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Reports: Second Marysville-Pilchuck High School Shooting Victim Dies

Unconfirmed reports indicate that one of the other students who was shot this morning at Marysville-Pilchuck High School has passed away. According to friends (including some who are at the hospital), Zoe Galasso has died. She was one of several … More » The post Reports: Second Marysville-Pilchuck High School Shooting Victim Dies appeared first on EveryJoe.

Lone Pine Capital 2014 Q3 Investor Letter

Lone Pine Capital’s 2014 Q3 investor letter is out. Lone Pine Capital is one of the largest hedge funds in the World. Stephen Mandel‘s Lone Cypress lost 1.9% during the first 9 months of this year. Lone Kauri fund lost 2.1%, Lone Cascade lost 0.9%, and Lone Tamarack gained 1.7% during the same period. S&P 500 […]

From $33 in Her Pocket to $35 Million With a Cupcakes

Gigi Butler was a cleaning lady with just $33 to her name when she opened her first cupcake shop in Nashville, Tennessee, almost seven years ago.

Don't Miss SolarCity Corp and SunPower's Weapon to Rule Rooftop Solar

You know all about the benefits of solar power, but SolarCity and SunPower have found a new way to dominate this country's rooftops.

Battle of Westport 150th Year Anniversary: Live from Swope Park

[THE BATTLE OF WESTPORT: 150th Anniversary Exhibition& Reenactment October 23-26, 2014 :: ????6601 Swope Parkway, Kansas City, MO 64132](

17 Expert Ways to Save Money Every Day

Since there’s no one-size-fits-all way to save, GOBankingRates uncovered a few of the most savvy savings tips from the financial space.

The Real Reason Many Americans Dislike Obamacare

Obamacare has quite a handful of critics, but the majority dislike it because of this reason.

Use This New Roth IRA Trick to Boost Your Retirement Savings

A new ruling from the IRS will make it easier for 401(k) participants to get around income limits.

Stealthy, Superfast, Robotic "Ghost" Boats: Is This the Future of the U.S. Navy?

Fast, effective, stealthy, and cheap -- these boats pose a clear and present danger to some of investors' favorite defense contractors.

4 Tech Billionaires You’ve Likely Never Heard Of

They hail from all parts of the globe, but have a couple things in common: They’re all billionaires, and they all fly under the radar.

T-Mobile Wants to Give You An iPad -- Sort Of

Carriers have seen success by selling smartphones in lower monthly payments, and now T-Mobile is trying the same concept with iPads, a move that could be great.

The Las Vegas Game You Should Avoid At All Costs

You'll be surprised which games have the worst and best odds in Vegas

People Really Hate Monsanto, Its Latest Move Shows It Couldn't Care Less

As if people didn’t hate Monsanto enough, they’re now going against the EPA and further harming this crucial insect.

World War II airmen fly again in last operational B-29 bomber

Taking bittersweet nostalgia to new heights, "Fifi," — the last World War II-era B-29 bomber still operational — carried veterans up, up, and away at an air expo in New Orleans on Friday. "It was kind of emotional, you know… to hear those engines rev up," David Fisher, a WWII vet, said. Show More Summary

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