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Shares of online coupon company RetailMeNot soar in debut

(Reuters) - Shares of online coupon company RetailMeNot Inc <SALE.O> rose as much as 33 percent in their market debut on Friday, the latest technology IPO to attract investor attention. Full story

The Obvious Marketing Money-Maker You're Missing

No one is more real when it comes to marketing your business than your customers. Here are three ways to engage them and build a meaningful marketing message. Full story

LightSquared splits $3 billion exit financing

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wireless broadband communications company LightSquared Inc <MOSAV.UL> is splitting its proposed $3 billion senior secured exit term loan into a $2 billion first-lien loan and $1 billion second-lien tranche, sources told Thomson Reuters LPC. The loan originally consisted of Full story

Investors hit hard as Apple bonds tank

June 20 (IFR) - Investors in Apple's record U.S. $17 billion bond deal have suffered some of the biggest losses in recent investment-grade new issues, with about $760 million wiped off the value of longer-maturing Apple securities that they bought just weeks ago. Full story

Cash, Credit or iTunes?

   CNBC's Jon Fortt reports Apple now has a patent application that describes a system for coupons and payments through users' phones.

7 Ways to Make Your Business Card Your Best Marketing Tool

If you haven't put much thought into your business card, you're missing out on a great marketing opportunity. Here are six ways your business card design and delivery can get you noticed. Full story

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  4 tips to help you spend less money

Carmen Wong Ulrich, financial columnist for Good Housekeeping, reveals strategies for spending less and saving more, including planning your grocery trips and meals in advance and shopping around for the best bank.

  Is using a coupon a date faux-pas?

The New York Times’ Social Qs columnist Philip Galanes quizzes TODAY’s Natalie Morales and Willie Geist on their Ps and Qs, asking them how to handle awkward social situations.

  4 ways to save on organic groceries

CNBC’s personal finance expert Sharon Epperson says that by searching for coupons, buying local produce and shopping by the unit price can help you save money on organic products the next time you’re doing your grocery shopping.

  Natalie Morales’ parents share top shopping tips

TODAY’s Natalie Morales thanks her parents for teaching her the true value of a dollar, as her mom and dad, Penelope and Mario, share their best shopping tips.

  Debunking 4 common coupon myths

Susan Samtur, the original coupon queen appearing on TLC’s “Extreme Couponing,” talks about how couponing has changed since she first shared her strategies on TODAY in 1978, and discredits common myths, including whether a deal can be too good to be true.

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