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This health investor shadowed Jeff Bezos, worked for Bill Gates: Here’s what he learned

"I don’t always have the right answers, but I do have a lot of scars and I’m happy to share those,” said Peter Neupert.
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Disney bought Marvel for $4 billion in 2009: It’s made over $18 billion since

Marvel has more than proven its worth to one of the entertainment industry's titans.
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How Instagram's 'like ban' affects influencers

Instagram recently kicked off a test to hide the number of “likes” a user’s post has received, which could mean a shift in tactics for influencers.
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RCA @100: anniversary of firm that popularized radio, TV and more

Firm founded by immigrant was sold off in pieces after GE's 1986 purchase. It now exists as licensing name to put on products.
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NY Times: China Shaves $40B in US Investment Under Trump

Under the hood of President Donald Trump's goals of settling trade deficits, and protecting against forced technology transfer and security concerns with China, is more than a $40 billion dropoff in..
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Sony's best noise-canceling headphones are at their lowest price ever

The Sony WH-1000XM3 are the best noise-canceling headphones money can buy, and right now they're majorly discounted.
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SpaceX CEO Elon Musk on the next giant leap for mankind

As the founder, CEO and lead designer at SpaceX, a private company that makes rockets and spacecraft, Elon Musk envisions a time when his reusable rockets will bring people to the moon and Mars. He's..
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The 5 best Amazon deals you can get this Sunday

Post-Prime Day deals are still going strong, including Instant Pot, Dyson vacuums, and more.
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Almost $100K per year: Highest paying jobs you can get without a college degree

College is often touted as the pathway to a brighter financial future. But this is not always the case.
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Want to break up ‘Big Tech’? Don't fall prey to these misconceptions

Advocates and opponents of breaking up Facebook, Google and other technology giants are falling prey to some serious misconceptions.
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Your portfolio is probably heavy on index funds. Now may be the time to make changes

Index funds have become hugely popular, and they account for a large following in 401(k)-style retirement plans. They're also reliant on tech stocks.
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Student loans crisis: What I wish I had known before I went to college

Student loans are a drag in every sense of the word. I learned that the hard way.Image source: Getty Images.
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Florida Has Found About 900 Skimmers in 2019

Florida has issued a warning to watch out for skimmers on gas pumps that read customers' financial information, almost 900 of which have been found so far this year."Our team inspects hundreds of..
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These cars aren't blushing, they're pink

From Cadillacs to Bentleys, these classic and contemporary rides wear their pink boldly.
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What the best approach to boost your 401(k)? Active, passive or a little of both?

Everyone has an investing strategy, but the best option includes employing both active and passive management of your portfolio.
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Student loan crisis: These are the schools that pay off the least

With college tuition burdening the wallets of so many Americans, these schools aren't necessarily helping to solve the problem.
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Farmers caught between a flood and a trade-war hard place

A $19.1 billion disaster aid package won't include much help for Midwestern farmers who can’t plant. Meanwhile a trade war puts farm exports at risk.
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Around the world, investors value social, environmental impacts

Investors may value more than just financial profit. Markets for socially and environmentally mindful companies are opening across the world.
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"Corporate astronaut": How billionaires are joining the space race

Six hundred people have already paid Virgin Galactic $250,000 for a ticket to space
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The philosophy behind charcuterie restaurant Cured

Upon entering the restaurant, diners are greeted by a massive humidity-controlled meat locker known as the "Charc Tank"
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E-scooters now seem less likely to run people off sidewalks

What a difference a year makes - what was chaos in 2018 has turned orderly, as scooters now get parked in the "furniture zones," of sidewalks.
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6 HUGE Social Security Mistakes

This post 6 HUGE Social Security Mistakes appeared first on Daily Reckoning. 6 of the biggest mistakes that I commonly see made concerning Social Security The post 6 HUGE Social Security Mistakes..
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Apollo 11 anniversary: Toyota edges closer toward creating a space-traveling moon rover

Toyota teamed up with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency to create a new lunar rover that astronauts will use to search the moon for frozen water.
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Detroit, Chicago, Memphis: The 25 most segregated cities in America

24/7 Wall St. calculated the percentage of black residents who live in predominantly black census tracts to identify the most segregated cities.
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What to do when back to school bites you in the budget

Back to school ready? After replacing worn-out erasers, outgrown clothes and an outdated laptop, you may still feel the financial pinch.
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Are you saving for this potentially large expense?

