Archive for February 2nd, 2019

After the economy scored a dazzling 304,000 bounty of new jobs in January, the U.S. seems to have found a sweet spot.

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Surprisingly, fear isn't keeping people from investing.

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Amazon used to reject the need for ad spending, but Jeff Bezos has changed his view and turned the company into a major advertiser.

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The U.S. retail apocalypse is far from over.

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It's a lot more possible to amass $100,000 than you might think — and you may even become a millionaire, too. Here's how.

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When you're working, you have limited control over the taxes you pay, because your salary largely determines your tax bracket. You owe what you owe, and that's about it. But once you retire and design your own paycheck to live off of, opportunities to better control your tax bracket suddenly open up. When you approach retirement, your financial situation changes, and that presents unique opportunities. One of those opportunities is an increased…

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Data, documents and interviews show how a focus on cutting prices has come with risks to consumer health.

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Leo Wang thought a promising career in the United States was within his grasp. After leaving home in China in 2015, he earned a graduate degree in entrepreneurship and innovation at USC and was hired at a Silicon Valley data storage company.

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“Being the first brand to crack out of the egg is worth at least $10 million.”

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Softening but still solid U.S. demand as well as encroaching signs of global weakness are giving some corporate executives a more cautious view of their companies’ outlook.

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Jim Cramer shares his game plan for the week ahead and tells investors that 2019 might turn out to be "surprisingly rewarding."

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