This month, the federal government announced new rules for sunscreen. What they failed to announce, however, was how to save some money while you save your skin.
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In the past, Apple offered college students a free iPod Touch when they bought a computer. Not this year – but you have other options.
Last week, J.D. Power and Associates released its annual “Initial Quality Study,” and the hype is continuing right through this week. But there’s some news the carmakers don’t want you to know – like overall quality is declining.
Here are some interesting and amusing developments from the past week that aren’t exactly news but might make you smile.
Times are tough these days, but apparently, they were in the old days, too. We just don’t remember. Here’s a quick look at sound bites from long ago that could have been uttered on last night’s news.
In today’s news: Oil prices will plunge further with strategic release, fixed mortgages stay fixed, Google may be in oodles of trouble, Toyota trumps Ford, and the IRS has a heart.
In today’s news: The economy isn’t looking so hot, homes are selling for cash, Apple will update the iPhone, GM recalls crossovers, troop withdrawals won’t save all that much, and two office supply stores might merge.