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The Ticker: Money Stories for Tuesday, July 20

The Ticker: Money Stories for Tuesday, July 20

New dollar signs, debt collector confessions and unemployment declines: A glimpse at the some of the money stories we're reading.
The Ticker: Money Stories For Monday, July 19

The Ticker: Money Stories For Monday, July 19

The cupcake bubble, pot economics and tons of cocoa: A glimpse at the some of the money stories we're reading.
The Ticker: Money Stories for Friday, July 16

The Ticker: Money Stories for Friday, July 16

The high cost of dying, economies behaving badly and offshoring and cities: A glimpse at the some of the money stories we're reading.
The Ticker: Money Stories for Thursday, July 15

The Ticker: Money Stories for Thursday, July 15

In recession and wearing higher heels: A glimpse at the some of the money stories we're reading
The Ticker: Money Stories for Wednesday, July 14

The Ticker: Money Stories for Wednesday, July 14

Corruption epidemic, the stimulus' 3 million jobs and farmers and the financial overhaul: A glimpse at the some of the money stories we're reading.

UPDATE: Hawaii Has the Highest Percentage of Minority-Owned Businesses

Nearly 57 percent of companies in Hawaii are owned by minorities, according to new U.S. Census report.
The Ticker: Money Stories for Monday, July 12

The Ticker: Money Stories for Monday, July 12

Humanizing bankers and taxing tourists and tanners: A glimpse at the some of the money stories we're reading.
The Ticker: Money Stories for Friday, July 9

The Ticker: Money Stories for Friday, July 9

Wal-Mart making us fat, LeBron James and taxes and scams on the elderly: A glimpse at the some of the money stories we're reading.

House Finance Chair Weighs In On Frozen Funds

Rep. Marcus Oshiro says that state finance officials "screwed up" when they bought auction-rate securities that tied up $1 billion in state funds. The money could have helped avoid tax hikes and health care cuts.
The Ticker: Money Stories for Thursday, July 8

The Ticker: Money Stories for Thursday, July 8

China borrows from Japan, Hawaii charges itself, and elderly men in China struggle on the marriage market: A glimpse at the some of the money stories we're reading.
The Ticker: Money Stories For Wednesday, July 7

The Ticker: Money Stories For Wednesday, July 7

Salaries of political leaders, the origin of half the U.S.'s money, and "forever" stamps as good investments: A glimpse at the some of the money stories we're reading.
The Ticker: Money Stories From Around the Web for Tuesday, July 6

The Ticker: Money Stories From Around the Web for Tuesday, July 6

Are Americans worried, the figure of 10 to the 27th power, airport car rentals and school lunches round out today's ticker.
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