Archive for July 29th, 2019

In the age of #MeToo and body positivity, the brand is increasingly out of step with today’s consumer.

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Even in a tough higher ed market, few schools actually go out of business.

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Under the terms of the settlement, those who were impacted by the Equifax data breach are eligible to receive up to 10 years of credit monitoring or a $125 cash payment.

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<p>Starbucks' prospects and its stock took off again a year ago and, after the company posted another strong quarter Thursday, the stock has now soared 93% in the last 12 months, making it the biggest gainer in the Standard &amp; Poor's 500 index in that period.</p>

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While there are some signs of an impending turnaround, one large trucking company just announced a shocking plunge in profits.

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Don’t do anything hasty.

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Netflix is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to produce big-budget films as it attempts to shore up its subscriber base and push further into territory once controlled by major Hollywood studios.

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Costco rolled out digital membership cards on its updated mobile app last week, but some shoppers are angry they can't be used at gas pumps.

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As the world sinks into an era of ever-lower interest rates and a chasm of negative-yielding bonds, Japan’s experience offers investors an invaluable precedent.

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Here's what to avoid saying during a car negotiation, according to former car salesman Matt Jones.

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Buying a bike in the off season, getting your dream mattress at a discount, purchasing wine by the case—there are ways to avoid emptying your wallet without missing out on the things you enjoy. A few minutes of research, some savvy tips, and a little flexibility will keep your money in the bank and a smile on your face. Life doesn’t wait, but when you do, there are savings to be had.

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As the world sinks into an era of ever-lower interest rates and a chasm of negative-yielding bonds, Japan’s experience offers investors an invaluable precedent.

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It differs from Bernie Sanders’s proposal in three key ways.

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‘We massed our savings all on our own, without an adviser.’

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The Federal Reserve this week will most likely cut interest rates for the first time since 2008, when the economy was mired in a deep recession, as the central bank tries to keep a record economic expansion from petering out.&nbsp;

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