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The $1 billion app

Written by The Week staff.  Photo credit: Peter DaSilva for The New York Times Only in Silicon Valley can a 551-day-old company “with no revenues and barely any staff” cost $1 billion, ...

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Insurance Australia Announces Bonuses For Moms

going back to work after baby

By The Huffington Post One company is rewarding the new mothers on its staff for coming back to work after maternity leave. Insurance Australia Group (IAG), one of Australia’s largest companies, announced ...

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Women on Wall Street – Three Views Over Three Centuries

5 MAR 2012 | 04:08 PM | Posted by: Steven Wheeler Although financial services had long been a predominantly male industry, several leading women have over the decades helped open doors to ...

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Forbes: Spanx inventor is youngest self-made female billionaire

Sara Blakely, 41, creator and owner of the line of slimming, smoothing undergarments, is the youngest woman ever to make the Forbes list as a self-made billionaire. By W.J. Hennigan, ...

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Sunny Escapes Sale from


Whether planning to sunbathe in South Beach or surf in San Diego, has deals covered from the Gulf Coast to the Pacific Coast.  PRNewswire/ –This winter, travelers longing for ...

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How the Recession Has Affected Your Kids in an Unexpected Way


by Alice G. Walton Kids live out their parents’ financial stresses, according to a new study. That is, your money problems today could hurt them tomorrow.  If you think you ...

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Walmart Kicks off 3 Black Friday events!

Starting at 10 p.m. on Thanksgiving! Electronics event starts at Midnight, followed by additional savings at 8 a.m. BENTONVILLE, Ark., Nov. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — It’s HERE! The coveted Walmart ...

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More adults getting second job for the holiday

"The holidays are a wonderful time of year for numerous reasons, but for many people, the extra expenses can put a strain on their financial situation," said Jackie Warrick, President and Chief Savings Officer at "Holiday obligations, such as buying gifts, entertaining and traveling can add up very quickly. As a result, many consumers are mapping out their budget far in advance, using coupons and setting aside money to minimize the effect of holiday expenses, and, to limit their debt."

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