DailyFinance  Dec 20  Comment 
Filed under: Finance, People If Santa earned a salary, it would rank his job among the best-paying gigs in the nation this year. That's because the value of Mr. Claus' many tasks amounts to a salary of $146,308.51 for 2016, according to the...
TheStreet.com  Dec 17  Comment 
By Hal M. Bundrick NEW YORK (MainStreet) The jolly old fellow flies non-stop around the world within 24 hours, scales rooftops and clambers down chimneys, while hauling a pile of parcels that would make a strapping UPS carrier weep. All for less...
CNNMoney.com  Apr 17  Comment 
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New York Times  Mar 19  Comment 
An analysis from Insure.com finds Louisiana has the costliest car insurance premiums, on average, while Maine has the least expensive.
New York Times  Jan 15  Comment 
The Ford Edge SE tops Insure.com's list of least-expensive cars to insure.
TechCrunch  Dec 11  Comment 
Whether they're .com, .org, .biz or .awesome, domain names can be significant -- and some would likely argue that a memorable, premium domain is worth a pretty penny, maybe even priceless. Picking up a name that's easy to remember can be a boon...
TheStreet.com  Feb 10  Comment 
NEW YORK (MainStreet) -- The real cost of a car isn't just what you pay on the lot. If you're looking to buy a new car, you should do your due diligence and learn what your potential purchases will cost to insure. While personal profiles and...
Marketwire  May 17  Comment 
FOSTER CITY, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 05/17/10 -- Congratulations, Mazda: The Tribute i tops the list of Insure.com's ranking of the least expensive 2010 vehicles to insure, garnering it a Low Cost Car Insurance Award. Our new annual awards honor
New York Times  Apr 12  Comment 
Louisiana has the highest average auto insurance rates in the United States, while Maine has the lowest, according to new data from Insure.com ranking the states according to their average insurance rates.
TechCrunch  Apr 7  Comment 
We've seen (and reported on) a couple of premium .com domain names that were sold for 7 or even 8 figure sums in recent times (off the top of my head: Insure.com for $16 million, Toys.com for $5.1 million, Candy.com for $3 million, Ad.com for $1.4...



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