In case you missed anything, here is a recap of our five top stories from this week:
1.) Are Mini Kegs the Best Value for Your Beer Money?
Spending less on beer may not mean resorting to the cheapest beer you can stomach. Beer companies are considering rolling out new mini keg options.
2.) Wanna Be a Government Contractor?
Ever wonder how government contracts are awarded? How do they decide who fixes the local post office roof? This story provides the answers.
3.) This College Major's Average Pay Starts at $80K
Math majors make more money and engineers are swinging the biggest starting salaries. Check out the five most lucrative college majors and their respective average starting paychecks.
4.) 9 Ways to Turn ‘Stuff’ Into Art
Finding really cool artwork can be a pricey proposition. Fortunately there are many clever, easy and inexpensive ways in which to get art up on the walls. Consider fabric panels, electrical tape, old album covers and more.
5.) Denny's Hidden Dining Danger
Buying yourself a big breakfast at Denny’s might seem like a relatively decent value, but a class action lawsuit against the chain focusing on its high sodium levels could make you think again.
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