5% Dividends You Can Believe In
Don't let other companies' dividend cuts turn you away from these high-yielders. The list includes Consolidated Edison, Eli Lilly, Genuine Parts, HJ Heinz, Pitney Bowes and Verizon.
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Kings of Customer Service: Keeping Customer Loyalty in a Recession
Business Week's annual list of customer service stars shows companies using creative strategies to retain customer loyalty in the recession. Topping the list this year is Amazon.com who are giving customers more choice. Other customer service champs include Lexus, Publix Supermarkets, Zappos.com, HP, Ace Hardware, USAA Insurance, Trader Joe's, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Marriott and Charles Schwalb.
5 Stocks That Benefit From Others' Losses
These companies could gain from the financial misery of its peers. They include Best Buy, Barnes & Noble, Staples, Intel and Tiffany & Co.
3 bargain bin tech stocks, stimulus package: What's in it for you & 6 retailers that are thriving - Today in Money 2/18
Stimulus Package: What's in It For You
Find out how much you'll benefit from the government's big plan.
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How Much Will You Get From Stimulus Package?
Find out how much you'll benefit from the government's big plan. Most workers will end up with an extra $8 a week. But the $787 billion economic stimulus package, which President Obama is expected to sign Tuesday, contains numerous provisions that could save you much more than that, depending on your circumstances. Here's a closer look at who stands to gain from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
6 stocks to lead a value comeback, America's most ticketed cars & are you money ethical? - Today in Money 2/12
When cheap shares stop trailing, these names will do well. The include Kodak, Allstate, Meredith, JC Penney, MeadWestvaco and Whirlpool.
5 dividend stocks for this market, best buys in bonds & America's most miserable cities - Today in Money 2/10
5 Dividend Stocks for This Market
These picks have generous yields - and a history of dividend hikes. They include BP, Altria, Vodafone, PPG Industries and Bristol-Myers Squibb.
Jobs Problem You Don't Know About
The sharp jump in layoffs gets all the attention, but it's the lack of hiring and job openings that pose greater risks for the labor market and economy.
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10 Biggest Gaffes of the Financial Crisis
Wall Street and the rest of the financial industry have long had a reputation for attracting some of the best and brightest minds around. Then came the financial crisis. The continuing crisis is turning out incidents of seemingly utter tone-deafness and greed at a remarkable pace. Here are the 10 worst so far.
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5 (Cheap) Stocks to Buy Now for the Long Run
Retail, technology, and materials companies with growth potential. They include IBM, Kohl's CVS Caremark, Freeport MacMoRan and Oracle.
February trading strategies, conspicuous overconsumption & saving thousands on insurance - Today in Money 2/2
Here Come the Tax Cuts
The new Congress will hit the ground running on tax cuts. House taxwriters have already approved a big package to help jump-start the economy and get extra money into taxpayers' wallets, and the Senate will follow soon, with the goal of getting a bill to President Obama's desk by mid-February. Here are the tax breaks individuals can expect if the bill passes.
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Dirty Secrets of 'Going Out-of-Business' Sales
They're seen as either big-time bargains or big-time scams. What really goes on at a "going-out-of-business" sale is something in between, according to experts. Do 'closeout' sales mean the lowest prices? Not always. And where did all that extra merchandise come from?
How to Get $78 From Bank of America
If you were hit with an overdraft fee from Bank of America (or one of the banks it acquired) between 2000 and 2007, you may be in for a little cash. Here's how.
Get Your Office to Look Like John Thain's Lavish Office for Much Less
When John Thain became Merrill Lynch's CEO in early 2008, he hired Michael S. Smith Design to revamp his office suite, spending approximately $1.22 million according to documents. By comparison, Smith is also Michelle Obama's interior designer for the White House, which is paying him only $100,000. The following is what Thain paid for each item some much cheaper alternatives.
Also: List of What Thain Bought -- http://www.cnbc.com/id/28793892
Beware These Safe Haven Stocks
Think you've found a safe haven to wait out the financial storm? Some ports might not be so safe, after all. They include Exxon Mobil, Wal-Mart, Clorox, PepsiCo, Colgate and P&G.