Archive for July, 2019

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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JPMorgan Chase &amp; Co. and UBS Group AG are among five banks being sued over allegations of foreign-exchange rigging in a class-action lawsuit seeking more than 1 billion pounds ($1.2 billion).

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Companies are expected to sign fresh deals on American products free of retaliatory tariffs, as trade talks between China and the U.S. resume on Monday, state media reported late on Sunday.

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