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Friday, May 18, 2018
Personal Finance News & Tips
Salaries for graduates seeking first jobs rose 5.2% from last year
New graduates entering the workforce in March earned 5.2% more than their predecessors a year ago, ADP says. The biggest wage hikes came in technology and construction.
Cambridge Analytica files for Chapter 7 bankruptcy liquidation after debilitating scandal
Cambridge Analytica, the political intelligence firm whose tactics came under fire and sparked a whirlwind of scrutiny over Facebook data, has submitted papers in the U.S. to begin liquidating. The move comes less than three weeks after Cambridge Ana
Small stocks are proving to be big gainers as Russell 2000 hits new highs
Wall Street investors are now tuning into tiny stocks. Small stocks are putting up bigger gains than their large-company counterparts. The small-company Russell 2000 is hitting new highs.
Retirement hitch: Over 75 and still deep in debt? You're in good company
An alarming number of seniors continue to carry debt. And it could end up destroying their retirement.
New international shipping regulations could push oil up to $90 a barrel
International regulations on the fuels used in shipping could tighten the oil market and push prices up to $90 per barrel in the next two years.
Boss, 56, has sex with drunk teenage employee, gets 6 years in prison
Printing company co-owner Harold Percy plied the girl, 15, with liquor, then engaged in sex acts
How to avoid money regrets on your long-awaited summer vacation
Going over budget on a trip can dampen your enjoyment of the experience in the first place — or leave you feeling financially strapped after the fact. Before you fast forward to all that regret, keep these things in mind before you travel.
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These are the 5 best Amazon deals right now
These deals will get you to the weekend.
Cell phones thrown in the trash are exploding, causing 5-alarm fires in garbage trucks
Thrown into the trash or even the recycling bin, lithium-ion batteries are causing fires at trash and recycling centers.
The Day In Pictures Gallery
A woman casts her vote at a polling station in Ciri, Burundi, on May 17, 2018 during a referendum on constitutional reforms that, if passed, will shore up the power of the incumbent President and enable him to rule until 2034. For many critics, the r
Royal wedding: Harry and Meghan arrive in Windsor to spend last night as unmarried couple
In the second Gilded Age, the mansions get bigger, and the homeless get closer
Earth just had its 400th straight warmer-than-average month thanks to global warming
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