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The money tale of two World Series teams
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The money tale of two World Series teams

By on Oct 18, 2014

After a lot of extra-inning games, the 2014 World Series matchup has finally been decided. The Kansas City Royals and San Francisco Giants have some things in common regarding how they got so deep into October — both reached the Series via wild card games and strong bullpens. But that’s where the similarities between these […]

5 things to know about Taylor Swift's latest marketing ploy
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5 things to know about Taylor Swift’s latest marketing ploy

When it comes to marketing, Taylor Swift seems to have a golden touch. She senses the right moment to put out a new single, and flash! it hits the top of the charts. She ranks No. 18 on Forbes’ Celebrity 100 list, earning an estimated $64 million last year. Now, she’s come up with a […]

How aircraft orders contribute to the local economy
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How aircraft orders contribute to the local economy

You often hear stories about airlines order new jets, from big companies such as Boeing or Airbus. But, what do they mean to the communities where those airlines are from? Seattle-based Alaska Airlines recently announced an order of 10 new Boeing 737-900 jets. The carrier also happens to be in the back yard of where […]

Must Read Money Stories, Friday, Oct. 17
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Must Read Money Stories, Friday, Oct. 17

Give Janet Yellin a raise. At least, if you want the Federal Reserve chairwoman to be on a par with 113 of her direct reports. Reuters says that many people earn more than Yellen, whose annual salary is $201,700. That figure is set by Congress. Those top 113 earners receive paychecks averaging $246,506, according to […]

Must Read Money Stories, Thursday Oct. 16
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Must Read Money Stories, Thursday Oct. 16

Global markets plummeted on Wednesday. Though Wall Street had a resurgence toward the end of the day, the Dow Jones industrial average dropped by 173.45 points yesterday. The dip came after a massive sell-off in Europe as the Eurozone continues to struggle. The New York Times says investors fear that governments don’t have the policy […]

Who actually pays for airport WiFi?
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Who actually pays for airport WiFi?

Anyone who has traveled in the past year knows that WiFi in airports varies wildly. There are airports like Las Vegas’s McCarran International Airport, which has very robust — and most importantly, free — WiFi.  There are airports like Phoenix Sky Harbor and Mineta San Jose that offer completely free WiFi.  Baltimore-Washington International is among […]

Ebola's catastrophic blow to African economies
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Ebola’s catastrophic blow to African economies

As the United States wrestles with its handful of Ebola cases, the impact on the economies of African nations has been far more devastating. The Ebola epidemic in West Africa has already claimed nearly 3,000 lives since January. In addition to lost lives, the disease has also dealt a severe blow to the families and […]

Must Read Money Stories, Wednesday Oct. 15
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Must Read Money Stories, Wednesday Oct. 15

Google and Amazon, ready for a street fight. Google announced an expansion of its same-day delivery service, which will now be called Google Express. Wired reports the service will expand to Chicago, Boston and Washington D.C. The company already offered same-day delivery for online purchases in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York. Google isn’t the […]

Stack of credit cards
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Credit cards making a comeback after years of bank neglect

Big banks are reporting results this week. Reuters says that many are paying more attention to a neglected business: credit cards. According to writer David Henry, “JPMorgan Chase & Co, Citigroup Inc and other big banks are making more credit card loans, after years of focusing mainly on customers who paid off their balances each […]