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A card issuer offers to boost a customer's credit card limit. Accepting it could help boost his credit scores and come in handy in an emergency. Alas, there is also a downside.
If you're looking for clothes, grills or computers, now's the time to buy. But if you're thinking about a mattress or an e-reader, it might pay to sleep on it.
Whether your car was barely scratched or badly damaged, you have some decisions ahead.
B&N should be getting out of the hardware business completely and focus on its software and on selling e-books and digital magazines.
Interest rates are up well ahead of any action by the Fed. Many experts think the lowest rates in the foreseeable future are the ones we're griping about now.
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