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July 18, 2014

Who's helping support the U.S. housing market?

By Joe Clark for The Herald Bulletin

There is an old adage in the farm world that says you can only buy land when others are willing to sell. The same is true for iconic buildings and even businesses.

Recently we have heard chatter of foreign investment in our country and that seems to concern inquiring minds. Apparently some minds are especially concerned when the buyers are from China....

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July 11, 2014

Welcome to earnings report season

By Joe Clark for The Herald Bulletin

This weekend kicked off earnings report season for publicly held companies. Alcoa is often the first to report in the Dow Jones Industrial Average and this quarter’s report was a surprise to the upside. That’s good. But who exactly was surprised?.... 

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June 28, 2014

Protect your identity, now more than ever

By Joe Clark for The Herald Bulletin

I think we can all agree that technological innovations have made many aspects of our lives simpler and more efficient.

The internet, smart phones and iPads have become such a large part of how we communicate and store information that people have started paying big bucks to go to special technology-free resorts to take a break from our constant availability and the unrelenting onslaught of information.

However, as technology makes it easier for us to gain access to such things as sports scores, YouTube videos and Facebook, it also has made it easier for identity theft to take place....

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