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How To Write A Mind Blowing Headline For Twitter So People Will Read Your Blog | Jeffbullas's Blog
The latest Twitter statistics show that Twitters growth last year was over 1,300% with the latest numbers revealed by Twitter at their Chirp conference for developers in April showing Total number of users at 105 million (12 months ago that number was 8 million) Twitter received 180 milli
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Why Not to Get a Small-Business Loan at a Big Bank - TheStreet
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- After the recent negative response to an article on small-business lending efforts, we decided to ask a few more industry sources on what is really going on at the big banks. Ami Kassar, CEO of MultiFunding, a broker for small-business loans, says big banks are far from the best place for a small business to get a loan.
Moody's Confirms City's Bond Rating - News In Our City - The City of Long Beach, New York
Long Beach, NY - Moody's Investors Service has confirmed the Baa3 the rating on the City of Long Beach's (NY) $48.3 million outstanding general obligation debt. Moody's has stated that the City's rating "is no longer under review for downgrade."
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Are The Europeans About To Start The Second Half Of Our Great Depression? | ZeroHedge
"Just when we think the worst is over - and let's face it we have been in this crisis for five years - we get the second half; are the Europeans about to start the second half our Great Depression with massive bank runs" are the Jaws-music-inspired words that recent media-favorite (yes, us too) Niall Ferguson uses in an interview with CBC. - The FT web app
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'Who Was Steve Jobs' Children's book hits store shelves
This looks great (via theLoop). 'Who was" books are aimed at teaching kids about important people in history. Some pages via Amazon.
My 'Fast Money' Recap - TheStreet
This column originally appeared on Real Money Pro at 8:12 a.m. EDT on May 9. NEW YORK (Real Money) -- I talked both bonds (sell) and stocks (buy) in last night's segment. Let's go directly to the tape! I continue to view the short bond trade as having a very favorable risk/reward yield.
Constructive on U.S. Housing - TheStreet
This column originally appeared on Real Money Pro at 7:58 a.m. EDT on April 27. NEW YORK (Real Money) -- A new development is catching home buyers off guard as the spring sales season gets under way: Bidding wars are back. From California to Florida, many buyers are increasingly competing for the same house.
Residential Real Estate Is Ready to Recover - TheStreet
This column originally appeared on Real Money Pro at 8:39 a.m. EDT on March 28. NEW YORK (Real Money) -- The housing market's shadow inventory of unsold homes is starting to clear, certain areas of the country are experiencing signs of more robust activity, and, despite low levels of new-home production (based on historical data), homebuilders are even regaining pricing power in several geographic regions.