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Warren Buffett giving away another $2.9 billion, bringing total donations since 2006 to $37 billion

This year, the "Oracle of Omaha" is distributing 15.9 million class B shares of Berkshire Hathaway valued at about $2.9 billion.

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Goldman warns delayed election results this November similar to Bush-Gore could rock the market

Goldman Sachs is warning that the upcoming presidential election could see delayed results.

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Here's what visiting a theme park is like in the age of Covid-19

Six Flags Great Adventure & Safari is one of 11 theme parks the entertainment giant has opened at limited capacities across the U.S. CNBC spent the day there on July 3. Here's what it's like to visit an amusement park amid anti-coronavirus health and safety protocols.

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These 7 freelance jobs pay more than $18 an hour — and you can do them remotely

People who need extra money can turn to flex, remote jobs, and some pay over $18 an hour.

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Out of work? Here's what you need to know about getting health insurance

The pandemic has led to millions of Americans losing their jobs and their health insurance. Here's what to do about the latter.

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You may soon lose unemployment benefits — and that extra $600 a week — if you're not hunting for jobs

States like Arkansas, Missouri and Nebraska are reinstating a requirement to look for work as a condition of collecting unemployment benefits.

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Can't pay your taxes? Don't panic — here's what to do

There are various options available to you if you can't pay your taxes come July 15.

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These moves money will help you thrive in a recession

The coronavirus pandemic has ushered in an sharp economic downturn. But that doesn't mean your personal finances also have to suffer a sudden drop. These steps can help you shore up your balances and prepare for the unexpected.

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Harvard, MIT sue Trump administration over rule barring international students

Harvard and MIT filed a joint lawsuit Wednesday against Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Department of Homeland Security over a new policy that could strip visas from international students.

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June business spending showed slight improvement from May with bigger gains in some areas

June business spending improved over May, particularly in areas of the economy that would benefit from the reopening economy.

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Apple Maps driving activity is slowing again in warning sign for the economy

As coronavirus cases surge across the United States, data from navigation app Apple Maps shows a slowdown in requests for driving directions.

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FFCON20 DIGITAL Attendees to Receive Exclusive Digital Icon and Early Access to Liquid Avatar

NCFA and FFCON20 | Release | July 8, 2020 TORONTO — July 8, 2020 — The National Crowdfunding & Fintech Association (NCFA), Toronto Finance International (TFI), and partners are pleased to announce that together with their sponsor, KABN Systems North America Inc. (“KABN”), attendees of FFCON20 DIGITAL, taking place from July 9 through August 27

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'Medigap' insurance covers some Medicare costs. How to choose a plan that's right for you

Even though Medigap policies are standardized across most states regardless of which insurance company offers them, there can be big cost differences in premiums from insurer to insurer and among locations. Here are some tips for choosing one that's right for you.

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Covid-19 hit July 4th travel harder in some states, study finds

Travel during the July 4 weekend was busier than predicted, but states' Covid-19 infection rates impacted whether they saw increases or decreases in activity over the Independence Day holiday.

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These money moves will help you thrive in a recession

The coronavirus pandemic has ushered in an sharp economic downturn. But that doesn't mean your personal finances also have to suffer a sudden drop. These steps can help you shore up your balances and prepare for the unexpected.

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