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Verizon Wireless Will Soon Phase Out Unlimited Data Plans — Dollars and Sense

If you’re a Verizon Wireless customer who was grandfathered in with an unlimited data plan after the company eliminated the option for new customers, enjoy it while it lasts — the company will be moving you to a tiered plan soon.

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Kalispell Processing Center to be Closed

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The U.S. Postal Service now plans to close its Kalispell sorting center while leaving facilities in Butte, Helena and Wolf Point open.

The agency had previously warned of impending cuts, and announced Thursday it was moving forward with the plans since Congress remains deadlocked over potential fixes

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Who’s Getting a Face Lift in Missoula?

He’ll be 60 years old next May, but is celebrating with a little facelift this year. No he’s not some Hollywood big shot, but he is somewhat of a Missoula celebrity. No, it’s not the mayor. I

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Skechers Ordered to Pay $40 Million Fine for Misleading Claims About Its Shoes

You may have seen the ads for Skechers’ Shape-ups shoes featuring spokesmodels like Kim Kardashian and Brooke Burke.

But the FTC says the claims made within those ads and others like them were false, and it’s now ordered the shoe manufacturer to cough up a $40 million fine.

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Judge Denies Electric Coop’s request to leave SME

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A judge has denied a power cooperative's request to resume its fight to leave a bankrupt wholesale supplier.

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Ralph Kirscher on Tuesday ruled against Yellowstone Valley Electric Cooperative's on its claims against the Southern Montana Electric Generation and Transmission and Cooperative

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10 Things Overheard During Facebook’s IPO Announcement

Just a few years ago, Facebook became a simple way for teenagers and old classmates to keep up with their friends while pretending to work. Now, it’s a billion dollar company with its own publicly traded stock.

The announcement offered its own share of shocked faces and flabbergasted statements. Here are some things that were probably said during Facebook’s IPO announcement. 

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US Postal Service to Stop Shipping Electronics to Troops Overseas

In an announcement made earlier this month, the US Postal Service told customers that as of May 16, they will no longer ship electronics like iPads, Kindles, smartphones and other devices containing lithium batteries overseas.

This means that people who want to ship electronics to troops serving abroad will have to pay a premium to go through private shipping services.

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Yahoo! CEO Scott Thompson Resigns Amid Resume Scandal [VIDEO]

Padding one’s resume is not terribly uncommon, but former Yahoo! CEO Scott Thompson learned the hard way that it’s never a good idea — after just four months on the job, he’s stepped down from his position after it came to light that he didn’t have the degree he claimed to have.

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Do You Prefer the Print or Online Version of a Newspaper? — Survey of the Day

It’s no secret that most newspapers have lost a good chunk of their circulation over the past decade.

But just because more and more people are getting their news from the internet it doesn’t mean they’d rather read their news on a screen than they would on a piece of paper.

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Which States Are Best for Making More Money? — Dollars and Sense

Seems the path to riches may involve a moving truck. According to a new study, some states are more conducive to building wealth than others, and where you live could help you climb the economic ladder.

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