Archive for January 23rd, 2019

Former Tesla employees told Business Insider about how they were informed they were being let go.

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The average age is 47 for those with at least $25 million, a study finds

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You can't time the market, but you can time yourself.

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FORD MOTOR-RESULTS/ (UPDATE 1, PIX):UPDATE 1-Ford posts lower operating profit as overseas losses weigh

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Billionaire hedge fund manager Seth Klarman has been called "the next Warren Buffett" and the "Oracle of Boston." He bought his first stock at 10 years old.

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If the shutdown continues through the week, Friday will mark the second federal paycheck missed by affected federal workers, whose household budgets have been completely upended.

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Increasing the top tax rate should be done in tandem with closing loopholes to include more income in the definition of taxable income, writes William G. Gale, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.

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Lenders are turning to borrowers with harder-to-document finances, helping drive growth in the kind of home loans that helped fuel the housing meltdown.

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In the past year, the availability of homes that a middle-class family could buy has declined in 86 percent of the largest metro areas, according to an analysis of 49 cities being released Wednesday by the real estate brokerage Redfin and provided in advance to The Associated Press.

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25 counties in the United States paid more than a quarter of the total income tax collected in 2016, according to IRS data.

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<p>Stocks traded higher on Wednesday after the release of strong corporate earnings from companies like IBM, United Technologies and Procter &amp; Gamble.</p>

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Gary Shilling sees the U.S. economy deteriorating faster than most economists think.

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<p>Stocks opened higher on Wednesday after the release of strong corporate earnings from companies like IBM, United Technologies and Procter &amp; Gamble.</p>

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After leading Ford Motor Co. for 20 months, Chief Executive Officer Jim Hackett is still struggling to win over Wall Street.

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Dalio says potential changes to the tax code will be "a bigger market-influencing issue than people now realize."

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