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World War I Ended 96 Years Ago But Britain Is Only Making Its First Debt Payment By Clip Syndicate The UK announced Friday that it will start paying off part of the debt it took on to finance World War I. Consols were issued by Chancellor Winston Churchill in 1927 partly to refinance National War Bonds. The consols are perpetual bonds that pay 4% interest on the face value each year for all time. The £218 million repayment is a fraction of the overall £2 billion still owed from the Great War, which took place between 1914 and 1918. ...Read More »
Lawsuit Over Who Gets Casey Kasem's Life Insurance Check By Clip Syndicate The dogfight over Casey Kasem's estate is now going to court -- his kids are waging war with his widow over a $2 million life insurance policy. MetLife actually filed the lawsuit ... telling the judge it's stumped. Both Jean Kasem and his 3 kids have laid claim to the loot and the insurance company doesn't want to make the wrong decision and then have to pay out twice. So MetLife wants a judge to decide who gets the money.

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Virginia Tech scientists trying to stop destructive snail By Clip Syndicate Sometimes the most dangerous insects come into the U.S. through shipping containers. A team of scientists at Virginia Tech is working on a new way to stop a destructive snail. ...Read More »
Why Online Retailers Continue To Open Brick-And-Mortar Stores By Clip Syndicate In an age when new technology and the growth of pure online-only retailers have industry analysts questioning the future of brick-and-mortar stores, what are online retailers doing to grow their businesses and gain market share? Why, opening up physical storefronts of course. ...Read More »
Florida National Gaurd to retire OH 58 Kiowa helicopter By Clip Syndicate THE OH 58 KIOWA WILL GO UP ON ITS FINAL FLIGHT LATER THIS MORNING...THEN PAST AND PRESENT PILOTS WILL PAY TRIBUTE TO THE AIRCRAFT IN A RETIREMENT CEREMONY AT THE CECIL COMMERCE CENTER ...Read More »
PA Live Prime: Valentine's Jewelers October 29, 2014 By Clip Syndicate More on the found everything that the beaumont has to offer. We're back in the studio. No that the we want to rush the season but there are only five, make that eight fridays until christmas, talk about rushing the season. Wow, no worries, valentines jewelers in dallas are ready to make your holiday shopping experience a true pleasure. Alba and danielle is here, one of your newest staff members, thank you for being here. I like to introduce danielle. She is our store manager. She comes to us with 21 years of experience in thes jewelry business. That is one ever the things i noticed when i go to the shop. You don't have part timers that don't know the jewelry business. You have a lot of experienced staff that can help you with whatever that you need. Absolutely. Because when you walk in the door we want to be able to inform you and guide you in the direction to which you want to be guided so that the person, so you will be a hero with the american you are buying a gift for. The latest trend for the holidays is called endless jewelry charm bracelets. Tell us about this. The endless jewelry is the hottest trend. It has taken europe by storm and now it is here. We are, to celebrate we're offering a double bracelet and a charm. It's $100 value for $69. That is a tremendous deal. These look like bracelets that are unique and just you can look like you could add a number of different charms to them. Absolutely. They have the rose, the white, yellow, they have dangles, crystals, one of my favorites is the lepppard. Beautiful. I love that. Another style that you have, rhythm of love that. Is so popular. It buffet on the scene recently. It has been around for about a year. But it will explode this year. It's a patented technology and it makes the diamond move with the beat of your heart so it's constantly moving and constantly beautiful. We have expanded the collection so that it starts at -- anybody who wants to buy a nice christmas. With only friday fritz left before smacks 100 bucks for fine jewelry, you have to love it and we'll wrap things up with alex and ani. So many people are looking for these. We've sold thousands this year. They will be the hottest thing at christmas this year. Is you can stack then. You can stack three. Five, nine, some people only 15-20. They basically mark every significant moment of your life and they are, they started a $28 so they're affordable for everyone. Perfect. So many great ideas, for the viewers that like to find out more, how can they do that? Check out the website. Most of what we have is on the website. We have a showing site. Valentine jewelry.com, check out valentine as you fine jewelry or come in. Wields' love to see you. Check it out for your pleasant shopping holiday experience. Thank you so much. ...Read More »
Your Led Foot Could Be Costing You By Clip Syndicate Doug Smith Autoplex gives tips to save on gas ...Read More »
Success Connection By Clip Syndicate Crystal Edwards from the City of Reading Community Development Office talks about the Downtown Reading Main Street Program with Michael Grimm. Dele Olaewe talks about his business ventures in downtown Reading. ...Read More »
Women in Small Business: Getting Started By Clip Syndicate Evelyn sits down with Kristin King from Rockford Bank & Trust to discuss women starting small businesses during National Women's Small Business month. ...Read More »
Sony Writes Off $1.5B From Its Mobile Division As It Cuts Smartphone Sales Target Again By Clip Syndicate Sony replaced the head of its mobile division yesterday, and today its latest earnings report gave a clearer indication of why. Sony’s mobile unitincreased its revenuein the last quarter (its fiscal Q2 2014) by 1.2% to $2.83 billion, but the company wrote down the valuation of the business by a whopping $1.59 billion. Overall, the group reported a loss of $785 million despite notching a 7.2% increase in company-wide revenue, which came in at $17.45 billion.

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