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Economic Week That Is: May 28-June 1

Hello again, financial mavens. This is the highly anticipated, but so far never duplicated walk through the economic week that is. From now on this popular Money Examiners feature is going to run on Fridays so that you will have the weekend to ponder the meaning of it all. What have we found that will affect your […]

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T-Mobile/Sprint Mega Telecom Merger: The Business Ramifications

On April 30, Sprint and T-Mobile announced a planned merger. The merger between telecommunications powerhouses will form a mega-couple that is a shakeup to the world’s cell service along with its communication electronics. Why did this merger happen, and what does this union mean to the millions of customers that rely on one of these […]

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Top Cities for Job Opportunities in 2018

There may be “Money” in our name, but we are the first to say, “Get outside and smell the roses.” In fact, we are all about appreciating environmental beauty, gaining access to local culture, and becoming a patron of the arts. Because it isn’t the money, honey, that makes the world go around. It’s seeing […]

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Smartphone May Communicate You’re Rich

There’s a pretty good chance you’re reading this from your Smartphone.  If not, it can’t be too far away. Chances are you looked at it less than 5 minutes ago. Statistically, Americans look at their phones 150 times a day- about every 6 minutes. Smartphones have become much more than telephones, and may even communicate you’re rich. […]

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Commercial Space Travel Near Reality

              Science fiction might be on the verge of reality. Commercial space travel might is near. The man leading the charge is Elon Musk, the billionaire behind Tesla Motors (NASDAQ: TSLA) and Solar City Corporation (NASDAQ: SCTY). Musk’s space exploration company, SpaceX has a $1.6 billion contract to launch […]

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Cable TVs Best Survival Bet

As cable TV tries to survive, consumer groups are demanding that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) block company buyouts, while cable companies best bet is charging more of the customers they retain. Consumers have been dumping cable and satellite subscriptions in droves. The number of cable subscribers shrank 21% between 2007 and 2017. Some subscribers cut […]

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