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Sommelier Kim Wood at Center of Vintage Vegas Experience

Sommelier Kim Wood on drinking wine at Thanksgiving, his career and future

Kim Wood’s at the center of a fantastic Las Vegas dining experience.

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Could Cory Booker Soon be Living on Food Stamps?

Newark mayor challenges Twitter follower to contest

Cory Booker will participate in Univ. of Bridgeport food stamp contest.

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Cash Mobs Support Small Businesses

Spending Wisely on Small Business Saturday

Give local and small businesses a try

Will you support small business Saturday?

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Say Goodbye to Your Twinkies and Wonderbread

Hostess brands closing after decades in the snack business

Will you miss their goods?

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University of Chicago Starts Program for Local Students

U of C will try to lure more local talent

The University of Chicago is making attending the school easier for local students

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Ursula Burns Pushes Washington to Solve ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Crisis

Xerox chief warns of stagnant economy

Xerox CEO is one of dozens of the nation’s most powerful chief executives hoping Washington…

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hurricane sandy damages supply chain holiday time

MoneyGram to Donate Money to Red Cross

Dollar of every transaction will go to relief efforts

More companies are pitching in to help the survivors of Hurricane Sandy. Dallas-based MoneyGram International…

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Travel Giant Priceline Acquires Kayak

Analysts unsure of what shocker means for web travel industry

Does Priceline’s purchase of Kayak mean cheaper travel?

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The Lazy Man’s Guide to Holiday Shopping: Gift Cards

Achieving holiday cheer from the comfort of your couch

Strategies for the gift card buyer in you.

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The Fiscal Cliff: What You Need To Know

A primer on the sequester

The fiscal cliff, explained

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Is Tax Relief Coming to Sandy Survivors?

For victims and volunteers, help is on the way

The IRS will begin relief to those affected by Hurricane Sandy

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Watch Out for These Changes at Your Bank

Consumers will have increased mobile access to information

Changes are on the horizon at some banks

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Women More Likely to Use Payday Loans Than Men

Predatory lending practice popular among whites, women

The parasite of the lending community attacks women significantly more than it does men

By Ashley R. Harris

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How to Start Your Emergency Fund Now

Plan for the unexpected to avoid financial hardship

Tips for starting an emergency fund

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Small Business Resilient in the Face of Harsh February Weather, According to Direct Capital Lending Index

A Look at the Catastrophic Economic Impact of Sandy

The hurricane's damage has long term effects

Millions have been affected by the storm and its aftermath

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Banks Give Customers Fee Reprieve in Sandy Aftermath

For a short time customers will avoid banking fees

Customers finally get a break from hurricane storm

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Shoppers Have More to Spend This Holiday Season

Consumers plan to budget, turn to mobile this season

Consumers will turn to mobile, budget more this season, analysts say

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5 Ways to Cut Your Grocery Bill Right Now

A penny saved is a penny earned in the grocery aisles

How can you maximize your hard-earned funds in the grocery store?

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After Hurricane Sandy: How You Can Help

A few ways to give immediate assistance to those in need

Millions are still in need of essentials in the aftermath of the storm

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One Year after Superstorm Sandy, Many Small Businesses Aren't Prepared for the Next Disaster

Sandy Shuts Down Wall Street for Second Consecutive Day

The financial hub has not been closed for days in a row since 1888

Sandy continues its destruction up the Eastern Seaboard

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