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Turbulence at TripAdvisor: Travel Review Site Is Losing Altitude Fast

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It seemed like a great idea at the time. Leading travel portal Expedia (EXPE) spun off TripAdvisor (TRIP) — the longtime hub of online travel reviews — this past December.

Expedia would be able to focus…

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Where Do the Most Spoiled Children in the U.S. Live?

Filed under: Family Money It’s no surprise that children aren’t cheap, but their full price is a bit daunting. According to the USDA, the average cost of raising a child to adulthood is a stunning $226,920 — and, as Bundle.com recently noted, the actu…

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New York Cabbies Fare Badly as Gas Prices Soar

With gas prices shooting ever higher, cities such as Chicago, Las Vegas and Miami have either allowed cab drivers to levy fuel surcharges or are considering them. But in New York, where the drivers of the nation’s largest cab fl…

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Super Bowl’s Economic Impact May be Super Inflated

The Super Bowl is not so super to many economists. Experts in the economics of sports say the NFL and its boosters have grossly overestimated the economic benefit of Sunday’s championship game in Miami between the New Orleans Saints and the Indianapolis Colts. Controversy is raging in South Florida where the team is seeking taxpayer support to revamp the area’s pro football stadium, whose naming rights were recently acquired by Canada’s Sun Life Financial Inc. (SLF) and has hosted 10 Super Bowls.

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