Archive for May 17th, 2018

See why the expert advice on retirement savings is so alarming.

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"If that's really how he thinks about people, he doesn't deserve to come back."

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Queen Elizabeth II and the British royal family's net worth pales in comparison to the net worth of other royals around the globe. 

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<p>We’re starting to learn what America’s biggest companies are doing with the huge windfalls from President Donald Trump’s tax cuts. And the answer is great for investors – but not so great for workers.</p>

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Warren Buffett believes interest rates levels are a critical component in figuring out if a stock is cheap or expensive.

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In its campaign to lower drug prices, the agency posted a list of brand-name manufacturers in an effort to force them to share drug samples with their generic rivals.

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Earnings growth of more than 20 percent has been the worst time for stock market performance, other than the rare instances when profits have declined by more than 25 percent, according to data going back to 1927:

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Where you choose to retire could determine whether you outlive your savings. How does your state of choice rank for cost of living?

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If a look at the balance in your 401(k) sparks a midlife savings crisis, take heart: Later is a better time than never to get serious about retirement. One of…

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<p>Remington Outdoor, one of the largest U.S. makers of firearms, emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy Thursday after completing a debt-cutting deal with creditors.</p>

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<p>Some employees in a Wells Fargo unit that handles business banking improperly changed information on documents related to corporate customers, the Wall street Journal reported Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.</p>

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About a third of America's "gig economy" workers are taking side-jobs to save — or survive — in retirement.

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One of the most profitable consumer-lending categories in recent years may become more of a middling player, as rising loan losses and increased rewards expenses put pressure on card lenders’ returns.

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The business of big work trucks is bigger than ever, opening up a new front in the market-share battle between GM and Ford, which dominate the production of these multitasking pickups.

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Oil rose to $80 a barrel in London for the first time since 2014 as U.S. crude inventories fell and traders braced for the impact of renewed sanctions on OPEC member Iran.

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