Archive for May 8th, 2017

Gusto CEO Joshua Reeves traveled to Omaha for Berkshire Hathaway's shareholder meeting and for some guidance on building his company ethically.

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Deficit hawks have plenty to worry about these days.

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Investing requires money, and easy money is the best money. Here are some simple moneymaking strategies.

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Luxury retailer Kate Spade is slated to be acquired for $2.4 billion, and the woman for whom the brand is named won’t see a dollar of it.

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Over the weekend, Warren Buffett urged fellow executives to start worrying about rising health care costs and how they put American businesses at a disadvantage.

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‘In the 80s my dad bought a house and a car. I’ll be 80 when I can get those,’ this young man laments.

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Before last Fridays employment release, some pessimistic observers feared a recession was near. The latest GDP release from the BEA showed real output growth slowed to a crawl in the first quarter, rising at an annual rate of only 0.7 percent. And that followed the report on March employment that had shown an abrupt slowdown in job growth. Alongside this economic news, the previously soaring stock market levelled off.
But the fear among pessimists of a looming recession, which was never convincing, was put to rest by last Fridays employment report showing 211,000 net new jobs in…

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Since current warfare frequently involves combat beyond about 330 yards – that longer than three football fields — the Army is looking at arming soldiers with ammunition that is lethal at a longer distance.

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Ruchir Sharma is the latest economist to embrace the popular notion that we and the rest of the world are unable to grow as we once did. Supposedly the global economy has changed in ways that reduce growth, and because of the changes, subdued economic activity will be the structural norm going forward. Thats the bad news for the congenital cynics desperately seeking validation of their pessimism.
But before we get to the good news, its worth taking the time to unpack the why behind Sharmas own pessimism. Specifically, he believes that in the past (between…

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Trump staffers reportedly removed top-secret documents from a secure facilityMembers of President Donald Trump’s transition team copied and removed “highly sensitive”…

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Washington Loves General McMaster, But Trump Doesn'tThe national security adviser has lost sway. The White House says everything’s fine.

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There is a 'national catastrophe' and 'we should be ringing the alarm bells'Jamie Dimon is sounding the alarm. The chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase has taken the…

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18 fraternity brothers at Penn State have been charged in conjunction with the death of a pledge — here's what happened• Beta Theta Pi pledge Timothy Piazza died February 4 after a fraternity event. • Eighteen…

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A man who paid off $116,000 by 30 shares his No. 1 savings tipDerek Sall managed to get debt-free even after a divorce.

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