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Tedra DeSue

If you say Growth Stocks, Option Straddles, Muni Bonds, Fundamentals, Personal Finance, Jimmie Johnson, NASCAR or Sushi, you have my full attention!!! DeSue's stock market pieces have been syndicated for the past several years across several news sites. She spent almost 10 years heading the coverage of the municipal bond industry for the Southeast for The Bond Buyer, where she broke finance stories related to Hurricane Katrina. She also wrote several of the groundbreaking stories on the derivatives market that contributed to the 2008 housing collapse. She also was Editor for a corporate income tax publication for CCH, in addition to reporting for Newsweek, Businessweek, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the Bradenton Herald. She's also worked with investment relations firms and mutual fund houses to produce content and edit materials for distribution to their clients.

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Fri Jun 13

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The Justice Dept. May Have Met Its Match in the Payday Lending Industry

The payday industry may be one of the least loved industries, which warrants government oversight. However, a movement afoot under the Obama administration threatens to upend the industry, but this time the effort is not only unfair, but may also be [more]

Tue Jun 10

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Can For-Profit Colleges Survive Regulations?

A windfall of regulations and lawsuits plaguing the for-profit college companies may threaten their bottom lines.

Thu Apr 3

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TwillyD published an article 1:53 PM

How Eat24's Dish to Facebook Affects All Advertisers

Last week, Eat24 started a debate when it yanked its advertising from Facebook over the social network's news feed changes. With so much at stake with respect to ad revenue, such worries by advertisers are noteworthy.

Fri Mar 7

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TwillyD published an article 11:21 AM

Why It’s Now Time To Worry Again About Subprime Mortgages

Finance companies are tip toeing back into the business of subprime mortgages again. Improvements in their financials aren't enough to mitigate the risks of this heavily scrutinized industry.

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