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  • “You may think you have a free ride from this college, when in reality you have a ridiculous amount of loans.” “You may think you have a free ride from this college, when in reality you have a ridiculous amount of loans,” he said. Some colleges use those to offset loans, while others will first use them to offset grant aid from the college. “Look at [college cost] from a four-year perspective rather than a one-year perspective,” Fudge said. 4) Ask for more helpIf your financial situation has cha
    Free ride? Ha. Don't get taken for a ride with financial aid offers

  • Honeywell International reported better-than-expected first-quarter profit Friday, which was boosted by stronger sales in its aerospace and energy businesses, sending its stock up. The economic bellwether said sales in its aerospace business, Honeywell’s largest segment, fell 4.3 percent to $3.55 billion during the quarter. “Our diversified portfolio, coupled with the investments we’ve made over the past several years, drove our excellent performance in the first quarter,” Honeywell’s CEO, Dariu
    Honeywell profit boosted by aerospace, energy sales; shares rise

  • Gaming websites could be spawning a new breed of cybercriminals, according to new research which claims that young people are being indoctrinated into hacking crimes via free and easily-accessible internet pages. Readily-available step-by-step tutorials for Remote Access Trojan (RAT) malware programs and distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks are also making the skills barrier into cybercrime lower than it has ever been, the NCA suggests. However, this also presents an opportunity to diver
    How free hacking tools on the web could be leading kids into cybercrime

  • Trump campaigned for president on the promise of building the wall and sticking Mexico with the tab. Mulvaney said the White House delivered an offer to negotiators Wednesday night, with funding for the border wall a top demand. In spite of Trump’s promise, the cost of a border wall, expected to exceed $20 billion, would likely be borne by taxpayers. Democrats have taken a hard line against any money for the border wall and insist that the measure include the “Obamacare” payments to insurance co
    Trump's budget chief says money for border wall a must

  • In this deal, Silver Oak will take over Ovid’s 70 sought-after acres of vineyard land in California. “There have been a few waves in the M&A space,” Duncan told CNBC in an interview. Since the 2008 Great Recession, the value of vineyard land has climbed significantly, making it particularly lucrative for owners to begin to ‘sell out,'” Eric Schmidt of Beverage Marketing Corporation told CNBC in an interview. “Millennials are more [about] discovery, looking for new things,” Schmidt told CNBC. Win
    Napa 'cult darling' snatched up for $50 million as vineyard deals heat up

  • Reporters found that Trump’s companies are sitting on at least $250 million of individual properties in the USA alone. Trump has never disclosed a complete, unit-by-unit inventory of his companies’ real estate holdings or sales, nor is he required to do so by federal law. Since Election Day, records show Trump companies have sold at least 14 luxury condos and home-building lots for about $23 million. Buyers and renters of Trump properties include companies or individuals tracing to addresses in
    Trump condos worth $250 million pose potential conflict

  • When Chris Reining became disillusioned with the 9-to-5 grind, he realized he had another option. “I took a step back and noticed I was working, getting money, and spending money,” he writes on his blog. “But what if instead, I was working to save, and saving to invest, so I could stop working?” Reining, who is based in Madison, Wisc., decided to buckle down and set the goal of building a $1 million portfolio by age 35. The now 38-year-old did just that, thanks to smart saving and investing habi
    38-year-old retired millionaire explains how reaching seven figures can be a 'letdown'

  • For 35 years, Gregory D. Wasson worked at Walgreens, eventually presiding over some of the drugstore chain’s biggest deals as its chief executive. Mr. Wasson’s family investment office and a team of entrepreneurs have a new project, Innventure, which aims to develop businesses around new technologies lent by big corporations. Mr. Wasson will serve as chairman and Mr. Otworth as chief executive. It is the latest career turn for Mr. Wasson, who left Walgreens in 2014 after the company finished its
    Ex-Walgreens chief starts venture to commercialize new technologies

  • Mattel’s CEO Margo Georgiadis said during an earnings conference call Thursday that the overhang is largely behind the company. The toy company posted a loss of 32 cents per share, excluding items. That was worse than the expected loss of 17 cents per share, according to a consensus of analysts polled by Thomson Reuters. Mattel reported net revenue of $736 million for the quarter, below estimates for $801 million. A year ago, Mattel had a loss of 13 cents a share and revenue of $869.4 million.
    Mattel's shares sink as the Street loses confidence in its turnaround

  • Headphone maker Bose says it will fight a lawsuit claiming its app collects user data and shares it with third parties without their permission. In a statement, Bose calls the allegations “inflammatory” and “misleading,” denying the companion Connect app collects and shares information on users’ music and audio choices. “We don’t wiretap your communications, we don’t sell your information, and we don’t use anything we collect to identify you – or anyone else – by name,” read an excerpt of Bose’s
    Bose: 'We don’t wiretap your communications'

