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County saves money by reusing old 'boxes' (The Wichita Eagle)
Some new Chevy ambulances entering the Sedgwick County EMS fleet look a lot beefier than the Fords they've replaced. That's because a brief halt to a Ford production line meant EMS had to go searching for a replacement, at least temporarily, when some of its ambulances had to be retired. But the real story isn't what's on the front end of the EMS ambulances. It's what's happening on the back ...
'TheStreet.com's' Must-Reads on Money and Investing (TheStreet.com)
What's on your money-making reading list this fall? Here's a list of essentials from TheStreet.com .
Teaching kids about money by getting them involved (CNN.com)
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama (AP) -- While his friends spend their money on video games and candy, Nicholas Sella saves most of his $8 weekly allowance, investing part in stocks and stashing the rest into a savings account.
Citadel, SAC Capital Get Pick of Casualties as Carnage Worsens (Bloomberg.com)
Sept. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Balyasny Asset Management LP recruited more than 30 money managers and analysts from competing hedge funds in the first eight months of the year, exceeding its total for all of 2007.
Make your money work harder Labor Day and rest of year (The Shamokin News-Item)
It?s Labor Day, which ironically enough means many people are taking the day off from work. But if you?re like most people, you spend most of your days working hard. And if you?re going to achieve your long-term goals, such as a comfortable retirement, you?ll want your money to work hard for you, too.
Ladies, take control of your money (The News & Observer)
In the 1970s, there was an Enjoli perfume commercial showing a woman, clutching a fist full of money, who proclaimed she could bring home the bacon and fry it up in a pan.
Some tips for handling the stress of investing (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
With the stock market regularly posting triple-digit swings and commodity prices jumping up and down, it's easy to understand why some investors are stressed. "There's a lot of volatility, emotionality and irrationality," said Ari Kiev, a psychiatrist and author of "Mastering Trading Stress: Strategies for Maximizing Performance." Although he focuses on how hedge-fund traders handle stress, Kiev ...
CHECKLIST: Help kids with money (Courier-Post)
"Sheltering kids from financial realities does them no favors," according to Eric Tyson, author of "Let's Get Real About Money! Profit from the Habits of the Best Personal Finance Managers" (FT Press, D$19.99).
HSBC: Wealthiest Clients Moving Money Into Cash (Fox News)
HSBC's Swiss private banking unit head said many of its super-rich clients are taking their money out of stocks and bonds and moving to cash.
Bearish stock mkt driving mutual fund money to debt: Experts (Business Standard India)
In view of the excessive volatility in the stock markets, bulk of the mutual fund money is flowing towards debt and balanced products, say experts. "Markets have fallen 30 per cent since January and a lot of conservatism has creeped into investors.