, FL 33775 or mjberko@yahoo.com. Dear Mr. Berko: I am very nervous about the stock market and have been selling my weak stocks — those that have weak financial... Read more
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The Columbian
Zombie retailers hope for online afterlife“Everything dies, baby, that’s a fact. But maybe everything that dies someday
The Columbian / Posted an hour ago
“Everything dies, baby, that’s a fact. But maybe everything that dies someday comes back.” — “Atlantic City” by Bruce Springsteen In retail, some brands that could no longer cut it with brick-and-mortar stores are getting a second wind in the... Read more
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