White House says far-right Republicans solely to blame as government shutdown looms
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White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre dismissed the notion of President Joe Biden negotiating with Speaker Kevin McCarthy on funding bill.
The 3 best steps to take with an old 401(k), according to a money expert: 'Choose your own adventure'
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When you leave a job, you can leave your 401(k), too, or take it with you. Here's how you choose between tax-efficient options.
Ford CEO says UAW is 'holding the deal hostage' over EV battery plants
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Multibillion-dollar EV battery plants are crucial to the automotive industry's future and uniquely positioned to have wide-ranging implications for the UAW,
How Tesla is at the center of the UAW strikes
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Electric car maker Tesla is said to have labor costs significantly lower than those of the unionized Detroit 3, which could widen its lead in the EV market.
Republican spending plan fails House vote, fueling federal government shutdown fears
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The federal government is due to shut down operations early Sunday if Congress does not approve a funding bill that President Joe Biden signs.
Trump blasts upcoming New York civil fraud trial to raise 2024 campaign cash
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The New York judge presiding over a business fraud case found Donald Trump and his company liable for fraud in valuing his real estate
UAW announces new strikes at GM and Ford plants, spares Stellantis citing 'momentum' in talks
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About 6,900 autoworkers will take part in the latest wave of work stoppages, joining roughly 18,300 workers who are currently on strike for the union.
People live longer, happier lives in Blue Zones, and only one is in the U.S.: Here are 5 things they do differently
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Blue Zones are home to the longest-lived people and highest life expectancies. Loma Linda residents attribute living long, fulfilled lives to these behaviors.
Dianne Feinstein, California's longest-serving senator, dies at 90
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The death of Dianne Feinstein leaves vacant her powerful Senate seat, requiring Gov. Gavin Newsom to appoint a temporary successor.
Fugitive founder of crypto hedge fund that lost $10 billion arrested in Singapore while attempting to flee
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Authorities have arrested crypto fugitive Su Zhu, co-founder of the bankrupt digital asset hedge fund Three Arrows Capital.
State of emergency issued for NYC's wettest day since Ida; rain, flooding expected to last hours
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Heavy rain and flooding on Friday making led to subway and rail service suspensions and the closure of a terminal at LaGuardia Airport.
United Airlines pilots approve new contract with up to 40% raises
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United Airlines pilots approved a new labor contract with raises that could top 40% over four years.
Supreme Court to hear Texas and Florida social media cases over right to moderate content
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The Supreme Court will decide whether Texas and Florida can prevent social media companies from banning users for rhetoric.
Citigroup CEO Jane Fraser sees 'cracks’ emerging among some consumers as savings dry up
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Lower-end consumers have shifted buying patterns to save money as their bank accounts dwindle in size, according to Citigroup CEO Jane Fraser.
The basics of options: What they are, what they do and how investors use them
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Options have the potential to mitigate risk and enhance returns. They can also blow up your portfolio virtually overnight.
The Fed's favorite inflation indicator rose less than expected in August
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The personal consumption expenditures (PCE) price index excluding food and energy increased 0.1% for the month, lower than the expected 0.2% gain.
Toys R Us is planning a brick-and-mortar comeback in the U.S., with up to 24 new flagship stores
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Toy retailer Toys R Us plans to open as many as 24 brick-and-mortar flagship stores across the U.S., its parent company WHP Global announced Friday.
These are the 3 biggest retirement plan rollover mistakes, expert says. Here's how to avoid penalties
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If you're saving for retirement with a 401(k) or individual retirement account, it's easy to lose money to taxes and penalties when completing a rollover.
Shares of biotech startup Structure Therapeutics surge more than 30% on promising obesity pill data
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Structure's pill is part of the same class of drugs as Novo Nordisk's blockbuster diabetes drug Ozempic and weight loss counterpart Wegovy.
Biden administration moves ahead with new plan to cancel student debt
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The Biden administration announced the next step in its new plan to cancel people's student debt after the Supreme Court struck down its original policy.
Apple expressed concerns to Chinese officials over foreign app restrictions, report says
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Apple is concerned about new rules in China that would ban unregistered foreign apps from its App Store.
A big EV purchase decision that's not about the car model you buy
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Electrical vehicle charging is key to consumer adoption. How much you pay to charge an EV at home, and how fast, will be a big part of the decision.
Ad spending for obesity, diabetes drugs is soaring this year, as drugmakers shell out nearly $500 million
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The data demonstrates the rush by companies to capture new customers after months of hype around Novo Nordisk's Ozempic and Wegovy.
Americans say caring for aging parents is more important than saving money to hand down to your children
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Americans overwhelmingly want to take care of their aging parents. But be careful not to sacrifice your own long-term savings in the process, CFP says.
How to solve problems at work, says Deloitte exec: 'My best idea didn't come when I was sitting tied to a desk'
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Deloitte's chief innovation officer has a lot of ideas about how to refresh your brain to solve problems at work, including taking walking meetings.
LVMH boss Bernard Arnault under investigation in Paris over Russian oligarch transactions
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The Paris public prosecutor's office is investigating LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault over financial transactions involving Russian oligarch Nikolai Sarkisov.
Stagflation is 'the big bogeyman out there' — and many increasingly fear its return
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Oil prices surging to the brink of $100 a barrel and the specter of higher-for-longer inflation has reignited concern about stagflation risks.
Euro zone inflation fell to 4.3% in September, lowest level since October 2021
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Inflation in the euro zone fell to 4.3% year-on-year and 0.3% month-on-month in September, flash figures showed Friday.