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The costs for cancer care topped $124 billion in 2010 in the United States.
Disasters and low retail sales and industrial output also keep the economy soft.
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The super-wealthy follow brands because they love them, according to an Affluence Collaborative survey.
Square announces new apps for Android and iOS that use current smartphone technology to handle instant transactions.
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Credit scores, personal bankruptcy, foreclosures and other criteria were considered to determine an area's financial stability.
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It's a good idea to start planning what to do with your tax refund. There are new options available to those who want to do good with their money while doing well.
A new show on the TLC network showed shoppers it's possible to get $600 worth of groceries for less than $10.
Policymakers at the U.S. Federal Reserve largely agree that promoting economic growth is still more urgent than constraining rising consumer prices.
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America's economy is best known for its ultra-capitalist ways, but local bartering between tradesmen is as trendy today as ever.
Video: Billions of dollars. That's the amount of unclaimed money in the U.S. waiting to be given back to the rightful owners.
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