Archive for July 22nd, 2019

The city adopted a $15 minimum wage four years ago. Here’s what happened.

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It’s a sign of the times when farmers make more money advocating for the industry on social media than actually farming.

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FEMA maps leave some 100 million Americans and 35 to 40 million uninsured homes and businesses at risk of flooding, according to flood risk group.

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<p>Over the last year, one game company after another has quietly acceded to Chinese government demands to limit the amount of time young people spend on their games. Chinese players of American hits such as “League of Legends,” “Fortnite” and “World of Warcraft” are having their playtime tracked according to their national ID number. Those under 18 face heavy in-game penalties or outright expulsions if they play too long.</p>

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Want to retire early? This FIRE couple — they retired at 38 in 1991 — share their secrets

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Billionaire investor Carl Icahn is furious over the generous terms Warren Buffett received when he came to the aid of Occidental Petroleum's bidding war with Chevron.

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CEO Ken Martindale said the chain will reduce its number of mall locations by nearly half as traffic continues to fall.

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Equifax will give consumers a range of options for monitoring their credit or making claims of fraud or data misuse, part of a $425 million restitution fund.

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Iran is safely storing its crude and freeing up its tankers, while China can tap the stockpile if supply is disrupted or sanctions end.

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Two years after a major data breach exposed the personal information of around 147 million Americans, the credit bureau Equifax has agreed to pay at least $650 million to resolve consumer claims and multiple state and federal investigations stemming from the episode. At least $300 million of that amount will go to consumers, according to settlement documents filed in federal court in Atlanta on Monday. Those affected by the breach could get an…

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Believe it or not, under some circumstances, saving for retirement doesn't make sense.

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