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Chocolatier Prepares For Valentine's Day
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Valentine’s Day Spending Up Slightly [AUDIO]

Coming on the heels of a healthy, yet modest holiday shopping season and given the fact that many Americans are pinching their pennies, consumers are not quite ready to splurge on gifts for their loved ones this Valentine's Day.

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CVS to Ban Tobacco Sales [AUDIO]

The nation's second-largest drugstore chain has decided to stop selling cigarettes and other tobacco products as of Oct. 1.

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Wall Street
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Stocks Continue to Slide [AUDIO]

The stock market has been dropping lately, but is it a preview of a lower market for the rest of this year?

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Unemployment Rates Drops To 7.4 Percent
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Will Hiring Increase This Year? [AUDIO]

A new survey finds that businesses are optimistic about economic growth this year. But will that translate into hiring?

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Do Older Workers Keep Younger Ones From Jobs? [AUDIO]

There's an old notion that older job holders prevent younger job seekers from moving around in the labor force, but an expert here in New Jersey says that theory does not hold water.

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Debt and No Degree: A New Trend? [AUDIO]

An increasing number of Americans are facing a mountain of college loan debt with no diploma to show for it.

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Unemployment line
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Positive Forecast for NJ Unemployment [AUDIO]

Even amidst some recent bad news, there's a positive outlook for the future of unemployment in the state.

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Interns: Bad for the Economy? [AUDIO]

Those still looking for employment are faced with an obstacle that keeps getting larger - the number of people willing to take on an unpaid internship, in hopes of gaining experience and landing a real position.

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"House For Sale" sign
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Positive Forecast for 2014 NJ Housing Market [AUDIO]

2013 was a year of extremely low interest rates and reasonable housing prices in New Jersey. So what can the state's homebuyers and sellers expect for 2014?

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Minimum Wage
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NJ’s Minimum Wage Hike Kicks in Tomorrow [AUDIO]

Roughly 250,000 Garden State residents earning minimum wage will be getting a $1 pay increase beginning tomorrow.

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