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Household Income Stable in June, Despite Signs of a Fall Household Income Stable in June, Despite Signs of a Fall

New Strategist Press editorial director Cheryl Russell says although household income took a slight fall in June, the decline is not statistically significant. In fact, after adjusting for inflation, it's not really a fall at all. Read more

The Fed Is Closer to Hitting Its Inflation Target Than People Think
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The Fed Is Closer to Hitting Its Inflation Target Than People Think

Economist Tim Duy took a guest turn at Bloomberg/Business to look at what will... Read more

The Top Small Cities For Small Businesses
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The Top Small Cities For Small Businesses

NerdWallet's Jonathan Todd examined 463 cities with populations between 50,000 and... Read more

Is the ‘Gig Economy’ a Thing? Ask Women
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Is the ‘Gig Economy’ a Thing? Ask Women

The Wall Street Journal's Anna Louie Sussman and Josh Zumbrun report that while... Read more

Fifth Third Bank Hits the Road Looking for Boomerang Buyers
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Fifth Third Bank Hits the Road Looking for Boomerang Buyers

If borrowers don't come to the bank, maybe the bank should come to them. Fifth... Read more

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America is Less Wealthy Than it Was 25 Years Ago America is Less Wealthy Than it Was 25 Years Ago

CNN/Money's Tami Luhby looked through Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis data that shows Americans are less wealthy now than they were 25 years ago, with median family wealth dropping 4.8% from 1989 to 2013. Read more

Student Debt isn't Stopping Millennials from Buying
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Student Debt isn't Stopping Millennials from Buying

Student debt isn't holding back millennials who want to enter the housing market,... Read more

Ponzi Scheme or Recession Casualty? Pacific Property Assets Faces Fraud Trial
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Ponzi Scheme or Recession Casualty? Pacific Property Assets Faces Fraud Trial

The Orange County (Calif.) Register staffer Jeff Collins digs into the story of... Read more

America's Most Dangerous Jobs
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America's Most Dangerous Jobs

According to a new report from job listing website CareerCast, animal care workers... Read more

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Tight Inventory Pushes Prices in Dallas, Leading to Fewer Sales Tight Inventory Pushes Prices in Dallas, Leading to Fewer Sales

CNBC's Diana Olick looks at the red-hot Dallas housing market, where prices soared 15% year-over-year in June, to $208,000, while sales declined. Read more

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