Archive for July, 2019

Workers who retired after years of folding shirts and selling refrigerators for Sears Holdings Corp. banded together earlier this year to complain when the retailer’s bankrupt shell terminated their life insurance plan.

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Today, 80% of U.S. workers say they would turn down a job offer that doesn't provide flexible work options. Proving that workplace flexibility shouldn't be traded in for a high pay check, FlexJobs sister site Remote.co used data from its platform to create a list of high-paying remote jobs that are available right now.

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Possible dissent hangs over Fed's first rate cut in a decade

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President Donald Trump lashed out at China for what he said is its unwillingness to buy American agricultural products and said it continues to “rip off” the U.S., just as the two nations resumed negotiations in Shanghai following a three-month breakup.

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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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Possible dissent hangs over Fed's first rate cut in a decade

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If you're a Capital One customer, consider adding extra levels of security to keep scammers from misusing your data

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How does the top 1% in the U.S. compare to the richest 1% in the world? You might be surprised.

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<p>Stocks fell on Tuesday after President Donald Trump renewed his attacks on China, decreasing hope the two largest world economies will reach a trade deal.</p>

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<p>U.S. stock index futures indexes were slightly lower Tuesday morning, ahead of a key meeting by the Federal Reserve.</p>

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The Education Department is looking into a tactic that has been used in some Chicago suburbs, in which wealthy parents transfer legal guardianship of their college-bound children to relatives or friends so the teens can claim financial aid.

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Low mortgage rates and thriving employment should be the recipe for a strong housing market. Instead, they’re deepening America’s affordability crisis.

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A woman who worked as a software engineer in Seattle hacked into a server holding customer information for Capital One and obtained the personal data of over 100 million people, federal prosecutors said on Monday, in one of the largest thefts of data from a bank.

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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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