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jimromenesko.com — Michael Musto, who was laid off from the Village Voice last week, tells HuffPost Live: "This outpouring [of support] is amazing. I feel like I'm reading my own obituary while still alive. ... I went from tears of horror to absolutely being buoyed by the joy of everyone I've ever written about, or who has read my column, coming out to support me."
money.cnn.com — In order to get in on hot housing markets, amateur investors are buying up homes and taking risky measures -- like tapping their retirement accounts -- to fund the deals. "We're seeing many people cash out 401(k)s or IRAs because they want to take advantage of the market," said Sean Galaris of financial services firm LM Funding, based in New York and Miami.
thefiscaltimes.com — Photo: Emily Flake/The Fiscal Times President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner did not wrap-up negotiations or hostilities with the New Year's Day agreement on the fiscal cliff. Lawmakers still have to raise the debt ceiling to keep the government operating. WHAT IS THE DEBT CEILING?
washingtonpost.com — Everyone likes money. Ask people who say they don't care about money if they've ever turned down a raise. Wait for the awkward pause. But money is funny, too. However much it can motivate people to work harder and better, it also has curious-and sometimes counterproductive-effects on their performance.
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