  • But these days, this dot on a map in southwestern Oregon is generating big-city buzz for an unlikely reason: Almost the entire town is for sale. Tiller Elementary School, a six-classroom building that closed in 2014, is for sale separately for $350,000. Then the Tiller Elementary School closed and was up for sale, as well as a small market, and the man’s estate bought those too — and the potential became clear. Some have a sense of humor: A small, weathered sign affixed to the defunct market rea
    Buyer wanted: Tiny Oregon town for sale

  • Republicans will move on to tax reform in the event of another health bill failure, health-care analyst Kim Monk said Friday. “I would say even if repeal and replace crashes and burns, they will be able to pivot to tax reform at some point,” Monk, an analyst at Capital Alpha Partners, said on “Squawk Box.” Monk told CNBC the GOP’s attempt at reforming health care is “possible,” but not “probable.” “More immediately on health care, they’ll have to deal with the Obamacare subsidies, CSRs. On Thurs
    Even if health bill 'crashes and burns,' GOP will pivot to tax reform

  • The need for autonomy grows beyond the first 90 days on the job. Because workplace autonomy is a big job requirement for millennial workers, their relationship to their supervisors — what they want from their boss and how often — can be a little complex. “A boss just often wants a job to be done, not a person to mold.” At the top of the millennial wish list when it comes to what they value most in their manager is a boss who is “trustworthy.” Alex Hanse has experience as both a millennial busine
    The No. 1 millennial need from a new job, and new boss

  • And presidents aren’t the only ones who are expected to make a noteworthy impact during their first one hundred days. Clearly, President Trump didn’t take the time when he was President-elect to bone up on his understanding of America’s health-care system. When you start a job, you’re afforded a grace period too. Look for early winsTrump has had few early wins, besides appointing Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Early wins will drive you towards the break-even point.
    Trump's first 100 days mess-commentary

  • Short raised her price target for Costco to $185 from $170, representing 9 percent upside from Thursday’s close. The analyst cited how food and groceries represent 57 percent of Costco’s sales. The firm surveyed 600 consumers and found more than 80 percent of the retailer’s customers “specifically” shop at Costco for its food and grocery offerings. Short also predicts the retailer’s sales results will improve going forward due to easier comparisons, better profits from its 2016 Visa credit card
    Here's why Costco may be the one company Amazon can't destroy

  • For men in the top 40 percent of the income distribution, that amounts to seven or eight extra years of life. Richer people received more Social Security benefits, but that was offset by higher Medicaid and disability insurance payouts to lower-income people. Raising the earliest age at which one can claim Social Security benefits from 62 to 64, similarly, ends up being regressive. Interestingly, the team also finds that raising the so-called “normal retirement age” by three years, from 67 to 70
    Growing life span inequality has given the rich an extra $130,000 in government benefits

  • Warren Buffett’s grandson, the former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Prince of Monaco all have a shared interest in KDC Ag, a small but growing start-up in New Jersey that turns food waste into fertilizer. They agree that food waste is a massive and expensive problem. Meanwhile, 15.8 million U.S. households (12.7 percent) were food insecure at some point during 2015, according to the most recent data available from USDA Economic Research Service. And, at the same time, t
    The US wastes 62 million tons of food a year—this Howard Buffett-backed start-up has a solution

  • McDonald’s shares hit an all-time high in Friday trading, and some strategists foresee more upside for the stock ahead of its earnings release next week. Erin Gibbs, equity chief investment officer at S&P Global, says the fundamentals are now lining up nicely for the stock. And the stock offers one of the highest dividend yields in the consumer discretionary sector — nearly 3 percent. While revenue is expected to decline over the next three years, margins are projected to increase, leading to hi
    This Dow stock just hit all-time highs—and traders see more gains ahead

  • To get closer to Fidelity’s recommendation of having eight times your salary saved by 60, follow these four steps so your money can grow over time:1. Most experts recommend setting aside 10 percent or more in a tax-advantaged retirement savings account, such as a 401(k) plan. Have your employer do a payroll deduction or have your money taken out of your checking account and sent straight to your retirement account. It’s smart to consider alternate retirement savings accounts, such as a Roth IRA,
    Here's how much the average family in their 50s has saved for retirement

  • Led by conservative decision makers and driven by competitive energy markets, Texas’s carbon dioxide emissions will fall 28 percent below 2005 levels between 2016 and 2035. Moving forward, the U.S. needs to capture the competitive opportunities of the clean energy economy, as we have done in Texas. We must remember that clean energy is about more than just electricity generation. The U.S. needs a new blueprint to inform, inspire, and advance a more balanced, affordable, and sustainable clean ene
    Earth Day 2017: What Texas can teach US about green energy-commentary


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