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Gas prices continue to drop, but that doesn't make an SUV more cost-efficient unless you get a deal.
The president's poorly named plan to collect more inheritance tax can make handing down even minor investments a major hassle.
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There are more than a dozen first-time advertisers at this year's Super Bowl, but one of these five is dumping its entire annual ad budget into it.
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If you're complaining about Katy Perry this year, just be grateful that she isn't a 3-D Elvis impersonator.
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