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Wrecks to Riches: Hunting Billions in Sunken Treasure

In the Mediterranean waters near Giglio, treasure hunters are preparing to dive after the lost loot of the Costa Concordia. But the riches that went down with that cruise ship pale next to what one wreck hunter thinks he's found off the coast of Massachusetts: $3 billion in platinum.

Six Reasons the Economy Needs Memorial Day

The origins of Memorial Day date to the aftermath of the Civil War, when people would decorate the graves of fallen soldiers to honor their service. The holiday still retains its reverential and patriotic spirit, but its economic consequences, though smaller than those of other holidays, cannot be overlooked.

Businesses That Win When the Weather Gets Hot

As the Northeast wilts under a heatwave, sales in the ice cream, air conditioner, pools, sea-shore-related and bowling center segments have spiked with the temperature. The hot sales are a welcome relief for the industries that have been burnt by the recession.

Cocaine user demands consumer rights

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