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New PBS Investigation Takes Viewers Inside The Financial Collapse

“Breaking the Bank” is a documentary that will be first broadcast tonight on some PBS stations. This is Michael Kirk’s most provocative and insightful work so far in which viewers get a chance to understand the underlying forces of the recent financial collapse. It is focused on the controversial purchase of Merrill Lynch by Bank […]

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Cell Phone Companies Defend Price Hikes On Text Messaging

Cell phone giants denied any conspiracy to purposely raise text message charges at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday. NEWS JUNKIE reported on Monday that today’s hearing would seek answers from the cell phone companies on why text messaging prices have gone from costing one-cent to as much as 25-cents in just five years […]

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Cell Phone Execs Will Face Questions On Text Messaging Price Hikes

Those cell phone companies will have a lot of explaining to do Tuesday when they testify at a U.S. Senate committee hearing on rising text messaging costs. Representatives from Verizon, AT&T, and Cricket will be faced with questions on why those short 160 character SMS messages are costing the consumer too much. Last September, U.S. […]

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New American Fuel Efficient Standards Still A Joke

President Barack Obama ordered Thursday that some $210 million dollars from the stimulus package be spend on buying more fuel efficient government vehicles from our American automakers. But are we going to get a big bang for our buck with more “fuel efficient” American vehicles? No, and here is why: The new fuel efficient requirements […]

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Obama’s Job Plan: Work For 600,000

In a meeting today with the cabinet, the president will announce plans to tap into the $ 787 Billion stimulus package to create 600,000 jobs with 10 major project ready to be implemented in the next three months. Since the stimulus package was adopted in February, the US economy has lost 1.6 million jobs to […]

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