Daily Interest: The Ultimate Money-Related Tweet

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This really is a “number” sign now.

Here’s the news that caught my eye today while wondering if the USPS thought of this revenue-generating option before eliminating Saturday service.

  • Two years after introducing its online paywall, The New York Times closed a loophole that was allowing people to still access its content for free. In related news, get ready to see a lot more links to the Post in this space. News is news, right?
  • Our bloggers Mike, Shane, and Alexandra went the nonprofit route when it came to their internships (though Mike was two-timing us!). If your conscience pushes you in that direction, but your brain craves a for-profit experience, Forbes has good news: Some companies give you the best of both worlds. (And not in some Hannah Montana fashion either.)
  • Earlier this month, Bridget Casey shared some tips around the tricks stores use to get you to spend more. Wise Bread expands on this topic even further, covering some additional manipulative tactics, like putting you in a good mood with pleasant smells. (I’m most definitely a victim to this. Doc Popcorn, your Ph.D. must be in deliciousness.)

What money-related news caught your eye today? Let us know in the comments. 

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