Archive for June, 2018

What’s the size of your portfolio?

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The world’s biggest waste importer is no longer buying. So where’s all that trash going to go?

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Here's how a power outage led to money for college.

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We think we're being efficient by multitasking during lunch, but there are downsides to forgoing a break.

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For investors in the 30-something crowd, although risk is still on the table, protecting your nest egg with some of the best long-term stocks is a good strategy.

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More passenger data can lead to better service, but carriers know that fliers want some limits on how much of their personal information to use.

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<p>Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg is poised to leapfrog Warren Buffett to become the world’s third-richest person.</p>

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The European Union will start imposing duties on a list of U.S. products as of Friday in response to President Donald Trump's decision to slap tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Europe.&nbsp;

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The Trump administration just moved on two separate fronts that potentially spell the Affordable Care Act's end

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The world’s two biggest economies are on a collision course, and Americans could feel the impact

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General Electric will replace Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc., as one of the 30 components of the 122-year-old Dow Jones Industrial Average. Here’s what that means for one of the oldest equity benchmarks.

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Homebuilders blame Trump's tariffs on Canadian softwood lumber for driving prices higher in an already tight market

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<p>Stocks traded higher on Wednesday, boosted by dealmaking activity and potentially improving trade relations between the U.S. and the European Union.</p>

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<p>Stocks opened higher on Wednesday, boosted by dealmaking activity and potentially improving trade relations between the U.S. and the European Union.</p>

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President Donald Trump's misguided threat to impose steep tariffs on Chinese exports to the U.S. would inflict harm on American consumers. To understand why, take a close look at his iPhone.

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