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Some Articles of Interest

by Luke Landes

Things to read: * Ten top colleges for entrepreneurs [Fortune]. * Housing market cooling but prices still high [MSN] and a Yahoo Finance special report on the housing slowdown.

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Today’s Interesting Articles

by Luke Landes

Part of having a weblog is logging the web. Therefore, I present some links I’ve been reading today in between working during the day and finishing an assigment for class this evening, starting with two articles about the sexes. * The myth that women make less than men [CNN] for comparable jobs. * Men love ... Continue reading this article…

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Everybody Look What’s Going ‘Round

by Luke Landes

Here sre some interesting posts from the MoneyBlogNetwork and more this past week. * AllThingsFinancial has a review of David Bach’s Automatic Millionaire Homeowner, which I also reviewed here. * Free Money Finance has some suggestions about how to keep your brain in shape. * Five Cent Nickel discusses a surprise reduction in his monthly ... Continue reading this article…

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More Articles, Less Time

by Luke Landes

Here are some articles I’ll want to personally revisit later, though I can’t promise I’ll devote a blog entry: * 30-year mortgage rate htis 2006 high [CNN] but housing starts are way up [Marketwatch]. * Three myths about foreclosures: A spike is coming, foreclosed houses are huge bargains, and anyone can make money [Money Magazine]. ... Continue reading this article…

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Reading for the Drive Home

by Luke Landes

Perhaps I’ll focus on one or more of these articles tonight. * The best ways to negotiate a higher salary. * $1,000,000,000,000 in assets under management for the new Merrill Lynch/BlackRock merger. * Seven steps to stellar credit. This reminds me it’s time to order my next free credit report. * Here’s Yahoo Finance’s collection ... Continue reading this article…

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Overnight Reading

by Luke Landes

It’s time for me to get some sleep, but if you’re still awake and looking for some reading, here are some news and notes. * Enron sold future revenues of one of their businesses, and it was like one more hit of crack cocaine. I can’t get enough of colorful similes. * Money Magazine’s Best ... Continue reading this article…

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Around The Horn

by Luke Landes

Here’s what we had going on in the MoneyBlogNetwork (and more) this week. It was a light posting week for me as I’ve been quite busy with life, but everyone else has been blogging like mad: * JLP snagged an interview with Jonathan Clements from the Wall Street Journal (Part 1 and Part 2). * ... Continue reading this article…

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This Week In MoneyBlogNetwork

by Luke Landes

I know it’s a little late, but here are some great posts from my fellow MoneyBlogNetwork bloggers (and some others) from the past week. * JLP from AllThingsFinancials shares why he hates infomercials. Also, I have to apologize to JLP for having a brain freeze and not mentioning him in the MoneyBloggerPodcast interview I did ... Continue reading this article…

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Around The Blogs

by Luke Landes

Let’s see what’s been happening around the blogosphere this week. * JLP from AllThingsFinancial describes the TurboTax Gift Reward Program and is still amazed by his sons. * Nickel from Five Cent Nickel recommends Kill-a-Watt for lowering electricity bills. * Jim from Blueprint lists words to avoid on resumes and notes the increase of salaries ... Continue reading this article…

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Friday Reading

by Luke Landes

* Don’t forget to submit your entries for the Carnival of Debt Reduction to me. * Glücklich Geburtstag, Herr Mozart! Sie sind nur zweihundert und fünfzig heute. Danke für alle Ihre Musik! * Sprint Nextel sues those companies selling phone records online. * Four ways to save on college costs. * Ford plant bans competitors’ ... Continue reading this article…

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More Articles to Review

by Luke Landes

Here are some of the articles I’ve been reading since the last link dump. * The truth about Google and click fraud. Google expects some, so it’s built into the price. * Ameriprise notifies customers of data theft. They tried to recruit me to sell their financial products (full time job, not through this blog). ... Continue reading this article…

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Tuesday Reading

by Luke Landes

Here are some articles I’ve found interesting today: CW network to replace WB and UPN [CNN] How much you can save by renting a car away from an airport rather than by an airport [USA Today] Keeping your cool when $#!7 happens on the job [Money Magazine] Invest to take advantage of the coal boom ... Continue reading this article…

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Best Of The Week

by Luke Landes

If you missed these great stories on other blogs this week, now is the time to catch up: * Free Money Finance takes a look at advice from David Bach, author of The Automatic Millionaire, in An Early Start on the Road to Riches. * JLP from AllThingsFinancial discusses the Five Step Strategy for Getting ... Continue reading this article…

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Articles for Wednesday [redirected]

by Luke Landes

Here’s what I would have been reading today if I hadn’t been so busy in the office: * The contratian view on Yahoo! * Why Yahoo’s dive may be goos news * Married individuals have almost double the net worth of those who are divorced or single. (Two can live cheaper than one? More later.) ... Continue reading this article…

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Tuesday Reading [redirected]

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Here are some of the stories I’ve read or skimmed today, and there aren’t many: * Suze Orman says honesty is the key to riches * Three rules for a happy retirement [focus] * A great 401(k) can make up for a lost pension * Scam alert! Ticketmaster and Entertainment Rewards * SEC unanimously approves ... Continue reading this article…

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Best Of The Week [redirected]

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Here are some posts from other bloggers that I have enjoyed this week: * JLP talks about new savings programs for the working poor. Many of the working poor are inelgible for welfare, so these programs encourage them to create savings. * Five Cent Nickel encourages registration of domain names — it’s cheap and easy ... Continue reading this article…

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Friday’s Articles [redirected]

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Sometimes, excessive bargain hunting defeats the purpose of saving money. Sometimes, when shopping around to save a few dollars, you expend two important, valuable things: gas and time. MSN Money suggest shopping smart. Consumer spending in August fell, as did incomes. Blame it on Katrina if you want. More on hedge funds: They’re not all ... Continue reading this article…

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