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This Week in the Archives: Be Your Own Boss, Graduation, and The Long Tail

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If you’re new to Consumerism Commentary, you may have missed these posts from this week in the years gone before. Here are some articles from May 23-31, 2006:

* May 23-27: Six Steps to Being Your Own Boss, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
* May 26: Don’t Get Ahead, Start Ahead
* May 29: When IPOs Attack
* May 30: Rent Checks are Getting Larger
* May 30: Increasing My Savings, An Experiment, and Extra Income
* May 30-31: After Graduation: Choices, Plans and Risks, Part 1 and Part 2
* May 31: ING Direct Proffers Yet Another Weak Attempt At Retaining Customers
* May 31: Does This Number Impress You?

From May 23-31, 2005:

* May 23: Most and Least Affordable Cities
* May 24: Price Waves
* May 26: More Homes Valued at $1M
* May 26: The Long Tail
* May 27: Hedge Funds Open to Ordinary Investors
* May 31: Good Time to Be an MBA

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Updated June 5, 2007 and originally published May 28, 2007. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.

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