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October 2010

After 181 Years, Local Beer Stops Playing Hard to Get

By DAVID KESMODEL POTTSVILLE, Pa.—D.G. Yuengling & Son Inc. has become the seventh-largest U.S. beer supplier and is growing rapidly. […]

Cooking Up City Water in Florida

By MAYA POPE-CHAPPELL Susan Stocker, Sun Sentine Owner Steven Fassberg at the Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co., which holds a […]

Restaurant Franchises Try Truckin’ as a Way to Grow

By SARAH E. NEEDLEMAN Darren Hauck for The Wall Street Journal Cousins Subs franchisee Cheryl Jones works a food truck […]

Start-Up Aims at Google

Blekko.com Taps Users to Narrow Results, Avoid Spam Sites By AMIR EFRATI Google Inc.’s dominant position in Web search isn’t […]

Rousseff Elected President in Brazil

Da Silva Protégée Resonated With Voters Seeking to Extend Departing Leader’s Legacy in Latin America’s Biggest Nation By JOHN LYONS […]

Greenberg: Chinese IPO Bubble Brewing in U.S.?

By: Herb Greenberg, CNBC There’s no stopping Chinese IPOs. Twenty-four of them this year—double last year, according to Renaissance Capital […]

What the Internet Knows About You

By Jessica Bennett, Newsweek Imagine you’re an employer, looking to hire me for a job. You subscribe to a Web […]

Living and Working Part-time in Costa Rica…and Loving It

By Rita Lucas, International Living I first came to Costa Rica 11 years ago for my 25th wedding anniversary…and I […]

US Debt: A Recipe for Economic Disaster?

By Rosanne Lim, Minyanville The foundation of the US dollar is already under threat. If it collapses, it will take […]

Brazilian Real Estate is a Buy

By Chris Mayer, for The Daily Reckoning Someone once said that if LA threw up on New York, it would […]

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