Month: August 2021

The pandemic has put college affordability and student debt in the spotlight. As the economy continues to recover from Covid, the price of higher education is now the biggest financial consideration among college-age Americans and their parents. At the same time, the cost a four-year college or university has never been higher. Tuition and fees, alone, reached
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Mukesh and Anil Ambani inherited their father’s fortune. But while Mukesh’s wealth made him India’s richest man, his brother’s net worth tumbled to less than $2B. The story of their diverging fortunes is steeped in a family feud that has captivated India for over a decade. #India #Asia #QTProfiles ——– Like this video? Subscribe to
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A dicey situation reminiscent of the dot-com bubble may be unfolding on Wall Street. According to BTIG’s Julian Emanuel, the market’s record price action is mimicking late 1999, and it could spark a 10% to 20% correction within the next month. “Be very much aware of the fact that if and when it reverses, the
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In this article ZM Zoom CEO Eric Yuan speaks before the Nasdaq opening bell ceremony in New York on April 18, 2019. Kena Betancur | Getty Images Zoom shares fell as much as 10% in extended trading on Monday after the video-calling software maker reported fiscal second-quarter earnings that beat analysts’ expectations, but showed slowing
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In this article T DIS CMCSA VIAC Yahya Abdul-Mateen II stars as Anthony McCoy in “Candyman.” Universal Pictures Movie after movie, Hollywood’s recent blockbusters have struggled to bounce back to 2019-level ticket sales. But “Candyman” once again proved what a profit driver the horror genre is. Over the weekend, the Universal Pictures film’s debut tallied
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House speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., at a rally organized by the “Paid Leave for All” cross-country bus tour on Aug., 2021 in Washington, D.C. Anna Moneymaker | Getty Images News | Getty Images Earlier this month, Paid Leave for All wrapped up a two-week nationwide campaign tour that included 10 states and 14 stops. The
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Prostock-Studio | iStock | Getty Images If you get your health insurance through the public marketplace and are nearing age 65, don’t forget about Medicare. The general rule is that you must enroll when you reach that age unless you have qualifying coverage elsewhere — and plans through the exchanges (whether federal or state) do
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