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Money: Guardian Of The Galaxy’s Chris Pratt Surprises As One Of Forbes’ Top Stars Of 2014

Forbes Magazine released its annual list of highest-grossing celebrities. Jennifer Lawrence was No.1 What is surprising is who came in second, Chris Pratt. Before this year Chris Pratt was only known for a few select roles. He was a mainstay on the under-appreciated NBC series Parks and Recreation, and played Scott Hatterberg in the baseball drama Moneyball. However, when it comes to 2014, Pratt had his share of success. He
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Money: Student Loan Myths — Revealed

Are you entangled in student loan that is drowning you? Are you struggling to pay it off and getting frustrated about the fact? If so, you’re not alone. Millions of Americans are buried in student loan debt with recent data suggesting that an ever increasing 70% of college grads in 2014 have student loans which is almost 50% greater 20 years ago. The average amount of debt for undergraduates is
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Money: Johnny Manziel and LeBron James Give Cleveland Big Economic Boost

    Four agonizingly long years after The Decision, Cleveland sports have been revitalized by the dynamic duo of LeBron James and Johnny Manziel. With the hometown boy coming back to where it all began, James seems to have righted all his past wrongs, perhaps most notably taking his talents to South Beach in the way in which he did. Even though he fell lower in the 2014 NFL Draft
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Business: Dollar General Threatens Family Dollar With “Lifeline” Tactic

  Looking like a move from the TV Game Show, “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire”, Retail giant Dollar General Corp.(NYSE: DG) threatened Wednesday to take their offer to buy Family Dollar Stores (NYSE:FDO) to the shareholders. Dollar General raised its bid to merge with rival retail chain Family Dollar to $9.1 billion or $80 per share. In addition, it also plans to divest 1,500 stores to “steer clear of