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Tuesday Reading

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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 [MSN]
KBM/Halliburton awarded $385M contract [MarketWatch]
Blackberry blackout could be harmful to businesses [CNN]
Build your own hedge fund [MSN]
Beat the high cost of gasoline forever [Fortune Magazine]
“The Number” is an anti-American myth [focus] [MarketWatch]

Updated June 17, 2014 and originally published January 24, 2006. 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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avatar Justanotherblogger

Looks like the links don’t show up properly on the front page.

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avatar Luke Landes


I emailed you because I’m not sure which links you can’t see… everything looks okay to me on IE6 and FireFox.

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avatar real people, real finances

Beat the high cost of gasoline was particularly an interesting read. Wonder if the support of automakers will make the bio fuel a real oil alternative reality in the near future

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