Best of DailyFinance: The Week in Review (July 7-13, 2014)

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In the news this week was Crumbs' filing for bankruptcy, Fords' recall of 100,000 cars and Federal Student Loan changes. Click on those stories below or check out our other top-shared stories from the past week.

1. Bitter End: Crumbs Cupcake Shop Calls It Quits
2. Think Twice Before Throwing Away Overripe Fruit
3. Is Zynga Inc Destined for Greatness?
4. 4 Big Changes to Federal Student Loans Just Took Effect
5. Mortgage Rates Tick Up; Still Lower Than a Year Ago
6. I Saved Thousands by Refinancing My Car at a Credit Union
7. Keep Mosquitoes Away With This Common Fruit
8. 3 Credit Card Traps That Can Cost You a Bundle
9. More U.S. Households Hanging Up Their Landline Phones
10. Ford Recalls 100,000 Cars for Axle, Other Safety Issues

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