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The Personal Touch is Best When It Comes to Small Business Insurance, Says J.D. Power Study

Accidents can happen frequently, and business owners need to have business insurance information to make the best business insurance plans as per the business insurance law. The best business insurance products give business people peace of mind. When something goes wrong, you have the best business insurance providers who would help you through the whole […]

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Should Government Become Involved in Small Business Lending?

Now that the worst of the Great Recession seems to be in the past, economists are becoming fully dedicated to analyzing what caused the country to experience such economic disaster, as well as what can be done to prevent a recession of that magnitude from happening again. And one topic dominating the discussion is how […]

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Five-Year Plan Suggests Ways For Illinois to Recover Economically

Just as state economy of Illinois was slow to feel the effects of the Great Recession, so too has been slow to recover from it. Now, Illinois’s Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity is submitting to the General Assembly a five-year plan that has suggestions for business growth. The measures include doubling tax credits for the […]

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Pebble Beach Car Auctions for 2014 Reach an All-Time High with $400 Million in Total Sales

For wealthy car enthusiasts and auction houses alike, the annual Pebble Beach auctions are the place to be in the search for rare and expensive vehicles. This year’s classic car auctions during the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, in Monterey, Calif., were held once again by RM Auctions, Gooding & Co., and Bonhams. Sales this year […]

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Detroit’s Upcoming Bankruptcy Restructuring Plan Trial Could Have Ripple Effect on Other Cities

Detroit’s historic bankruptcy trial will soon be underway on Aug. 29, and the outcome of the upcoming court case will not only determine the future of Detroit’s restructuring plan, but will have a long-lasting impact on America as a whole in so far as what type of legal precedent it establishes for future cases. Detroit was […]

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Three-Year-Old Boy Saves Elderly Man’s Life by Rescuing Him From Hot Car

A 3-year-old boy saved the day in Knoxville, Tenn., when he noticed an elderly man trapped in a hot car. Bob King, 68, was waiting in the car for his wife, Jenny, to finish an event at Vestal Baptist Church and found himself trapped inside the car. The door had fallen shut and locked automatically, a […]

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New Orleans Officers to Show a Bit of Ink

New Orleans is known for its eclectic citizens, great food, and wild holiday celebrations. But what many may not know about the southern city is it was harsh on it’s tattoo laws — until just recently. Police officers throughout the city have reason to rejoice: The department’s policy on tattoos has changed for the better. Americans spend around […]

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Beard Reconstruction is the Newest Trend in Hair Transplants

You’ve probably already heard of hair transplants options, but have you heard about facial hair transplants? According to one news source, more men are choosing to pursue alternative options instead of suffering from embarrassingly scant facial stubble. Innovative facial hair, made popular by the recent “Hipster” style trend, is becoming increasingly popular as men strive to perfect their “signature […]

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Nestle Continues Exporting Californian Water, Despite One of the Worst Droughts in the State’s History

Bottled water has been a bit of a controversial subject in recent years. Not only are vast amounts of fossil fuels consumed in bottled water’s production and transportation, but these bottles are also not being recycled, causing major environmental issues. It’s also less healthy than tap water, since it lacks the minerals and nutrients vital to […]

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Restoration Hardware Sends 17 Pound, 3,000 Page Mailer to Recipients’ Chagrin

Restoration Hardware recently kicked off its new, direct mailing marketing campaign much to the chagrin of mail carriers and environmentalists. The furniture chain has begun sending out shrink-wrapped packages of 13 different catalogs that weigh a reported 17 pounds. The situation has confused many. Firstly, most believe that direct mail marketing is a seemingly dead practice in […]