It's a common one during the summer – and a costly one at that.
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After a decade of expanding economy, are you better off?

The economic expansion now is a decade old, but are your finances looking just as good? Here are some ways to check.
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Michigan woman had 350% interest rate on $1,200 loan — and a loophole allows it

Online lenders are using affiliations with American Indian tribes to pitch loans that charge rates of 300% or more and skirt consumer protections.
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Why tariff threat is unsettling – even after US-Mexico deaI

The threat of Mexican tariffs is off for now. But it could return – and the weaponization of tariffs may not be in the long-term interest of the U.S.
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Equifax could pay $700 million to settle with FTC over 2017 data breach, report says

The 2017 Equifax data breach was one of the nation's largest breaches. Now it appears that Equifax could be close to settling with the FTC and states.
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Record-high temperatures could scorch U.S. economy

Climate change has the potential to sap the U.S. economy more than tariffs or other man-made threats
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Bento boxes make packing your kid's lunch a snap

School lunches get an upgrade with sealable bento-style boxes.
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Why Trump's pick to head Labor Dept scares worker advocates

As a lawyer, the son of the late Supreme Court judge fought against laws constraining big corporations
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Ragu recalls pasta sauce sold nationwide that may contain plastic

Five types of the pasta sauce are being recalled nationwide, including at retailers such as Walmart
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Behind the protests in Puerto Rico, a tale of economic woe

Outrage over the governor's leaked private remarks is heightening anger over widespread poverty and high unemployment
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10 incredible deals from Madewell's huge weekend sale

Everybody loves Madewell but they almost never go on sale. This weekend though, you can get huge discounts during their big sale-on-sale event.
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"Save Chick-fil-A law" signed by Texas governor bans "adverse actions" against companies because of religious views

The new law comes after San Antonio barred the fast-food chain from its airport because of its LGBTQ views
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Poshmark can be a style haven for fashionistas with a modest budget—if you know how to use it.
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J.C. Penney says it hasn't hired advisors to prepare for 'restructuring or bankruptcy’

J.C. Penney said in a statement Friday that it hasn’t hired advisors to prepare for an “in-court restructuring or bankruptcy."
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J.C. Penney shares tank as another big retailer spirals down

Century-old retailer is in freefall amid a report that it's seeking advice on how to restructure its debt
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D.I.Y. Private Equity Is Luring Small Investors

Amateur investors are setting up high-risk, high-return deals on their own, but the key to success varies.
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House-hunters face surging home prices

Median U.S. home prices hit a record $266,000 during the busy spring selling season, as low mortgage rates continued to attract buyers.
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20 amazing things under $50 from the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale

Nordstrom has opened their anniversary sale to everyone. Here are the best deals under $50.
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Fed's Bullard: Rate Cut Will 'Ratify' What People Already Expect

An interest rate cut may be necessary at this point, but that does not mean the Federal Reserve is on a path to dramatically lower rates, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said on Friday.
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Easy Steps to Jump Start Your PERFECT Vacation

This post Easy Steps to Jump Start Your PERFECT Vacation appeared first on Daily Reckoning. My top tips and secrets to avoid baggage fees, dos and don’ts for international travel, and more! The..
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Warren, Ocasio-Cortez Press Shopko's Owner on Severance Pay

Senator Elizabeth Warren and Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are asking executives at Sun Capital Partners Inc., the private equity firm that owned department store Shopko until its liquidation..
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Elizabeth Warren's Private Equity Plan Seeks to Strip Industry of Riches

Elizabeth Warren wants to force private equity executives to eat their own cooking.
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