Archive for April 18th, 2017

It's no secret that Mark Zuckerberg is pinning Facebook's future prospects on augmented reality — technology that overlays digital imagery onto the real world, like Snapchat's signature camera filters.

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People are bothered by the tax system, but what bothers them may surprise you.

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The beef industry was a big winner in the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Now they hope a new deal will be at least as good.

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By now everyone has seen the video of law enforcement officers throwing Dr. David Dao around and dragging him off a United Airlines flightdazed and bloodied.
But when viral videos and memes fade out, lawsuits ramp up. Dr. Dao has secured not one but two attorneys: one an expert in corporate law, the other a personal injury specialist.
The most obvious cause of action available relates to unnecessary use of force. But Daos attorneys might also strategically emphasize their clients race and ethnicity (despite their current suggestions to the contrary). Dao is Asian actually…

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Ryan Johnson was 22 when he succumbed to a heroin addiction that had intensified as the Erie, Pennsylvania, high school graduate grew disillusioned with his future.

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<p>CEO Oscar Munoz and other executives apologized again Tuesday before discussing the airline's latest financial results with analysts and reporters.</p>

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Here's a sampling of the companies that are trying to take some sting out of the filing deadline

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In 18 years or so, Social Security might work differently due to lack of funds.

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A stealthy pet project by the former Microsoft chief lets you search and learn about how the government spends tax dollars.

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<p>U.S. equities opened lower on Tuesday after Goldman Sachs shocked Wall Street by missing estimates.</p>

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Here's a sampling of the companies that are trying to take some sting out of the filing deadline

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<p>Since her father was elected president of the United States, global sales of Ivanka Trump merchandise have surged</p>

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Bonds may represent one of the most expensive asset classes extant
Barring a recession, bond holders are almost guaranteed losses over the next decade
On both stocks and bonds, I am at the polar opposite of Mae West who once said,”Personally, I like two types of men, domestic and foreign.”
As overvalued as I believe the the U.S. stock market may be, fixed-income instruments may be even more overvalued.
After being stuck in a range of between 2.30% to 2.65%, the yield on the 10-year U.S. note breached the lower end and ended last week at 2.23%.
Yesterday the 10-year note…

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Tax Day is upon us, and once again it is a reminder of how intricate and complicated the tax code really is. At nearly 75,000 pages, the code is easily the most onerous thing government ever spawned by government.
As Millennials eager for economic opportunity in the short-term and sustainable growth in the long-run, we are hopeful that the President Trump and congressional leaders will pursue a new course on taxes. Our generations views on work and the economy are already driving growth in the sharing economy and redefining what jobs look like for the 21st century.
Its no secret that…

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