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2 big shareholders want Apple to investigate how bad iPhones are for one group of people
Two big shareholders in Apple are pressuring the company to carry out research into whether iPhones are bad for children.
Powerball, Mega Millions passed $400 million — here is the first thing you should do if you win
The Mega Millions jackpot climbed to $418 million, and the Powerball lottery has an unclaimed pool of $460 million as of Wednesday morning.
Here's What's Causing America's Next Retirement Crisis
Here's why this is bad.
People lining up in droves to prepay property taxes before GOP tax bill kicks in
Municipalities around the country have seen a surge in homeowners prepaying their property taxes as they brace for new laws that'll go into effect Jan. 1.
7 Pieces of Advice From a 29-Year-Old Asset Manager
No. 6: Do not fall in love with your investments.
19 Things Bartenders Wish You Would Stop Doing
Show your bartenders some respect.
These homeowners are GOP tax bill’s biggest losers
The tax plan will help the wealthy -- but where housing is concerned, experts expect the new legislation to disproportionately hurt richer people.
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The Fed is about to raise rates again — here's what it means for you
The cost of borrowing — interest rates — makes a big difference on which credit card you choose or whether you get one at all.
Working a 9-5 and Saving In a 401(k) Won't Make You Rich
Unfortunately, incomes have been going straight down while inflation is going up.
Only 15 athletes have signed contracts worth more than Roger Goodell's
The NFL commissioner could receive up to $200 million through the 2023 season, putting him in some impressive company.
One major retailer is joining forces with BuzzFeed in its quest for millennial shoppers
The retailer will start selling its kitchen tools, appliances, and eventually food through links in Tasty's recipe videos.
Millennials are flocking to these 11 US cities in droves
Factors such as rising real-estate prices and high job competition have sent millennials searching for other places in the United States to call their home.
Derrick Rose, who is reportedly considering retirement, could be leaving $80 million on the table
Rose has reportedly grown frustrated with injuries and is "seriously" evaluating whether he wants to continue playing basketball.
Rich people say you're not rich until you have this much money
The vast majority of U.S. millionaires, about 95 percent, have between $1 million and $5 million — and many think that's just not enough.
Uber reportedly paid hackers $100,000 to cover up a cyber attack that impacted 57 million people
The data breach, which occurred in October 2016, was not made public until Tuesday when Uber quietly published a blog post about the incident.
Walmart is rolling out its massive online pickup towers
The massive towers rapidly retrieve online orders for customers who shipped their purchases to a Walmart store.
Study finds alarming new way scammers are targeting older adults
Scammers can appeal to emotions like excitement and anger to mislead people — and the older you are, the more you may be at risk.
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Walmart is betting against its biggest consumer group
Investors are rallying around Walmart's strategy of targeting shoppers at both the highest and lowest ends of the income spectrum.