Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 17, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 17, 2011
on February 17, 2011

In today’s roundup: Gas prices are up, wholesale prices are up, housing starts are up – but Borders is down and possibly out, and the same can be said for the human stars of Jeopardy.

Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 16, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 16, 2011
on February 16, 2011

In today’s roundup: Bankruptcies are still rising, but health insurance premiums may start dropping. Meanwhile, two stock markets merge, airfares climb (but not for everyone), and energy drinks might not give you energy.

Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 15, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 15, 2011
on February 15, 2011

In today’s roundup, Obama’s budget doesn’t cut as deep as Republicans want, but it does cut some weirdly obscure programs. Also: Money for the BP oil spill victims isn’t flowing, China’s economy is still growing, and unmarried couples are signing pre-nups.

Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 14, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 14, 2011
on February 14, 2011

In today’s roundup: Love in the office, mortgages on the rise, gas prices on a record pace, Obama under heat, and Lego in a battle.

Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 11, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 11, 2011
on February 11, 2011

In today’s roundup: Companies that pay pathetically little tax, an app that helps you pay your own taxes, a list of inflation-free foods, banks that are going bye-bye, and college students who marry for money.

Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 10, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 10, 2011
on February 10, 2011

In today’s roundup: The U.S. finds more oil, China needs more water, ID thieves prey on fewer victims, a fast-food chain loses much of its workforce to immigration raids, and some people think hoarding light bulbs is a bright idea.

Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 9, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 9, 2011
on February 9, 2011

In today’s roundup: Tax cheats get a second chance, smart phones get bragging rights, Amway investors get a settlement, Tac Bell customers get a free taco, and couples get sex advice – from economists.

What Teens Really Think About Money
What Teens Really Think About Money
on February 9, 2011

In an essay contest, high schoolers wrote about their innermost thoughts about cash. The results were much more mature than you might think.

Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 8, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 8, 2011
on February 8, 2011

In today’s roundup: Sugar prices and credit card use are going up, but Ford’s reputation and federal tax rates are going down. Meanwhile, you can check if your county is an economically good place to live.

The Week in Review: Funny Money Stories
on February 7, 2011

Here are some amusing developments that the staff here at Money Talks News was talking about this week, but we never got around to writing about…

15 Sexy Tips to Save on Valentine’s Day
15 Sexy Tips to Save on Valentine’s Day
on February 7, 2011

Being romantic and being frugal don’t have to be mutually exclusive. Whether it’s flowers, dinner, or jewelry, use these 15 tips to impress your Valentine as well as your savings.

Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 7, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines for Feb. 7, 2011
on February 7, 2011

In today’s roundup: Protests in Egypt cost millions, electric cars could save you thousands, and the trade deficit is worsening because we’re doing better.

Money in a Minute: Headlines For Feb. 4, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines For Feb. 4, 2011
on February 4, 2011

In today’s roundup: The unemployment rate falls, Money buys happiness, Super Bowl commercials, Ford recall, Google jobs, rising prices, and mooching Wi-Fi.

Money in a Minute: Headlines For Feb. 3, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines For Feb. 3, 2011
on February 3, 2011

In today’s roundup: Egypt turmoil affects airfares, the job market is improving, bargains abound on flat-screen TVs, the economy takes a snow day, and more from the world of money today.

Money in a Minute: Headlines For Feb. 2, 2011
Money in a Minute: Headlines For Feb. 2, 2011
on February 2, 2011

In today’s roundup: Chevy’s Volt shocks Nissan’s Leaf, Dow tops 12,000, mortgage fees increase, AT&T is accused of overcharging, and the unbanked are finding financial services at an unlikely place.

The 10 Most Popular American Dogs
The 10 Most Popular American Dogs
on February 1, 2011

The American Kennel Club has just announced the top dog breeds in the nation. And there are some surprises.

Money in a Minute: Today’s Top Headlines From the World of Money
Money in a Minute: Today’s Top Headlines From the World of Money
on January 31, 2011

In today’s roundup: Shaky stocks, food prices may be going up to stay, silver outshines gold as an investment, Ford is driving home the profits… and more news you can use.

Money in a Minute: Today’s Top Headlines From the World of Money
Money in a Minute: Today’s Top Headlines From the World of Money
on January 28, 2011

In today’s roundup: More people are buying homes, good news on unemployment, Chevy Volt goes national, digital book sales now surpassing paperbacks, gold isn’t glittering… and the biggest one-year investment gain in history.

Money in a Minute: Today’s Top Headlines From the World of Money
Money in a Minute: Today’s Top Headlines From the World of Money
on January 27, 2011

More jobs are disappearing, Social Security is evaporating, and minivans are being recalled. But there’s also good news today – about car loans, smart phones, and football.

4 Ways to Protect Against Old-School Identity Theft
4 Ways to Protect Against Old-School Identity Theft
on January 25, 2011

Identity theft doesn’t just happen through your computer. Otherwise savvy Americans are getting ripped off the old-fashioned way: through the U.S. mail.

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