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Christmas Without Debts - "It's A Wonderful Life"

A survey conducted by Pollara for BMO revealed that Canadian holiday spending plans in 2013 were up for the third straight year, with anticipated average spending on travel increasing 22% to $689, while average gift-buying went up only slightly, to $678 from $674. 73 more words

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Boyband Bankruptcies

Noughties boyband stars amassed a vast wealth using the predictable yet lucrative routine of sitting on high bar stools before standing up to caterwaul a key change.  498 more words

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Another Indian airline company looks poised for an emergency landing

Update: SpiceJet’s operations have effectively come to a standstill on the morning of Dec. 17, reports suggest, because state-run oil marketing firms haven’t resumed the supply of jet fuel to the airline. 427 more words

Tinubu calls PDP ‘a bankrupt party’

Tinubu The National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has reacted to a statement credited to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) which described the APC presidential candidate, Gen. 336 more words

Christmas Is The Time For Giving, But I've No Moneyaisse to Spread on The Lunch of Family and Friendwiches!

The title of this post is a bit warped, but that’s what I do!

I’ve done some calculations and I’ve predicted that by the 25th of December, I shall have an absolute total of 125 dollars. 285 more words

12 Dec 2014 (TheAge) - Christmas clemency plea for Great Southern investors

(12 Dec 2014, The Age, BusinessDay, p21, Georgia Wilkins)

‘Investors in failed managed investment scheme Great Southern face bankruptcy and losing their homes in the weeks following Christmas, after a Supreme Court approved a $23 million settlement between investors and financier Bendigo and Adelaide Bank. 6 more words

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12 Dec 2014 (AFR) - Great Southern investors face bankruptcy

(12 Dec 2014, AFR, p9, Georgia Wilkins and Shaun Drummond)

‘Investors in failed managed investment scheme Great Southern face bankruptcy and losing their homes in the weeks after Christmas after a Supreme Court approved a $23 million settlement between investors and financier Bendigo and Adelaide Bank. 61 more words

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