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Do you fancy watching a musical in London?
When Apple decided in April to give record labels the option of setting different prices for their songs on iTunes, a number of companies leapt on the opportunity and raised the prices for popular tracks by 20% to 30%.
By SCOTT MCCARTNEY By Scott McCartney The Wall Street Journal Get ready for a wave of airline rules requiring you to stay at your destination a minimum number of days or over a Saturday night if you want the cheapest tickets.
From soup to nuts, these are difficult times for food manufacturers. Spikes in energy prices have pushed up the costs of plastic packaging and transportation, while unprecedented surges in corn and wheat prices have also taken a toll on profits.
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