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Source: BBC

FA Cup: Wigan win over Manchester City better than 2013 final - Kevin Kilbane

Today 12:42 GMT

Wigan's win over Manchester City was an amazing game to witness and it has to go down as one of the greatest FA Cup shocks of all time.

The Quadruple is gone now, but they can still win the treble, and I am expecting to see a very strong response from them this weekend.

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Source: New York Times

How Banks Could Control Gun Sales if Washington Won’t

Today 13:38 GMT

For the past year, chief executives have often talked about the new sense of moral responsibility that corporations have to help their communities and confront social challenges even when Washington won’t.

In the aftermath of the school shooting in Parkland, Fla., that killed 17 students and staff members — and at a time when Washington shows little interest in limiting the sales of assault weapons — there’s a real opportunity for the business community to fill the void and prove that all that talk about moral responsibility isn’t hollow.

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Source: BBC

Wigan Athletic 1-0 Manchester City

Today 13:38 GMT

Wigan Athletic ended Manchester City's hopes of a clean sweep of trophies with a stunning upset in their FA Cup fifth-round tie.

City had 83% of possession and spent long spells in the Wigan half, with home right-back Nathan Byrne producing a standout performance as the visitors regularly raided down the left. Chey Dunkley made 13 clearances - more than the entire City team - while his fellow centre-back Dan Burn marshalled the defensive unit superbly.

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Source: The Guradian

Revealed: Cash eclipsed as Britain turns to digital payments

Today 13:38 GMT

Britain will move beyond “peak cash” this year, according to data gathered by the Guardian that suggests notes and coins are rapidly being supplanted as the favoured payment method, particularly in cities.. Debit cards are set to overtake cash as the most frequently used payment method in the UK later this year, according to UK Finance, which represents leading finance and banking firms.

Graham Mott, head of strategy at Link, the UK’s largest cash machine network, said that the number of cash machines in Britain was likely to fall, principally in urban centres.

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Source: NBC News

The best items from Amazon's new '$10 & Under with Free Shipping' site

Sunday 23:41 GMT

Hide your sponge under the sink with this storage caddy that can be attached to the cabinet door or tile backsplash with damage-free Command strips.

Declutter your space with this 11-by-10-by-9-inch collapsible storage basket that can hold (and hide!) things like toys, magazines and knickknacks. All prices are subject to change and items could sell out based on the merchant’s inventory.

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Source: New York Times

4 Free Apps That Can Earn You Extra Cash

Monday 03:19 GMT

There are quite a few apps designed to help you earn some extra dough, either in the form of gift cards or standard cold, hard cash.

“Some types of data these apps can collect about you include websites visited, real-time location, online purchases, other apps you use, your entire contact list and search queries,” he said. Watch out for apps that collect background data — you can find that information in the app’s privacy policy when you sign up.

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Source: Common Domain

Paying off credit cards, upping 401(k) contributions: These people found the secret to financial success is a few strong drinks

Saturday 20:01 GMT

Other Reddit users have dealt with similar “problems” in the past: Last month one person said they drunkenly upped their 401(k) contribution, and another said he started shaving down his budget after a few drinks. “I honestly think the reason is we’re too afraid to look at our financial situation sober,” the user said.

User sealclubber281 wrote that he checked his bank account and was shocked to see that his tax refund had disappeared — until he remembered that while drunk the night before he used it all to pay off his credit cards.


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