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Online Gambling Online Gambling

Meet a recent college graduate who just started both an entry level job at a securities firm and a new habit -- gambling online between fifteen and twenty hours a week.
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The Scooter Craze The Scooter Craze

We've all seen them: scooters on sidewalks; scooters on streets; scooters ridden by kids and adults alike. It's the scooter craze, and this fashionable trend is growing more popular every day.
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New Economy, New Worker New Economy, New Worker

Redefining the way we work has become popular during the last ten years of technological boom. A new type of worker in this new economy is beginning to emerge.
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Early Admissions May Mean Tough Decisions Early Admission May Mean Tough Decisions

For many high school seniors, their final year speeds by in a blur of excitement. For a growing number, however, the new buzzword surrounding college admissions is "early decision."
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Women and Investing Women and Investing

It's not unusual for women to hold the reins on the family finances, but more and more often they are also taking over the role of managing their family's investment portfolio.
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Hot Dogs and Dot Coms Hot Dogs and Dot-Coms

What does a street vendor selling sandwiches have in common with a dot-com CEO? The CEO will be eating a lot of shish kebabs if his start-up fails in the current technology crash.
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Scenes From A Mall Scenes From A Mall

Shuttle and express flights used to be the best way to get to nearby cities. These days, however, delays and cancellations are becoming a big problem.
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I Need It, Mommy! I Need It, Mommy!

We live in a consumer-driven society, saturated with goods, high-tech toys, and incredible gadgets, so it comes as no surprise that teens want a chunk of it.
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Do It Yourself Mutual Funds Do It Yourself Mutual Funds

In the ever-changing world of money, it's not surprising that new ways of investing are evolving. Right now, the incentive is high for companies to give the public what they want.
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eBooks Are Here! Where Are You? eBooks Are Here! Where Are You?

You've heard about them for years, but have you ever seen an eBook reading device? If you answered yes, you're among a select few.
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Venture Philanthropy Venture Philanthropy

After the financial boom of the '90s, a lot of people have the time and money to make a difference in the world. Read about one man who's out to save the environment.
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Corporate Child Care Corporate Child Care

Many companies are recognizing the importance of providing their employees with convenient, safe, and affordable childcare either nearby or even in the office.
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A Recipe For Success A Recipe For Success

As little as five years ago, Julia Child was America's only celebrity chef. Today, however, making celebrities out of their chefs, THE FOOD NETWORK has cashed in on cuisine.
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Healthcare Headaches Healthcare Headaches

Getting sick is a real pain. Add to that the hassles of fighting with an insurance company over denied claims and you're likely to get a real headache.
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Green Machines Green Machines

Meet the proud owner of a new Honda Insight, a hybrid automobile that combines an electric motor with a gasoline engine to achieve fuel-efficiency and nearly zero pollution.
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Runway to Success Runway to Success

To be a successful fashion designer, you need talent and a business model. But combining the two can be easier said than done. The runway is littered with those who have tried and failed.
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Airlines and Airfares Airlines and Airfares

There are lots of airfares out there, and you can find them on the Web, but how can you ever really know whether you're getting the best fare available?
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Do You Know When to Sell? Do You Know When to Sell?

Now that the market is tanking, doesn't it seem strange that analysts aren't advising us to sell? Is this a conspiracy to keep us holding on to our stocks?
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Drug Advertising Drug Advertising

If you watch commercial TV, there's a fair chance you've been seeing a lot of advertising for prescription drugs. Not surprisingly, drugs that advertise are also among the best-sellers.
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Corporate Layoffs Corporate Layoffs

In an era when layoffs and downsizing has become common, what can you expect from your employer if you company hits a tough spot? Here are some real-life layoff stories.
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Digital Doctors Digital Doctors

With the advent of personal digital assistants (P.D.A.s), companies are racing to provide e-solutions like E-Pocrates, a free software that functions like a drug reference book.
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Online Music Mania Online Music Mania

That Money Show predicts the future of the music industry in light of the recent Napster controversy.
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The Bull The Bear and You The Bull The Bear and You

These days it seems like everyone's in the stock market. In fact, 50 percent of U.S. households now own shares directly or through mutual funds. Twenty years ago, it was less than 20 percent.
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Elder Care Elder Care

As the baby boomers age, so do their parents. Sandwiched between the needs of their parents and their children, many boomer households are stressed out and stretched for time, money, and piece of mind.
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The Handheld Revolution The Handheld Revolution

It wasn't long ago that the Palm Pilot was first introduced, but today many users admit they can't live without these hand-held computers known as Personal Digital Assistants or PDAs.
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Socially Responsible Investing Socially Responsible Investing

What price greed? That Money Show on socially responsible investing.
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Arthur Levitt's Investment Lessons Arthur Levitt's Investment Lessons

Need expert financial guidance? Arthur Levitt's master class on That Money Show.
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Wedding Insurance Wedding Insurance

Thinking of getting hitched? That Money Show features marriage: the most expensive thing you'll ever do ... Or undo.
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Crude, But Expensive! Crude, But Expensive!

Running out of gas this summer? Don't be fuelish: stay home and watch That Money Show.
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Workplace Surveilance Workplace Surveilance

Is big brother watching you at work? Find out on this week's That Money Show.
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The Online Travel Industry The Online Travel Industry

Surfing the 'net for vacation bargains? That Money Show examines the online travel industry.
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Job Security Job Security

Is job security a thing of the past? Weathering the bear market in different regions and industries.
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Digital Cameras Digital Cameras

Buying a digital camera to use on your summer vacation? Do some 'comparison shopping' with That Money Show.
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Mutual Funds Master Class

THE SEQUEL: Morningstar's Don Philips is this week's guest expert.
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Who's Teaching Our Kids?

That Money Show asks, 'Who's Teaching Our Kids?' United auto workers to organize Columbia University.
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Avon - The Company for Women

"Avon calling!" Why would a 115 year-old company change its business model?
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