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A Rich History Underlines the Standard & Poor’s Story

With nearly half of the companies in the S&P 500 having reported their quarterly earnings, 69 percent have beaten analysts' estimates, up from the...

‘The Sun’ll Come Out, Tomorrow!’

The stock market followed similar patterns during the years 2003 and 2004, limping along for much of the year, going neither up nor down,...

Of Storm Loss and Recovery

Now that the word "disaster" has become a topic of daily conversation, let's spend a few minutes discussing the advantages of data-recovery services. The...

Is New Roth 401(k) Plan for You?

I've heard about a new Roth 401(k) account. Could you please explain the details, and who is eligible? Beginning on Jan. 1, 2006, a 401(k)...
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Doing Your Home Work on Selling

Now that the markets are returning to a more normal balance between sellers and buyers, you may need to put more effort into marketing...
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Banking on Community

There were five kids in a blue-collar, Gettysburg household, and Stephen Steinour was the second-oldest. His parents didn't have much, but there was plenty...
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Ready for the Battle of the Broadbands?

The battle for broadband market share between cable and DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) providers gets stronger every day. As the Internet quickly moves from...

To Surf or Not to Surf: Seeking Some Sound Advice

Living in the “Information Age” means that investors have a wealth of financial information at their fingertips. The number of Web sites, message boards...
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Getting in the (Cash) Flow of Things Now

When it comes to your small business's cash flow, the old saying "timing is everything" couldn't be more relevant. For the business owner, the...
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Maestro, If You Please …

The looming retirement of Alan Greenspan, set for January, has spawned lots of chatter among the professional Fed watchers as to who will be...