I’ll Take BUD Over Palcohol Any Day

by Karen Canella

Not to be a buzzkill, but it seems that Palcohol would do way more harm than good if it ever hits liquor store shelves. But when you stir in the fact that taxes on alcohol generate $5.6 billion per year for state and local governments, common sense might not best motivator.

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Nigeria: A Powerhouse of the World Economy?

by Rebecca Baldridge

This time the acronym of choice is MINTs (Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey), a group of countries that he contends have the potential to be “powerhouses of the world economy.” Of these countries, Nigeria may become the most dynamic of all.

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Gas Prices Climb Well Before Your Summer Roadtrip

by David Becker

Over the past 16 years, gasoline prices have increased 80% of the time in April, which means that drivers are likely to see higher prices at the pump in the near future.

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I have stayed away from Allied Nevada for quite some time. The company has a market cap of $414 million. It currently operates only one mine. By some metrics, like price-to-book value, this stock looks cheap. But it's also going through the legal wringer of a class action lawsuit. Read On…

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