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Friday, June 1, 2018
Personal Finance News & Tips
Unemployment rate falls to 3.8% as employers add 223,000 jobs in May
The economy added 223,000 jobs in May and the unemployment rate . Economists had expected 190,000 gains
How low can it go? Sears will close 63 more stores. Is yours on the list?
Sears will close 63 more stores in September, leaving the retailer with roughly 899 locations. Is yours going out of business? Check the list.
Tariff winners and losers: How Trump's trade spat could affect shoppers
President Trump's imposition of tariffs on imported steel and aluminum is expected to ripple through the supply chains of various products as foreign trading partners are likely to retaliate against American goods. Steel companies are winners. But or
Sell in May stock market strategy is off to a lousy start
Investors that took "sell in May" advice and exited the market on April 30 are probably regretting that decision. The Dow Jones industrial average and the three other major U.S. stock indexes all rose.
Last Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, king of the muscle cars, rolls off the line
The 840-horsepower beast was part of a limited run as Fiat Chrysler intended to cap production at 3,300 Demons.
National Donut Day: Where to find free doughnuts and deals this Friday
How to celebrate National Doughnut Day? Deals are coming from Dunkin' Donuts, Krispy Kreme and more.
The world's 25 longest airline flights
A look a the world’s 25 longest regularly scheduled airline flights as measured by distance. Includes routes flying at least once a week as of June 2018.
These are the 5 best Amazon deals right now
Today's deals make great Father's Day gifts.
Comparing sport wagons: Edmunds looks at Subaru Outback and Buick Regal TourX
Subaru is well-known for offering cars that can handle themselves when the going gets rough, and its Outback lies squarely in that tradition. But now Subaru has new competition from a company that has a significant wagon-building heritage of its own:
Big food-service outfit banning plastic straws at more than 1,000 U.S. eateries
Bon Appétit Management is instituting the new rule at all of its locations in 33 states, including numerous colleges and museums.
The Day In Pictures Gallery
Ukrainian officers kneel in honor of their lost friends during the Graduation Day of the National Defense University, in Kiev, Ukraine. About 500 officers received their diplomas.
Roseanne Barr: 'I begged' ABC not to cancel my show
'Toblerone tunnels' are the latest disturbing social media body trend
Sears, Kmart parent company to close another 63 stores as sales crisis continues
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