Archive for July 29th, 2017

<p>For the past few decades, the unstoppable increase in college tuition has been a fact of life, like death and taxes. The sticker price of American college increased nearly 400 percent in the last 30 years, while median household income growth was relatively flat. Student debt soared to more than $1 trillion, the result of loans to cover the difference.</p>

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Reference checks in Silicon Valley these days are likely to start with a new question: "Are you under NDA?"

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401(k)s are set up to aid in retirement savings, but many people have no idea how to manage their pension accounts when moving from job to job.

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<p>The latest move by Berkshire Hathaway Energy is the planned $9-billion purchase of Dallas-based Oncor, a regulated electricity service provider with 10 million customers and more than 3,700 employees. It's one of the nation's largest power transmission companies.</p>

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The same week that Apple has kept mum about reports that it will build three plants in the U.S., one of its largest suppliers, Foxconn , announced plans for a new multi-billion dollar factory in Wisconsin.

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While the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries does control a large fraction of the oil market, it's is far from cornering it.

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As Tesla rolls out its ‘affordable’ model, buyers should consider these potential expenses — and savings.

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How knowledgeable is Geek Squad staff?&nbsp;

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The myRA is officially going away — but that doesn't mean lower earners can't save elsewhere.

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The driver gets a lucky escape after the car goes airborne and bursts into flames.

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