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Money sitting in savings accounts used to grow, but with low interest rates and increasing bank fees, savings accounts are starting to be a less appealing place to park your money.
Home buyers grabbed at the $8,000 federal tax credit that ended up in April, but ignored the much larger savings that low interest rates could've given them. What gives?
Costco may be calling to a mall near you. The wholesale retailer, which is known for its spare, warehouse-style stores, are targeting large spaces left by department and other anchor stores.
Bill Radke talks to Greg Wohler of Edge Creative Group, who thought of the idea for Project 100, which distributes one hundred $100 bills to 100 people for 100 days -- no strings attached.
Getting a masterpiece commissioned isn't just limited to the wealthy. Commissioning clubs let people contribute as much as they want -- from the equivalent of giving up one restaurant dinner a month to more than the cost of a European cruise.
Marketplace for Thursday, August 26, 2010