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BUSINESS
February 17, 1991
Highest yields reported by federally insured banks and thrifts as of February 13 based on the lowest minimum deposit to open an account. National average based on yields offered by 100 largest banks and thrifts in the 10 largest markets. Southern California averages based on yields offered by 10 largest area banks and thrifts. MONEY MARKET ACCOUNT National average: 5.69 S. California average: 5.32 Columbia S&L, Irvine, CA: 7.46 First Dep Natl Bk, Tilton, NH: 7.26 Danbury S&L, Danbury, CT: 7.
NEWS
August 27, 2012 | By Paul West
ST. PETERSBURG, FL -- With control of the U.S. Senate up for grabs in the November election, you'd think that big issues like the the country's massive fiscal problems would be center stage in the relative handful of contests that will decide whether Republicans take away the Democrats' majority. Of course, you'd probably be wrong. True, the issue of Medicare is a growing focus of attention in campaigns, from the presidential race on down. That's been the case all year in the hotly contested Senate race in Florida, home to the nation's largest proportion of seniors (though both sides are mainly using "Mediscare" tactics to try to influence voters)
TRAVEL
June 21, 1998 | SHIRLEY SLATER and HARRY BASCH, Slater and Basch travel as guests of the cruise lines. Cruise Views appears the first and third week of every month
From time to time we get questions from readers who would like to work aboard a cruise ship, and our first question to them is usually, "Are you sure?" As the cruise industry continues its rapid growth, demand for experienced shipboard personnel is greater than ever. But anyone accustomed to a 35- or 40-hour week on shore may not be ready to take on a job that goes on seven days a week from early in the morning until late at night.
SPORTS
March 3, 2003
Results are subject to final verification All times are chip time *--* 1 Mark Yatich, Kenya 2:09:52 2 Stephen Ndungu, Kenya 2:09:54 3 Benson Mbithi, Kenya 2:11:12 4 Charles Seronei, Kenya 2:11:23 5 Takashi Horiguchi, Japan 2:12:06 6 Augustus Kavatu, Kenya 2:12:39 7 Toshiya Katayama, Japan 2:13:11 8 Julius Kimtai, Kenya 2:14:52 9 Alfredo Reyes, Guatemala 2:15:54 10 Simon Wangai, Kenya 2:16:12 11 Patrick Kaage, Kenya 2:19:22 12 Laban Kipngetich, Kenya 2:21:16 13 Joshua Small, Santa Clara 2:22:07
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