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Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday that the American dream was "dying until President Donald Trump was inaugurated" in 2017.
Millennials are being squeezed out of the world's middle class as incomes stagnate and costs rise, according to research by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Private jet company Vista Global agreed to acquire JetSmarter, betting that the value of JetSmarter's technology will outweigh the controversy and lawsuits still dogging the company.
Twitter says it paid co-founder Jack Dorsey a salary last year for the first time since he returned to his post as CEO in 2015.
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MacKenzie Bezos announces on Twitter that she and Jeff Bezos have completed the process of dissolving their marriage.
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Stephen J. Squeri, Chairman and CEO of American Express, said the partnership added more than a million new SkyMiles Credit Card members last year.
The majority of Americans are declining any financial help or advice,even though managing your own finances comes with a high cost.
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The college admissions cheating scandal rocked higher education and dozens of individuals involved in the investigation. Jon Fortt and a panel of experts break down what it means for the future of the admissions process.
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Joshua Haupt is a marijuana millionaire who grew up gardening and started growing cannabis in high school because he used it to treat his epilepsy.
Personal finance journalist Jean Chatzky focuses on helping women take control of their finances.
Warren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, said Thursday that economic growth has lost some steam recently.
As regulators review energy investments in retirement plans, experts weigh in on what that could mean for burgeoning ESG investments.
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