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These Cities Offer the Best Prospects for Recent Grads

These Cities Offer the Best Prospects for Recent Grads

Looking to relocate? Some cities offer more in the way of professional and lifestyle opportunity than other do. Which ones are the best?

Staffing firm Robert Half recently set out to determine which U.S. cities offer the most for recent college grads.

Cities are ranked on career prospects, cost…

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Have You Ever Met a Mosquito You Actually Liked?

Have You Ever Met a Mosquito You Actually Liked?

Mosquitos aren’t beloved creatures. They’re not cute, endearing or smart. About the only things they’re good for is annoying us (at best) and spreading disease (at worst). For the most part, we just want to keep them away.

This is particularly important this year, with the threat…

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Banks Have Long Resorted to Bribery

Banks Have Long Resorted to Bribery

Have you been receiving offers of incredible sums of money for opening a bank account recently? Banks started doing this some years back, and the amounts have grown from $50 to $100 to as much as $400 today.

This is nothing new; banks have been bribing new customers for years…

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Cannabis Gets a Trade Show

Cannabis Gets a Trade Show

When did the cannabis industry become so respectable? Suddenly this once seedy (pun intended) business has entrepreneurs with business degrees, a credit union — and even a big industry-sponsored trade fair that’s open to the public.

One such happening event is taking place this weekend, in Portland, Oregon. It…

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(Official) Inflation Remains Low

(Official) Inflation Remains Low

Inflation increased by a modest 0.2 percent in June on a seasonally adjusted basis, according to new figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Specifically, The Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) increased by 0.2 percent during the month.

Over the last 12…

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Shopping Would Never Be the Same

Shopping Would Never Be the Same

It was on a July day in 1995 that a customer placed an online order with a startup company operated out of a two-car garage, and changed retailing forever.

According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the book was called “Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies: Computer Models…

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