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  1. More work needs to be done before impact of PPT repeal is knownRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Northern Michigan News

    In 2016, a proposal approved by Michigan voters in the August 2014 primary will expand and impact more businesses and manufacturers. When it does, the personal property tax paid by small businesses and industries will begin to be phased out, and municipalities will finally see if the promises made during the election cycle leading up to the primary were legitimate or not.

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  2. Taking a measure of the economyRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | DurhamRegion.com

    Durham residents have been cheerfully pumping cheaper gas into their vehicles these last few months as global oil prices continue their decline. Adding to the price bonanza at the pumps was a surprise interest rate cut -- by one-quarter of one per cent -- announced last week by the Bank of Canada.

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  3. UPDATE 1-Greek PM Tsipras pushes on with radical change, markets tumbleRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Reuters

    Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras promised "radical" change on Wednesday as his new government swiftly moved to roll back key parts of Greece's international bailout, prompting a third day of losses on financial markets. A swift series of announcements signalled the newly installed government would not back down from its anti-austerity pledges, setting it on course for a clash with European partners, led by Germany, which has said it will not renegotiate the aid package needed to help Greece pay its debts.

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  4. Sweden's unconventional monetary policy would be no bazookaRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Reuters

    Sweden's central bank may be the next to adopt unconventional policies to fight falling prices, but it is unlikely to match the impact of others as the bond market is small, yields are low and banks are already flush with cash. The European Central Bank said last week it would pump billions of new money into the financial system through sovereign bond purchases, part of a plan to launch a "big bazooka" to revive the economy.

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  5. Longboat Key-Is firefighter morale low on the Key?Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | YourObserver

    Is Longboat Key Fire Rescue in turmoil as negotiations for a new three-year contract begin Friday at Longboat Key Town Hall? Last week, Bullock met with all three shifts of the Fire Rescue without Dezzi present to assess issues in the department following the resignation of former Deputy Chief Matthew Altman over how he disciplined another of the department's three deputy chiefs. Altman resigned Dec. 31, after Dezzi criticized the way Altman disciplined fellow Deputy Chief Sandi Drake.

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  6. Vanishing Existence of Elderly; Crimes Doubled in 5 years Against Senior CitizensRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | PR Log

    PRLog - Jan. 28, 2015 - DELHI, India -- Law student arrested for killing elderly woman - Elderly woman, trying to stop robbery, stabbed 27 times - Son kills parents over property dispute ;some headlines which mourn aloud about the current-victimized- elderly India. Once a haven for senior natives, India now completely falsifies the famous axiom "Japan is the heavenly abode for children, America is for adolescents and India is for Elders".

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  7. The Supreme Court could gut Obamacare. Herea s why that might not matter.Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    A tea party member reaches for a pamphlet titled "The Impact of Obamacare", at a "Food for Free Minds Tea Party Rally" in Littleton, N.H., on Oct. 27, 2012. The Supreme Court could soon move to void many Obamacare subsidies -- something Republicans are banking on to effectively gut the law.

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  8. 1st time buyers escape worst of new ruleRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Business World

    The Central Bank has unveiled new home loan rules that brings in an 80pc loan-to-value mortgage requirement but that gives some relief to first time buyers. It introduces new regulations that will apply "proportionate" limits to mortgage lending by regulated financial services providers in the Irish market, the Central Bank governor, Patrick honohan, said.

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  9. M.D.C. Holdings Announces 2014 Fourth Quarter ResultsRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media

    Although we have made significant progress with our business since the end of the downturn, in 2014 the homebuilding industry experienced weaker demand, following a brief surge in sales velocity and home prices during the first half of 2013. This environment led us to increase our use of incentives during 2014 to stimulate demand for new homes in certain markets.

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  10. 5 financial moves for millennialsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | MarketWatch

    The book on millennials is that they spend too much on beer and frivolous things and they don't save any money. But according to a study by Wells Fargo The 2014 study, which surveyed 1,600 millennials between 22 and 33, found that 53% think about their financial future daily, and nearly one in four are confident they will be able to save for the lifestyle they hope to have.

