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CNNMoney: $1.2 billion for summer jobsupdated: Wed May 27 2009 12:27:00

With teen summer employment expected to hit its lowest level since 1948, the federal government is pumping $1.2 billion in stimulus money into job training programs for youth.

'Redneck Woman' sings teacher's praises updated: Thu Nov 20 2008 06:20:00

A tumultuous home life forced country music star Gretchen Wilson to grow up quickly.

Gretchen Wilson's heroupdated: Thu Nov 20 2008 06:20:00

Country singer Gretchen Wilson got her GED with the help of her hero, Bernadine Nelson.

Money Magazine: Where to Retireupdated: Sun Oct 01 2006 00:01:00

WHEN YOU FANTASIZE ABOUT RETIREMENT, you might imagine yourself doing any of the following: waking up to 70° weather, playing a round of golf, lying on the beach, meeting up with friends for dinner...

Fortune: Aquafarms Cloning Aging Pot Inside the very strange world of billionaire John Sperlingupdated: Mon Apr 29 2002 00:01:00

John Sperling was in his office in Phoenix when he got the call. His longtime friend Lou Hawthorne was phoning to tell him that scientists at Texas A&M University had successfully cloned a cat, the...

FSB: My Next Business Few are better than Gary Hoover at identifying big opportunities. Which one of these ideas will he pursue now?updated: Fri Feb 01 2002 00:01:00

When he was a teenager growing up in Anderson, Ind., in the mid-'60s, Gary Hoover began scribbling ideas on scraps of paper. His scribblings were not exactly like those of other boys in the neighbo...

Fortune: Getting A BA Online, And Finding A Female Mentorupdated: Mon Feb 01 1999 00:01:00

DEAR ANNIE: Is it really possible to get a college degree over the Internet? I never went to college, opting instead to start my own business about ten years ago. Now that it's doing well, I'd like...

Money Magazine: Rare Treats It's not just a material world. There are ways to reward yourself that are meaningful and lasting.updated: Fri Nov 09 1990 00:01:00

No version of the American dream is fully realized without the addition of some things we don't really need -- but would be poorer without. In MONEY's poll (see page 20), 43% of the respondents sai...

Money Magazine: Lining Up a First-Rate Preparer A pro may charge less than $100 or more than $1,000. Costliest isn't always best.updated: Sun Jan 01 1989 00:01:00

Your back isn't against the wall -- yet. Though tax day is a scant 3 1/2 months away, there's still time for anyone who wants or needs professional help to find a preparer. Of course, the best prac...

Fortune: IF YOU CAN READ THIS YOU CAN SET UP A LITERACY PROGRAM updated: Mon Sep 29 1986 00:01:00

Say you want to set up an on-the-job literacy program. Various experts, consultants, and vendors in every major city will be glad to help you out. For starters it is a good idea to retain a consult...

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