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From BlackBerrys and RRSPs and economy-minded 12-year-olds, the past year's top videos ran the gamut. Here are the 10 most watched business videos from 2012.

No. 10 - Passenger aircraft flying in formation like birds are likely to be a feature of aviation in the second half of this century, according to plans revealed by aviation giant Airbus Watch video

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No. 9 - Kitchen, bathroom, landscaping - you might be surprised by the type of reno that adds the most to the resale value of your home Watch video

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No. 8 - Globe and Mail reporter Brent Jang takes you through the new jet and finds larger, more sophisticated windows, improved overhead compartments and more Watch video

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No. 7 - Expensive homes and kids are just some of the reasons why this generation is heading for financial ruin Watch video

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No. 6 - Should boomers sell the family home now and avoid the rush later? Watch video

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No. 5 - The world’s largest container ship, the CMA CGM Marco Polo, arrived in Southampton in on its maiden voyage. The container ship set sail from Ningbo, China, for Europe carrying a cargo of mainly Christmas gifts on Nov. 7. Watch video

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No. 4 - John Heinzl offers three reasons why you should pay down your mortgage instead of making a RRSP contribution Watch video

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No. 3 - Why credit cards can be detrimental, even if you pay in full each month Watch video

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No. 2 - 12-year-old Victoria Grant, from Cambridge, Ont., gives a lecture at a Public Banking Institute conference in Philadelphia has spread via the Internet Watch video

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No. 1 The Globe's Iain Marlow sits down with Jeff Gadway, senior manager of product marketing at Research in Motion, to take a closer look at some of the new features in the company's BlackBerry 10 smartphone Watch video

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