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Investing regularly can pay off

Given the market’s recent volatility, it is natural for most people to wonder when to invest. The answer is anytime, provided you do it on a systematic basis using a time-tested strategy — dollar-cost averaging. After all, it’s not about timing the market, it’s about time in the market.

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Five Key Factors to When Searching for Commercial Space

Now is an excellent time to be in the market for commercial real estate of any type, provided you are a tenant or buyer. ; It is a textbook buyer’s market. The recession and subsequent market conditions have had a significant impact on the commercial real estate industry.

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News briefs – Legal edition

EEOC sues IT services providerThe Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced it filed suit last week against a Silver Spring federal contractor, charging that the information technology services company fired an employee because he was ill with cancer and AIDS. The ...

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Jury deadlocked in Abramoff-related trial

;A judge directed a jury Wednesday to keep deliberating despite its inability to reach a verdict on seven of eight charges in the criminal trial of an ex-lobbyist caught up in the Jack Abramoff influence peddling scandal.

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Md. father pleads guilty to drowning 3 children

A man with a history of mental illness pleaded guilty Wednesday to drowning his three young children one by one in a Baltimore hotel bathtub during a custody dispute with his former wife, who said she still cries every day over the deaths.

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Bloomberg plans to take over BusinessWeek magazine

Bloomberg LP is buying BusinessWeek magazine in a deal that brings together a financial news service specializing in rapid-fire updates with a print publication struggling to adapt to the Internet's information whirlwind.

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News briefs – Business edition

Sinclair boosts outlookSinclair Broadcast Group Inc., of Hunt Valley, said it expects third-quarter revenue to decrease, but less than previously predicted. The company, which owns, operates or programs 58 television stations in 35 markets, said it now expects third-quarter net ...

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Court of Appeals reverses sex-offense conviction

Maryland’s highest court on Wednesday decided the buttocks are an “intimate area,” but reversed a sex-offense conviction for lack of evidence that the man who allegedly touched a child’s backside in the toy section of the Hagerstown Goodwill store did so for his own gratification.

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