Bank of America Reverses Loss and Earns $2B

NEW YORK (AP) — Bank of America says it made $2 billion in the last three months of 2011 from selling its stake in a Chinese bank and selling debt. That offset losses and higher legal expenses in its mortgage business. The bank said Thursday that it earned 15 cents per share, falling short of […]

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Get a Kodak Pulse Wi-Fi digital photo frame with extras for $69

(Credit: , Wal-Mart) One of my all-time favorite products–seriously–is the Kodak Pulse digital photo frame. After buying one for myself, I hooked up my parents, my sister, and even a few other relatives. We’re all head-over-heels in love with the thing. I’ll explain why in a minute. For what promises to be a limited time, […]

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Genes Affect How Sharp You’ll Be as You Age

Genes Affect How Sharp You’ll Be as You Age Jan. 18, 2012 — Our genes may play a role in shaping how sharp we remain as we grow older. Researchers analyzed genetic material from about 2,000 people to determine how intelligence changes from childhood to adulthood. All of the study participants took tests that measured […]

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Romney: Gingrich Taking Credit for Job Creation Is Like Al Gore Taking Credit for the Internet

Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney campaigns at the Florence Civic Center in Florence, S.C., Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2012. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak) (CNSNews.com) – GOP presidential frontrunner Mitt Romney told a crowd of supporters in Spartansburg, S.C., on Wednesday that his opponent Newt Gingrich taking credit for creating jobs during his time in […]

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Brittney Palmer Q&A

Getty Images “Accessories are a turnoff.“ Here at AskMen, we’re all about helping guys. But sometimes advice from one dude to another can only go so far. That’s why we decided to go straight to the source to find out what the world’s hottest women actually expect from us. We started with Brittney Palmer, the […]

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Obama Administration Said to Reject Keystone XL Oil Pipeline

Obama Administration Said to Reject Keystone XL Oil PipelineBloomberg The Obama administration will likely announce rejection of TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL pipeline later today … From: http://us.rd.yahoo.com/finance/news/rss/story/*http://us.rd.yahoo.com/finance/news/topfinstories/*http://finance.yahoo.com/news/obama-administration-said-reject-keystone-164402713.html?l=1

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Get an Epson wireless multifunction printer for $59.99 shipped

The Epson Stylus NX530 prints, scans, and copies–and even offers double-sided printing. (Credit: Amazon) Before you spend any more money on ink for that old, rundown inkjet of yours, consider replacing it with a spiffy new multifunction printer–for not much more than you’d pay for a set of new ink cartridges. Today only, and while […]

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Knee, Hip Replacements Carry Blood Clot Risk

Knee, Hip Replacements Carry Blood Clot Risk Jan. 17, 2012 — Doctors have long known that dangerous blood clots can occur after joint replacement surgery of the knees or hips. Now, a new analysis puts numbers on the risk. About 1 in 100 patients who undergo knee replacement surgery and 1 in 200 patients who […]

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Gingrich Won’t Say If South Carolina Is His Last Stand

Myrtle Beach, S.C. (CNSNews.com) – Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich, pitching himself as a Reagan conservative, has said several times that GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney – whom he calls a Massachusetts moderate — must be stopped in South Carolina. However, Gingrich would not say if this means he will concede the race if he loses […]

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As Fed speaks more clearly, what will markets hear?

By Pedro Nicolaci da Costa WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Federal Reserve’s latest push toward increased transparency has so far done more to muddle the outlook for interest rates than clarify it. The historic decision to begin publishing the interest rate forecasts of individual central bank officials after a meeting next week has increased the guesswork […]

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