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DirecTV Reluctantly Ends Rob Lowe Commercials Following Complaints


After DirecTV provided us with belly laughs for months with commercials featuring Rob Lowe and his “creepy, weird, loser” alter ego with cable, DirecTV announced they will no longer be running the commercials series. The decision was made with much ...

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Starbucks Now Offering 4 Years Of Free College To Full-Time Employees

Starbucks College Achievment Plan Increased To 4 Years

Seattle, Washington – Forget about student loans, start brewing some coffee. Starbucks has already been widely known for their college tuition plan, known as the College Achievement Plan, which they offer their full-time employees. The previous plan had been that ...

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US Economic Growth Slows Coming Into 2nd Quarter But Still On Upturn

US Economic Growth Slows In March Due To Bad Weather

A decline is job growth has some concerned about an economic slowdown in the US economy during March. Despite adding 120,000 new jobs to the market, the growth is less than what was expected by many analysts. The good news ...

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Oil Is Likely To Fall To The $40 A Barrel Mark By Summer 2015

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Oil futures fell after announcement of a preliminary deal with Iran that could soon bring an end to sanctions on Iranian oil by Western powers. That could add to the glut of oil worldwide which is playing havoc with oil prices. On Thursday, West ...

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2015 New York International Auto Show Brings Some Low-Budget Thrillers

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New York City, New York – Big horsepower numbers were not the crowd pleasers this time around as the New York International Auto Show opened. Journalists and spectators seemed to be drawn to the attractive and attractively priced. It seems ...

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Shutdown Of GM Plant In Oshawa Ontario Threatens 33,000 Jobs

Oshawa Plant Where Camaro Is Made Faces Closure

Oshawa, Ontario – Auto manufacturing is big business in Ontario Canada, where GM, Ford, and Chrysler have assembly plants. These plants manufacture cars for the world market, and not just for Canada. There are entire cities that rely heavily on ...

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2016 Smart ForTwo Could Help Revive Dying Brand

2016 Smart ForTwo

The current 2015 Smart ForTwo is seeming like a bit of a relic, and all of it’s initial cutesy buzz has died off. What they currently offer is really just an over-priced two-seater car that gets marginally good gas mileage ...

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Payday Loans Increasingly Out Of Control, Regulation Needed

Payday Loan Stores Possibly Getting Regulations

All across America payday loan stores have been popping up in every city. For many years these institutions have largely taken over real estate when other businesses have closed up. Places that used to be fast food restaurants are now ...

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