Archive for June 29th, 2018

Ann Brenoff’s “On The Fly” is a column about navigating growing older ― and a few other things.

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70 Valuable Things You Can Get for Free

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It's a deviation from the classic 4% rule, which has some serious problems.

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<p>General Motors on Friday warned that expansive U.S. tariffs on imported vehicles being considered by the Trump administration could lead to a "a smaller GM" and risks isolating U.S. businesses from the global market.</p>

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Citigroup has agreed to repay customers $335 million to settle U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau claims that the bank cheated customers by failing to review and adjust credit-card interest rates, the regulator said in a statement Friday.

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The hardest college to gain acceptance to in the US is Harvard University, according to a list from the academic review site Niche.com.

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Treasury, IRS announce postcard-size form 1040 for next year|| 105253825

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The consensus sees massive economy-wide layoffs and higher prices for all cars, domestic and imported

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Toys R Us stores are coming to their final days as going-of-business sales end and the retail chain as we know it dies forever. Friday, June 29 will be the last day to shop.

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Two decades ago, an engineer tried a new way to get gas out of the ground. Energy markets and global politics would never be the same.

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The consensus sees massive economy-wide layoffs and higher prices for all cars, domestic and imported

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Trucking companies are offering big pay and $4,000 bonuses to lure drivers. It’s not working.

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<p>Stocks opened higher on Friday, boosted by gains in banks and Nike, but were still headed for weekly losses as the underlying market sentiment was soured by anxiety over global trade frictions.</p>

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U.S. stock index futures pointed to triple-digit gains at the open Friday morning, although underlying market sentiment was soured by anxiety over global trade frictions.

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Two decades ago, an engineer tried a new way to get gas out of the ground. Energy markets and global politics would never be the same.

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