Dr. Phil: Georgia, Patterson Kidnapped from Mom (1/31/14)

Dr. Phil talks with Georgia and Walker “Patterson” Inman’s mom Daisha Patterson, who had taken out the twins from the Patterson estate in an ambulance. Daisha tells Dr. Phil that the twins were kidnapped from her when they were less than 2 years old, in the Cayman Islands. The FBI had tracked them, and teachers have alerted the authorities on their stepmother endangering their lives. But nothing was done. Today, a social worker lives with the twins 10 days of a month to help them heal. Today’s episode is a continuation of yesterday’s exclusive interview. Georgia and  Walker “Patterson” Inman’s mom…

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60 Minutes Recap 2/2/14: Youngest Grandmaster at 19

60 Minutes reports on 3 amazing kids, like Magnus Carlsen, who plays chess with 10 players simultaneously without seeing their chessboards. And Craig Kielburger, founder of  kid volunteer group We the Children, which has set up classrooms in Kenya. And Jack Andraka, who has invented a pancreatic cancer test. Scott Pelley revisits 3 amazing kids: Jack Andraka, Craig Kielburger and Magnus Carlsen, 23, who plays chess with 10 players at a time. He doesn’t see their chessboards so he’s playing from memory. “It transcends chess. I can’t fathom what you’ve just done. It seems supernatural.” Chess has never been a profitable sport,…

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The Suze Orman Show: Buy a 1-, 2-Year-Old Car (2/1/14)

The Suze Orman Show tells us that credit bureaus now distinguish between revolvers and transactors. And: Suze tells divorcee Natalie to cut all communication with her ex-husband, who says that he’ll pay her back $87,500. And: Suze denies Ugg boots and approves recumbent tadpole bikes. And: Suze says that it makes sense to lease only if you change your car every 3 years. Talking to Suze Deanna says that she and her husband can’t agree on leasing or buying a car. Suze says that leasing a car makes sense if you change your car every 3 years. Jennifer of Alabama wants…

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Mad Money Recap: Facebook, Concur Boost Cloud/ Mobile/ Social Power; Dow Jones Report Card (1/30/14)

Facebook had a field day today after reporting a terrific performance for its 4th quarter in 2013 which resulted to its stock soaring over 14%. Mad Money with Jim Cramer is entirely convinced that Facebook is a relatively cheap stock vis-à-vis its 2016 and 2017 earnings projections. Facebook’s solid quarter also proves that companies who have mastered the holy trinity of cloud, mobile and social are built to last in this market (e.g. Concur Technologies). True, the likes of ServiceNow, Google and Amazon missed Wall Street’s estimates, but nobody can discount that these companies have the ability to come up…

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Judge Judy: $1,600 for Car Damage (1/30/14)

Judge Judy Sheindlin awards $1,600 to Loretta Russo for car damage. Brett Yoches‘ car had rolled down and hit Loretta Russo’s car. The judge then awards $576 for a stolen iPad based on character judgment. She then tells tenants to move out and pay $1 for their pit bull bite. The victim said that the pit bull thought she was going to box it. Aaron Raines, 19, accuses a friend’s cousin Charles “Lydell” Burton of stealing her iPad. Aaron’s roommate Ciara Ward tells the judge that she was in the apartment all day and had seen Lydell in Aaron’s room….

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