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Your ultimate guide to trading terms | How to Invest: Ep. 7

Trading happens when stocks, bonds, or other investments are bought and sold. But what most people are surprised to learn is that there's a world o...

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What to know about fees in investing | How to Invest: Ep. 6

Fees can cut a hole in your investment money bags, making your hard-earned cash leak out over time. Here's what you need to know to understand the ...

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As CDC reverses its mask guidance, Apple, Costco, Walmart and others have some soul searching to do

The agency now recommends that people, regardless of vaccination status, wear face masks indoors again in certain situations.

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Nikola electric-truck prototypes were powered by hidden wall sockets, towed into position and rolled down hills, prosecutors say

Prosecutors said the prototypes didn’t function and were Frankenstein monsters cobbled together from parts from other vehicles.

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Danny Meyer is the latest restaurant owner to tell customers, ‘No vax, no service’

As COVID cases increase, establishments are requiring customers to prove they're fully vaccinated, and they're running into protests in the process

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Biden wants local, state governments to pay newly vaccinated people $100 each

Meanwhile, a tax incentive for small business to help America's vaccination effort just got sweeter

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Behold, a different kind of student-debt cancellation

The government gave colleges the flexibility to use relief funds to wipe away student balances. The schools took up the offer immediately.

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Why many people who make over $100,000 will likely continue to work from home

As the economy continues to reopen and recover from the coronavirus pandemic, the debate over remote work vs. in-office work continues. But new dat...

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Many jobs lost during the pandemic just aren’t coming back

Job openings are at a record high, leaving the impression that employers are hiring like never before. But many businesses that laid off workers du...