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In a modern-day evocation of David’s slingshot triumph over Goliath, a couple of foreclosed homeowners in Naples, Fla., reportedly foreclosed on a Bank of America branch last week, their attorney actually having moving trucks …
At some point over the last three or so years, coupons became cool. Once presumed to be the domain of eccentric cranks demanding a measly 50¢ off toothpaste or canned soup, coupons are now regularly used for deals on skydiving …
Everyone knows someone who grew up during the Great Depression, and as a result, eats green beans out of the can and sews up holes in socks.
Supply appears to not be keeping up with demand for Chevrolet’s new hybrid-electric car, and dealerships are taking advantage of the situation in totally shady, but apparently legal ways.
The vibe on Wall Street couldn’t be more at odds with deflated Main Street. Yes, stock prices headed down after today’s disappointing jobs report, which showed unemployment rising to 9.1%. But for anyone who hasn’t noticed, big corporations are still making a killing. What gives?
It was only last week that a slew of companies reported …
If the economic news wasn’t bad enough after the release of yet another anemic jobs report, the highly influential global ratings agency Moody’s just announced that it was contemplating a downgrade of the U.S.’s credit rating.
This week’s money tip roundup also includes suggestions for tweaking your brown-bag lunch into a meal worth looking forward to, and a personal challenge that’ll make you $1,000 richer by summer’s end.
There was bad news in May’s jobs report, and then there was worse news. See the full story at our companion business blog The Curious Capitalist.