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CISPA supporters list: 800+ companies that could help Uncle Sam snag your data
During the week of April 23, the House of Representatives is expected to vote on the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act of 2011 (CISPA).
Are landlines doomed?
Analysts say AT&T will likely consider ditching its holdings in regions where it doesn't intend to deliver its U-Verse cable TV and broadband Internet service, similar to how Verizon sold off non-FiOS areas.
A lawn mower crashed into my car; why isn't that covered?
Question: I was driving my husband's car when a man on a riding lawn mower came in the road and hit the car. We have full coverage while the man riding the lawn mower has no insurance.
Local Group Buys Chicopee Plant Property, Building for $1.2 Million
Local investors acquired 41.8-acre industrial spread in North Little Rock that once housed Chicopee in a $1.2 million transaction.
Can hail claim be denied if car is not garaged?
Question: My car received severe damage in a recent hailstorm. My car insurance company knows I have a garage, but the car wasn't parked in it at the time of the storm.
China wine drinkers move upscale, taking pressure off brewers
China's increasingly sophisticated wine buyers are picking up fewer bottes at higher prices, which gives the country's leading beer makers plenty of room to flourish at the lower end of the liquor market.
An In-Depth Guide to HARP 2.0
You may have heard that there were some changes made recently to the government's Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP). Known as HARP 2.0, the new rules are designed to make it easier for certain homeowners with little or no equity to refinance ...
Unilever profits may not be all they seem
Consumer giant Unilever ( UL , quote ) reported strong sales today for the first quarter of 2012, with emerging markets growing ahead of developed markets.
Loan Modifications for a Second Lien
Second mortgages can be a major problem for homeowners seeking mortgage relief through a loan modification or refinance. Fortunately, help is available through the federal Making Home Affordable program (MHA).
Former Shire subsidiary Supernus Pharmaceuticals sets terms for $75 million US IPO
Supernus Pharmaceuticals, a former subsidiary of Shire with five product candidates that treat epilepsy, ADHD and depression, announced terms for its IPO on Wednesday.