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Porsche 918 Spyder Proves the Supercar Is Not Dead

The Porsche 918 Spyder proves that, in an automotive world obsessed with fuel efficiency, the supercar is not dead. Porsche North America CEO Detlev von Platen attributes the brand's consistent sales growth to an investment in new technology.

Heartbleed Causes Mass Insecurity

Heartbleed is either a simple bug, or the most devious weapon the Internet has yet seen.

The Coolest Easter Egg Hunts Around the World

From Colorado to the English countryside, here are a few of the most egg-citing Easter celebrations throughout the globe.

Man Achieves Perfect Credit Score, Issues Press Release

It is estimated that less than 2/10ths of 1% of U.S. consumers have a perfect credit score.

Cannabis Investors Dodge Penny Stock Stigma

Although there are similarities between the dotcom boom and the current cannabis green rush, penny stocks are an element that technology companies didn't have among their challenges at the turn of the century.

How I'll Spend My Tax Refund: 7 Stories

Everyday Americans tell us what they plan to do with their big, fat checks from Uncle Sam.

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travel

You Can Be the First Honeymooners In a Custom Luxury Submarine

7:00 am, April 18, 2014

Snuggle by a stunning coral reef or pull up beside a sunken ship -- but first tell Oliver's Travels how you want your vessel styled.

technology

Cellphone Upgrade Mania: Is the Newest Model Worth It?

3:02 pm, April 17, 2014

Every year the big cellphone manufacturers - namely Apple and Samsung, but also LG, HTC and others - roll out new phone models wrapped in glitzy advertising campaigns ...

credit cards

Consumer Credit Card Debt Dropped in February

2:02 pm, April 17, 2014

Consumers owed less on their credit cards in February, according to a report from the Federal Reserve, showing signs of a more risk averse consumer.

job hunting

College Grads Wanted: What Employers are Looking for Now

9:26 am, April 17, 2014

Business grads can expect a starting salary of just under $54,000.

 

Wood Seen as Popular, Cheap Option to Heat Homes

9:10 am, April 17, 2014

Alternative energy goes old-school.

weird stuff

How the Government Relies on Waffle House, and Other Weird Indicators

9:00 am, April 17, 2014

When more than half of Americans say it's easier to pay taxes than lose weight, you know we have some odd beliefs.

food

Orange Juice Prices Are Squirting Higher

8:47 am, April 17, 2014

Orange juice prices reached a two-year high over fears of smaller harvests in Brazil and Florida, the two largest sources of oranges worldwide. Brace yourself for ...

charity

The Most Outlandish Charity Trends: Is It About Vanity?

8:23 am, April 17, 2014

You put what in a sock? And does it really raise awareness?

Get It for Less

When to Buy Gas, State by State

8:15 am, April 17, 2014

Penny-pinching car owners can expect to find the lowest gas prices on Wednesdays in South Dakota but Thursdays in Delaware and Maryland.

New Site Finds Free Kids’ Meals

Find national and local deals on kids’ meals with KidsMealDeals.com.

How to Save the American Dream

Huge budget deficits could be alleviated with a significant restructuring of tax rates, the president’s commission says.

How to Get Your Kids to Eat Veggies

Here are some tips from parents and pros on how to get your fussy eater to eat healthy.

The Best Gym Deals in America

To help you find a gym in your price range, MainStreet took a look at what some of the national gym chains currently charge for a place to sweat.

5 Tips to Cut a Retirement Shortfall

It's not too late for baby boomers who put off retirement planning and haven't saved enough. Here are five key steps.

Businesses That Doubled Down in the Recession

Many businesses were forced to cut back in the recession, but a few chose to buck the trend by investing more money to expand. Now, they’re profiting as a result.

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