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Have Bitcoin, Will Travel

Bitcoin is continuing to move into the mainstream with the recent announcement that the online booking company Expedia will now accept the crypto-currency as a

Fighting Corruption May Save You Money

According to a new study conducted by the University of Hong Kong and Indiana University, the top ten most corrupt states in the nation are:

Teaching Kids to Make Healthy Menu Choices

According to the National Restaurant Association, Americans spend 47% of the food dollar (defined as the expenditure by U.S. consumers on domestically produced food) on

Oil Prices Surge

Oil prices surged yesterday due to increasing instability in Iraq. As Militants took control of Mosul and Tikrit, two of Iraq’s largest cities, the Brent

FDA Recommends that Consumers Eat More Fish

The FDA has announced that they now recommend that pregnant women and children incorporate more fish into their diets. The report recommends that pregnant women

Above All, Customers Want Free Shipping

In a survey entitled, “Pulse of the Online Shopper,” United Parcel Service, Inc. found 93% of online shoppers have taken action to qualify for free

Summer Gas Prices to Remain High

AAA recently released its outlook for summer gas prices. They expect prices to remain high, but stable, throughout the summer. According to the report: AAA

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