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First Quarterly Loss for Microsoft Reported   For the first time in the 26 years as a public company, Microsoft announced that it encountered a quarterly loss. The company said that its online ad business is a bust as it gets ready for a major product…>read more

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Application for Bar Admission by Immigrant Supported by California Attorney General   Sergio Garcia is living in the country illegally and is a Mexican immigrant. Garcia finished law school by working multiple jobs and taking the money made from publishing a self-help book. Garcia is running into problems with practicing law…>read more

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Woman Escapes Store Topless Following Theft   Aishana Clayton used one of the most innovative methods recently to escape from the police after she was caught on camera stealing a pack of Pampers diapers. Clayton was taking the diapers from a Pathmark store in Upper Darby,…>read more

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Ann Romney Defends Mitt’s Decision Not to Release Tax Returns Mitt Romney’s wife, Ann, is again taking to the media to let the public know that she is standing behind her husband’s refusal to release years of tax returns. Ann Romney spoke on ABC News and said “we’ve given all…>read more

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12 Dead from Shooting at Batman Premier in Colorado   James Holmes walked into the Century 16 movie theater in Aurora, Colorado and opened fire, killing 12 people at 12:30 a.m. Friday morning. The theater was packed with patrons who were there to watch the premier of the latest…>read more

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Ultimate Warrior Accused of Fraud   A wrestler from the former World Wrestling Federation, the Ultimate Warrior, was named in a police report for bilking a collector out of $28,000 and a boatload of wrestling merchandise. Some of the wrestling merchandise includes trunks worn in…>read more

No Comment July 18, 2012

Capital One Fined by Two Groups for Misleading Customers   Capital One was fined on Wednesday by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for pressuring and misleading over two million credit card customers. Capital One agreed that it would pay $210 million to settle two regulatory cases. The consumer agency…>read more

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Average Canadian Wealthier Than Average American   Americans beware, our neighbors to the north are slowly becoming wealthier than we are on average. For the previous five years, American households have been exceeded by the average net worth of Canadian households. By more than $40,000 on…>read more

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Brandeis School of Law Promised $2.4 Million in Scholarships Accidentally   The Brandeis School of Law, at the University of Louisville, promised incoming students $2.4 million more in scholarship money than they were scheduled to receive over the upcoming three years because of an error by the school’s admissions director.…>read more

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Duane Morris Sued by Former CEO of SecureNet   The former chief executive officer from a Maryland credit card processing company has sued Duane Morris for negligence and breach of fiduciary duty. The lawsuit is asking for over $192 million in damages and was filed on Monday in…>read more

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