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The years since Joe Biden left the vice presidency in 2017 fattened his wallet before his run in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary.
A rare pair of Nike "Moon Shoes" could fetch as much as $160,000 in an auction held by Sotheby's, which also features Marty McFly's famous self-tying sneakers.
Once model savers, millennials are falling into the credit card debt trap. Financial education should be embedded in education from grade school through college. Young people need to understand debt; its benefits, its traps and how best to use it.
European stocks are set to begin Tuesday's session mixed as traders monitor a slew of earnings reports.
Former Wells Fargo CEO Richard Kovacevich says the depressed valuations for banks and other financial firms mean "this is the time" for acquisitions and mergers in the industry.
Both companies report earnings on Aug. 8, so the CBS and Viacom boards have set that as a natural deadline to agree to a merger. Price won't be discussed by the companies until the end of negotiations, sources say.