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Biz Bites

Written by Marin Resnick on . Posted in Posts

At the moment….Stocks are up as the European Central Bank pumped $65.28 billion dollars to bail out the euro zone money markets, who put way too much money into the U.S. Subprime Lending Companies. On Friday, Bernake helped us out by injecting $38 billion down at Wall and Broad.  This morning, the Fed said it [&hellip
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Juveniles Even More Delinquent

Written by Marin Resnick on . Posted in Crime Watch Our Town Downtown, Posts

Early this morning, Newark police arrested a 15-year-old boy who’s suspected to have murdered three Delaware State University students execution-style in Newark, according to the New York Post.   Investigators began focusing on the suspect after lifting a finger print off a beer bottle found at the crime scene, according to the Star Ledger. The freshmen [&hellip
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Go West Old Icon!

Written by Marin Resnick on . Posted in Posts

The Moondance Diner is yet another victim of over gentrification The diner, where Monica Geller once worked, was purchased by Wyoming residents for a mere $7,500 over the internet. It was sold so that more luxury condos could grace the skyline. The relocation of the urban symbol was planned to begin yesterday. However, the city [&hellip
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Bubbles Pop

Written by Marin Resnick on . Posted in Business, Posts

If we’ve learned anything from our formative years, it’s that if you blow a piece of Bubble Yum too big, it’ll burst in your face and leave a stick mess after it breaks. The recent burst of the “easy lending bubble” is making buying the American Dream sticky.  On Monday, New York-based American Home Mortgage [&hellip
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No Sleep till Brooklyn?

Written by Marin Resnick on . Posted in Posts

At 124 years old, the Brooklyn Bridge is a landmark and one of the nation’s oldest bridges. But is it safe to cross?  According to this morning’s Newsday,  National Bridge Inventory compiled by the Federal Highway Administration found that 3.3 percent of bridges on Long Island are "structurally deficient" while the figure was 11.5 percent [&hellip
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Come On, Seven!

Written by Marin Resnick on . Posted in Posts

Lately, the stock market has been worse than a drunken night in Atlantic City. First the Dow Jones was up past 14,000; a mark so high that even non-English speaking taxi drivers were saying, “My mutual fund so good.”  But yesterday, the market took its biggest dive this year, dropping 310 points. Why the drama?  [&hellip
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New Jersey Not the Ugly Stepsister

Written by Marin Resnick on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

NBC is moving at least 1,000 of its employees from their Midtown location at Rockefeller Center just across the George Washington Bridge to Englewood Cliffs, NJ, according to the New York Post. The move comes as no surprise, considering CNBC, the networks popular business station, is already there. According to the network’s own research, "America’s [&hellip
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