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  11. Lawsuit: Banned My Maine Ride car dealer had property liens totaling more than $2.6 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News

    A debt collector's lawsuit against Glenn Geiser, former owner of closed Bangor used car dealership My Maine Ride , seeking overdue home mortgage payments has revealed Geiser owed more than $2.6 million to other creditors, including the Maine Revenue Service and the Internal Revenue Service. The complaint for foreclosure against Geiser, 49, of Brewer was filed Dec. 30, 2014 at the Penobscot Judicial Center by Charles Boyle, attorney for legal firm Bendett & McHugh, which specializes in debt collection .

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  12. GoDaddy Pulls Super Bowl Ad Amidst OutrageRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | I4U Future Technology News

    GoDaddy announced to not air the GoDaddy Super Bowl 2015 Ad titled Journey Home because of the outrage it caused among animal lovers. That went quick.

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  13. One of the properties sold in excess of the asking price by Wright Marshall in KnutsfordRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Knutsford Guardian

    Coinciding with the merge was the introduction of Fine and Country homes in association with Wright Marshall, offering the only national estate agency presence in Knutsford. Fine and Country allows your property to be marketed to the widest possible local, regional and national audiences, focusing on those relocating from London and the south east looking for prestigious homes in and around Knutsford.

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  14. Russian government outlines $35 billion anti-crisis planRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | West Australian

    Russia's government intends to spend at least 2.34 trillion roubles to help the economy withstand Western sanctions and the collapse in oil prices, according to a plan which implies the final cost could be much higher. Only 22 of the 60 items were costed, suggesting that the final cost of the plan may be much more than 2.34 trillion roubles, which is the combined costs of the items that had been assigned financing.

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  15. More Debt Fetishism at the Washington PostRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Beat the Press

    We're still down close to five million jobs from our trend employment path. Or, to put this in generational terms, millions of kids are being raised by parents who can't find work.

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  16. Alibaba's Ant Financial takes credit scoring to a new levelRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Finextra Research news

    Ant Financial, the financial services arm of e-commerce giant Alibaba, is leveraging Big Data technology and all of its considerable customer assets to launch a powerful new credit scoring agency. Sesame Credit will use a scoring system based on online and offline data to generate individual credit scores for millions of small business owners and consumers across China.

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  17. high-tech gruenderfonds and business angel robert kabs invest in bo...Read the original story

    4 hrs ago | Tornado Insider

    Berlin-based startup bookingkit successfully completed its first round of financing with investments by the High-Tech Gruenderfonds and Business Angel Robert Kabs, thereby strengthening sustainable growth in sales and product development. Altogether, both new partners invested a mid six-figure sum in the emerging Software-as-a-Service company.

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  18. 3 hurdles to kicking the savings habitRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | MarketWatch

    Brian Vnak is a director of Integrated Advice Strategies at Wealth Enhancement Group , Minneapolis, and has helped numerous clients develop and implement sophisticated financial, tax and estate solutions. Brian is a CPA, with a Bachelor's degree in business administration, and a Master's degree in accounting, both from the University of Notre Dame.

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  19. 10 things you need to know about REITsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | MarketWatch

    Paul Merriman is committed to educating people of all ages to get the most from their retirement investments. Founder of Merriman Wealth Management, a Seattle-based investment advisory firm, he is the author of numerous books on investing: " Financial Fitness Forever ," " Live It Up Without Outliving Your Money ," and the new "How To Invest" series, free at his website: "How To Invest" series: " First Time Investor ," " Get Smart or Get Screwed: How to Select the Best and Get the Most from Your Financial Advisor " and "101 Investment Decisions Guaranteed to Change Your Financial Future."

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  20. 28-Year Crime Sprees of a Peacenik and a ColonelRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Counterpunch

    A former Army Brigadier General was busted two ranks and fined $20,000 this year after being charged with sexual assault of an Army Captain - a subordinate he reportedly threatened to kill if she revealed their affair. Jeffrey A. Sinclair's multiple convictions should have gotten him thrown out of the military, sent to prison and registered as a sexual predator, but the judge in the case, Col.

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