Archive for May 17th, 2019

Wealth Coach: Buying an initial public offering on its first day of trading is probably not a great idea. It's better to sit tight, be patient and watch how the company's stock does for the first few months.

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<p>State lawmakers had a chance Thursday to vote on ensuring that all Californians get the healthcare they need. Instead of rising to the occasion, they punted.</p>

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Toyota Motor Corp. rebuked President Donald Trump’s declaration that imported cars threaten U.S. national security, signaling contentious talks are ahead for the White House and America’s key trading partners.

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We can’t take on climate change without properly pricing coal, oil, and natural gas. But it’s a huge political challenge.

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The memo says that $2 billion in fresh funding would only cover 10 months of business at the company's first quarter burn rate.

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Saving $1 million is possible with good financial habits.

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When you want to take a little risk off the table, cash is king. Members of TIGER 21, a group of more than 600 people with at least $10 million to invest, increased their allocation toward cash during the first quarter of 2019.

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The memo says that $2 billion in fresh funding would only cover 10 months of business at the company's first quarter burn rate.

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Home prices are plummeting in the Hamptons, the vacation destination of NYC's wealthy elite. Trump's 2016 federal tax reform makes it more expensive to own luxury homes.

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Walmart is one step closer to moving into a new home office for more than 14,000 people, which will be outfitted with fitness centers for employees and their families, a child-care facility and more diverse dining options like food trucks.

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These figures — and how they compare with the spending of the average U.S. household — will probably surprise you.

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It can be a daunting challenge for consumers to separate true advertising claims from false ones.

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The former media mogul and British lord, who served time for fraud, has long-standing alliances with the president

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When the economy goes south, the United States traditionally has two ways of dealing with it.

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The White House had to decide by Saturday whether to slap tarifffs on autos over what it calls national security concerns.

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