Archive for August 11th, 2017

Another bullish call for gold comes with yet another call for a financial meltdown, this time from famed investor Jim Rogers. …

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Experts say the risk of getting sick from eating an egg tainted with insecticide is low. But that hasn't stopped…

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk fired off a new, ominous warning on Friday about artificial intelligence, saying it was a greater risk than North Korea.

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Usain Bolt, the greatest sprinter in modern times, said he plans on retiring after running his final races this week at the world championships in London.

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James Damore, the engineer fired by Google this week for writing a controversial memo, says the company is "like a cult."

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(Bloomberg) — Electric car owners are earning as much as $1,530 a year just by parking their vehicle and feeding excess power back into the grid.

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Disney’s exit from Netflix to start its own video service is just the beginning.

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Donald Trumps pledge to Make America Great Again requires nothing less than reigniting economic growth and prosperity. Wealth creation is essential. Yet as Congress pivots to tax reform — which is crucial to the wealth creation that will put the nation back on the prosperous path — the president can take matters into his own hands by issuing an executive order to index capital gains for inflation.
President Trumps absolutely best economic policy so far has been his relentless rampage against onerous, burdensome, costly, prosperity-killing regulations on business. And the…

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<p>What’s Snap’s problem? Basically, Facebook. One year ago, Instagram, the photo-sharing app owned by Facebook, introduced its own version of Snapchat’s “Stories.” This feature had been a critical differentiator for Snapchat, allowing its users to make and share mini-movies about their lives, and helped make the app extraordinarily popular. Since Instagram rolled out its near-perfect facsimile, though, Snapchat’s growth rate has collapsed.</p>

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The rich can live anywhere. Here's where they choose to go.

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For reasons that aren’t clear, a growing number of people who pay taxes quarterly—such as gig workers, retirees and business owners—are getting their payments wrong and incurring penalties as a result.

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Major US department stores are delivering some less-bad news for a change. Business still isn’t good—at many stores, sales are still plunging—but based on the…

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Women in sparsely populated places are more likely to die from pregnancy-related complications than those in large cities—a reversal from 2000. The phenomenon is just one example of how what once ailed big U.S. cities now afflicts its rural areas.

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Hollywood’s cold, wet American summer is pretty much over already.

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The central bank provides limited inventory information and won’t let outsiders count the bars, prompting skeptics to pounce.

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