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Wall Street investors and banks are beginning to file foreclosure cases in the United States territory as several moratoriums come to an end.

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Wall Street investors and banks are beginning to file foreclosure cases in the United States territory as several moratoriums come to an end.

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Foursquare reveals how malls can survive the retail apocalypse.

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How well you understand the ins and outs of Social Security entitlements could make a big difference in how much you receive over your lifetime.

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<p>The world's biggest oil traders are counting hefty losses after a surprise doubling in the price discount of U.S. light crude to benchmark Brent in just a month, as surging U.S production upends the market.</p>

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<p>For all these similarities, Tencent and Alibaba are sharply distinct companies, as different in culture, style, and approach as Apple is from Google. The duo sprang from the same era, the late 1990s, when China was discovering the Internet, and for years they built giant businesses more or less out of each other’s way. Yet as they’ve grown, each inevitably has begun to encroach on the other’s turf.</p>

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<p>Overnight in dozens of cities across the U.S., the electric scooters arrive, often without warning to public officials, parked along sidewalks and ready to be taken for a spin with a few taps on a smartphone.</p>

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<p>As the emerging markets of yesterday become today's stalwarts, a growing number of technology workers are migrating to an even newer sector - so new that it isn't legal at the federal level.</p>

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Nearly half of college grads with student loans end up taking the maximum amount of loans allowed under the federal student loan program.

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Harley-Davidson announced in March that it was moving some manufacture operations to Thailand.

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Bringing back people who took early retirement can benefit both employer and employee, whether it’s by training new workers or helping in a crisis.

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Navy Capital’s one-room office in midtown Manhattan could probably fit in the coat closets of many of its competitors. But the hedge fund’s digs belie the firm’s success in betting on something few of its peers will touch: cannabis.

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<p>Educators are statistically 30% more likely to have second jobs than non-teachers, and there’s no better time to take on additional work than in the summer when their schedules are open. The moment their students start vacation, teachers are stocking store shelves, driving ride shares and delivering food to score extra cash.</p>

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The average household led by a retiree makes $48,000 annually before taxes and spends roughly $46,000 a year. That’s according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (BLS) measure of the…

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An in-depth conversation with Tesla’s chief executive on his scars from a year in hell and trying to be nicer on Twitter.

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