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Must Read Money Stories, Tuesday, Oct. 21
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Must Read Money Stories, Tuesday, Oct. 21

By on Oct 21, 2014

Apple sold 39 million iPhones last quarter, shattering last year’s sales. The technology company made $8.5 billion in profit, according to the New York Times, which was 13.3 percent higher than 2013’s fourth quarter earnings. Analysts point to Apple’s skyrocketing sales of its new iPhones as one of the major reasons for its success, as […]

Airport restaurants get a major upgrade
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Airport restaurants get a major upgrade

I’m of an age when I remember when airport eateries were utilitarian affairs, where you were lucky to get a snack bar, a generic fast-food joint and an unbranded, Soviet-style restaurant as your only food options. Those days passed after airports realized that one, airline revenues continue to drop as carriers consolidate and cut service. And two, with […]

Must Read Money Stories, Monday, Oct. 20
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Must Read Money Stories, Monday, Oct. 20

Business jet demand is slowly climbing. The National Business Aviation Association convention opens on Monday, and there is some cautious optimism that orders are picking up. An annual forecast from Honeywell International Inc. estimates global deliveries of as many as 9,450 new business jets valued at about $280 billion between 2014 and 2024, according to […]

The money tale of two World Series teams
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The money tale of two World Series teams

After a lot of extra-inning games, the 2014 World Series matchup has finally been decided. The Kansas City Royals and San Francisco Giants have some things in common regarding how they got so deep into October — both reached the Series via wild card games and strong bullpens. But that’s where the similarities between these […]

5 things to know about Taylor Swift's latest marketing ploy
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5 things to know about Taylor Swift’s latest marketing ploy

When it comes to marketing, Taylor Swift seems to have a golden touch. She senses the right moment to put out a new single, and flash! it hits the top of the charts. She ranks No. 18 on Forbes’ Celebrity 100 list, earning an estimated $64 million last year. Now, she’s come up with a […]

How aircraft orders contribute to the local economy
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How aircraft orders contribute to the local economy

You often hear stories about airlines order new jets, from big companies such as Boeing or Airbus. But, what do they mean to the communities where those airlines are from? Seattle-based Alaska Airlines recently announced an order of 10 new Boeing 737-900 jets. The carrier also happens to be in the back yard of where […]

Bad news for Airbnb in New York State
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Bad news for Airbnb in New York State

Millions of people have booked rooms around the world through Airbnb, the online site. But the attorney general of New York State raises some serious questions about Airbnb’s legality. According to a report released Thursday, as many as 72 percent of Airbnb reservations over the last several years violated New York law. The report, “Airbnb […]

Must Read Money Stories, Thursday Oct. 16
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Must Read Money Stories, Thursday Oct. 16

Global markets plummeted on Wednesday. Though Wall Street had a resurgence toward the end of the day, the Dow Jones industrial average dropped by 173.45 points yesterday. The dip came after a massive sell-off in Europe as the Eurozone continues to struggle. The New York Times says investors fear that governments don’t have the policy […]

Who actually pays for airport WiFi?
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Who actually pays for airport WiFi?

Anyone who has traveled in the past year knows that WiFi in airports varies wildly. There are airports like Las Vegas’s McCarran International Airport, which has very robust — and most importantly, free — WiFi.  There are airports like Phoenix Sky Harbor and Mineta San Jose that offer completely free WiFi.  Baltimore-Washington International is among […]