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Could this be the end of Sears and Kmart? Parent company raises red flag.

Once a hallmark of the post-World War II consumer boom, Sears hasn't turned a profit since 2011.

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How millennials can learn from boomers' retirement planning mistakes

On average, the baby boomer generation is significantly under-saved for retirement. It’s not too late for millennials to change way we think about retirement so we can avoid making the same mistakes that our parents’ generation did.

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Are you a speed shopper or browser? New Target stores to accommodate both (+video)

Years after the start of the e-commerce revolution, American shoppers don't just want web options – they want it all online and in stores, and all at the same time. Retail giants are racing to keep up.

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Progress for women on the Forbes list: meaningful change, or just a fluke?

More women than ever before are appearing on Forbes' list of billionaires, but their numbers are still far below those of the men on the list.

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Why Bay Area startup Zapier offers employees $10,000 to 'delocate'

Remote work is an increasingly popular way for employees to find work-life balance while paying their bills. But some advocates push for more complete policy solutions.

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US bans electronics on some inbound flights from Mideast, Turkey, Africa

Beginning Tuesday, the US government is temporarily barring passengers on certain flights originating from Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates.

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Uber president steps down as company turmoil intensifies (+video)

Only six months after taking the job, Jeff Jones has stepped down as president of the embattled ride-hailing company, Uber confirmed Sunday.

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A new way of looking at food castaways

Instead of cherry-picking through only the parts that are 'good,' consider choosing as much of the whole, intact produce, as can be found, as close to how it is found in nature as possible, writes a food advocate.

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To boost its economy, Tennessee is creating more college grads

Job opportunities in many parts of Tennessee are plentiful, but too many residents don't have the skills to fill them. Now leaders are trying to smooth the path to higher education and to a better-trained work force.

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This is what happens when the Chevy Volt runs out of both gas and battery power

A Volt owner wanted to find out what happens when all power in the car is depleted. He found out that it's hard to get stuck without power when driving the Volt.

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Timeless investing advice from Wall Street's woman pioneer

Fifty years ago, Muriel 'Mickie' Siebert became the first woman to buy a seat on the New York Stock Exchange. Whether you’re learning how to buy stocks or are a seasoned investing veteran, her advice still resonates

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Tax implications of medical saving and spending accounts

Here are the tax implications and advantages of medical flexible spending arrangements and health savings accounts.

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How Australian family farm partnered with Aboriginals to harvest salt from sacred land

In Western Victoria, a local, family-run farm and an organization representing traditional landowners in the region, have collaborated to hand harvest a small amount of salt from Pink Lake.

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Disney's $3.8 million labor violation: Costumes push paychecks below minimum wage

'Wage thefts' like these 'are not uncommon and are found in other industries, as well,' says the US Labor Department's Daniel White.

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Reading between the lines of Trump's speech to Detroit auto industry

Trump appeared this week with Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, General Motors CEO Mary Barra, and many other auto-industry executives at the American Center for Mobility in Ypsilanti, Mich. Here's what he did and didn't say about auto emissions rules.

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Which is a better investment: Roth IRA or a traditional IRA?

A new analysis reveals that savers who make the maximum IRA contribution each year will always net more after-tax retirement dollars with a Roth IRA than they will with a traditional IRA, regardless of their current and future tax rates.

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Canada Goose IPO surged on first day. But how long does fashion stay trendy on Wall Street?

Despite fierce protests from animal-rights activists over the use of fur and feather fillings in the jackets, Canada Goose has held on to its popularity. 

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Tesla engineer accuses automaker of widespread discrimination against women

In a lawsuit filed last year, AJ Vandermeyden alleged, among other things, that Tesla ignored complaints of 'pervasive harassment' of female employees and paid her less than men doing the same work.

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Why a US Court of Appeals thinks this comma is worth millions

Did a US Court of Appeals accidentally settle a long-raging grammatical debate? 

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When to book the cheapest flights for holiday travel

While you can always snag solid last-minute travel deals, when you're booking airfare your best chance to save comes from buying early – but not too early.

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