A chat with Kimberly Palmer, author of “Smart Mom, Rich Mom.”

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Much of the time, you'll find the best prices online. But not always. Sometimes the bigger discounts are in brick-and-mortar stores.

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How much money are you making off your spare bedroom? It could be worth more than you think, according to a recent analysis.

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Former Apple CEO John Sculley gives his thoughts on Tim Cook's leadership, and why Apple and Facebook should consider teaming up.

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<p>Dan Miller lives in Cincinnati, married with six kids. The family reunion was in Lake Tahoe. Getting eight people across the country would have cost a small fortune. So he churned them there. Miller is a credit-card churner, one of thousands of people who pry travel, cash, and other perks from credit-card rewards programs.</p><p></p>

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The app tracks foot traffic, giving it insights into which stores are thriving.

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Women account for 10% of the Forbes Billionaires list in 2016, down from 11% last year. The total number of women is down for the first time in seven years.

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Warren Buffett is not worried about who becomes the next president of the United States.

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Every election has its signature issues, which candidates ignore at their peril. This year, the Republicans have the border; the Democrats are making do with Wall Street. But at least one political subject inevitably demands attention from both sides—and in 2016, that’s American manufacturing. Democrats and Republicans seem to share the belief that America was better off when its citizens could count on a factory job as a reliable escalator into …

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The SEC inexplicably backed off on an investigation into a disastrous Goldman mortgage bond deal.

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America’s well-being remains generally unchanged from 2014. Some significant changes, however, have occurred over the past eight years. Nearly across the board, Americans are more likely to have health insurance, exercise more, and are less likely to smoke than they were in 2008. To capture Americans’ general well-being, Gallup surveyed 177,281 people to build the […]

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Our 8 Favorite VR Experiences From the Tribeca Film Festival

VR is really finding its legs as a creative artform. Here are eight innovative virtual-reality experiences from this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. The post Our 8 Favorite VR Experiences From the Tribeca Film Festival appeared first on WIRED.

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We May Have Already Reached Peak Geek

In the new ‘Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy’ podcast, author Rob Salkowitz discusses the possibility that even hardcore fans are tired of comics in pop culture. The post Sigh: We May Have Already Reached Peak Geek appeared first on WIRED.

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These Galaxy Clusters Are, Like, Crazy Mysterious

Space photos of the week, April 24–30, 2016. The post Space Photos of the Week: These Galaxy Clusters Are, Like, Crazy Mysterious appeared first on WIRED.

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Gunning for Google, Comcast Preps Gigabit Internet That Works With Regular Cable

The Internet provider everyone loves to hate is gearing up to offer one gigabit per second Internet service in five U.S. cities. The post Gunning for Google, Comcast Preps Gigabit Internet That Works With Regular Cable appeared first on WIRED.

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