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Headline News Archive

2007

August

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  • Consumidores en apuros. La confianza de los consumidores se redujo en agosto debido a la turbulencia en los mercados financieros y a los requisitos más estrictos para
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  • Pressure mounts on student loans. The multibillion-dollar market for securitized student loan debt faces new stresses as Congress moves to reshape the troubled student loan industry. With concern over the
  • Home sales go from bad to worse. The news Monday from the National Association of Realtors was bad enough: Sales of existing homes fell in July to their slowest pace in five
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  • Online, pocket change not easily spent. The idea of micropayments — charging Web users tiny amounts of money for single pieces of online content — was essentially put to sleep toward the end
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  • Cards train kids to use plastic. we are, a nation deeply in debt. All told, America’s adults are on the hook for well over $2 trillion, and more than a third
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  • Laid off? Cut back and get back out. Capital One's ubiquitous advertising campaign - "What's in your wallet?" - has taken on a different and jarring meaning for hundreds of workers in its
  • 'Handcuffs' chafe wireless phone users. To many, the Apple iPhone is the ultimate wireless device — a seductive blend of technology, function and dead-on cool, all wrapped into a sleek package.
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  • Billions stream into safe government funds. Amid concern about the credit crunch, institutional investors are shifting money out of money market funds that could potentially hold risky corporate debt and into
  • Tenant screening could cost you rental. The process of finding the perfect rental house or apartment can range from hectic to nearly impossible. But it could be worse: Picture yourself locating
 

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