Debit-Card Pitchwoman Orman Flirts With Conflict: Susan AntillaSusan Antilla
Feb. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Suze Orman, the ubiquitous guru of personal finance, released a new book on Jan. 10, and her fans couldn’t part with their $16 a copy fast enough. In less than two weeks, “The Money Class” rose to fourth place among paperback advice books on the New York Times best-seller list.
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