Archive for January 12th, 2018

Some people in public service jobs who believe they're paying their way to loan forgiveness actually don't qualify for one reason or another.

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<p>Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s recently announced changes to the company’s news feed have the potential to dramatically affect how people interact on the social network.</p>

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The U.S. Supreme Court will consider freeing state and local governments to collect billions of dollars in sales taxes from online retailers, agreeing to revisit a 26-year-old ruling that has made much of the internet a tax-free zone.

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News comes after Walmart announced raising its minimum wage and later acknowledged Sam's Club store closures.

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Walmart said Thursday that it's giving employees a one-time cash bonus of up to $1,000.&nbsp;

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As a member of Sam’s Club you are entitled to a refund at any time if you are not satisfied.

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Since Donald Trump took office, the economy has done something it has been unable to do in 13 years—maintain 3 percent growth for three quarters in a row.

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Facebook Inc. said it’s making major changes to its flagship social network, shifting users’ news feeds back toward posts from friends and family and away from businesses and media outlets — a transition that is likely to mean people spend less time on the site.

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The group is stressing female leadership amid enrollment pressure, putting more importance on cookie sales

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<p>Students and faculty from universities in the U.S., Europe and beyond describe a wide range of alleged sexual harassment in an anonymous, crowdsourced spreadsheet</p>

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<p></p><p>The Dow Jones industrial average traded at a record high on Friday as investors bet on a strong corporate earnings season.</p>

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<p>The Dow Jones industrial average opened at a record high on Friday as investors bet on a strong corporate earnings season.</p>

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On March 16, 1968, governors and leaders from central banks then operating the London Gold Pool met in Washington, DC, to review operations and conditions for their cartel. Joined by the Managing Director of the IMF as well as the General Manager of the BIS, all the Bretton Woods heavies were in attendance, with the notable exclusion of French officials (the chief agitator of gold conversion). The presence of officials drawn from international bodies wasn’t unusual at these gatherings, but in 1968 this later Bretton Woods modification had become threatened more seriously than at any other…

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In liberal bastions like metro New York and California, the Trump tax overhaul has been criticized as economic warfare. But as elements of the plan come into focus, tax experts are concluding that some of the most dire predictions for high-tax blue states — particularly surrounding the treatment of state and local taxes — may not pan out as feared.

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The automaker is also giving 60,000 employees a one-time bonus of $2,000. It's crediting U.S. tax reform.

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