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Real Estate of the Theranos Scandal: Here’s Where Elizabeth Holmes Calls Home
It’s a fascinating time for those who have been following the rise and fall of Theranos, a now-discredited blood-testing startup founded by Elizabeth Holmes. Read More
Chautauqua is the hidden New York vacation town you’ve never heard of
Never heard of Chautauqua? You’re not alone. Read More
Employers are hiring again — but which ones are paying wages that keep up with inflation, and which aren’t?
‘Without sustained rapid wage growth, an inflation spike can’t become a spiral,’ one observer said Read More
Weekend reads: Why investors love stock splits
Also, how to talk about money, plus possible solutions to inflation. Read More
Is a yield curve inversion a foreboding sign for mortgage rates? Does it really signal a recession? Economists weigh in.
The potential recession signal won’t directly impact the interest rates that mortgage borrowers pay. Read More
You can assess the quality of a school in 2 ways — the least popular option is the smarter one
Look at achievement growth, not raw test scores, to see how academic performance changes from one year to the next. Read More
IKEA will pay you to return its old furniture for resale
The IKEA buy back and resell option was launched last year as a pilot and is now available permanently for select items at 37 of its U.S. stores. Read More
The 2022 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivan: This spacious plug-in hybrid performs its duties admirably, including the equivalent of about 82 mpg
Run the kids to school without using gas, but for those occasional road trips, there’s still a V-6 engine, plus a camera to keep an eye on the little ones. Read More
How to avoid tax hassles and delays after you file
The IRS is so understaffed and overwhelmed that even a tiny mistake could delay your refund for months. Read More
EV charging network plans luxury stations
Electrify America plans to build a series of new flagship charging stations designed to ‘elevate the charging experience.’ Read More
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