- Oil traders are hitting the brakes as oil prices slide and OPEC dithers. Translation: The situation is highly uncertain. Bracing for more downside
- Hedge fund shop showing a serious commitment to liquid alternatives by converting its third hedge fund into a mutual fund. Is this the start of a trend or something else altogether? Performance may vary
- It is starting to look a lot like Christmas for tech gadget junkies. When money is no object, there are a lot of really fun and exciting things to buy
- Everything you ever wanted to know about the coveted purebred, free range heritage turkey. It almost seems like a shame to cook and eat such a fine specimen. Please pass the gravy. An expensive way to put your relatives to sleep
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