The News Corp. head still manages to take a profit on the sale of his Long Island estate.
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If you have one of these cards, you probably don't normally read a personal-finance site.
They're extremely well-reimbursed by anything but Wall Street standards, but too many are ill-prepared if the cash spigot stops flowing because of a work stoppage.
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