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Fed Intentionally Trying to Maintain the American Dollar's Low Value Worldwide

Funny story: Fed Intentionally Trying to Maintain the American Dollar's Low Value Worldwide

While the American Economy struggles to regain its footing following the massive recession and credit crisis, the Fed seems to have their own agenda. Economists on Capitol hill have been expressing growing concerns over the budding economy. One f...

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Supermarket contrives to make matters worse

Beleaguered supermarket chain, Tesdabury's found itself embroiled in yet more controversy last night after it emerged that the under-fire company has been systematically spying on its customers and then misusing the information it has acquired in doi...

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Long, protracted human suffering key to economy - Japan Finance Minister

Funny story: Long, protracted human suffering key to economy - Japan Finance Minister

"For too long our economy has suffered under the shadow of happiness and well being" proclaimed Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso at the official launch of the new Suffering for Prosperity committee. The committee was formed earlier this month a...

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Energy giant that put bulls up sees profits surge

A huge Scottish Hydro giant filled with energy carried a pair of Highland bulls all the way up Ben Nevis yesterday. Thousands turned up to witness this amazing feat, which was filmed by Sky News and several American film companies. Mega-biologi...

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Sparks and Mensa announce lower profits for the year

Funny story: Sparks and Mensa announce lower profits for the year

Sparks and Mensa, the High Street store that the intelligentsia know and love has announced lower pre-tax profits than at this point last year. "Our pre-tax profits are down by just over ten percent," said accountant, Ben Counter, who has shown be...

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Bank of America and Chase Bank Offset the Costs of Charging You Fees by Adding a Fee Surcharge

Funny story: Bank of America and Chase Bank Offset the Costs of Charging You Fees by Adding a Fee Surcharge

Corporate money-sequestration titans Bank of America and Chase Bank today announced that their recently announced new fees and the hikes of existing fees will actually cost more money to introduce, charge and enforce than expected, leaving net profit...

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Bakery Giants See Turnover Rise

Funny story: Bakery Giants See Turnover Rise

UK bakery giants Greggs have reported pre tax profits of £4.5 million for the year ending March 31st, 2011. More than half of the High Street shop's profits can be attributed to the success of their newest confection, the Royal Turnover, a delicio...

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