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Bidding wars, lack of houses and desperate buyers: How to navigate buying a home this spring

Competition is tough for the limited supply of homes on the market. Here's how to make sure you are positioned to buy a home without busting your budget.

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How to Spot a Disruptor

This week, we’ll be diving into what it really means to be a disruptor as well as how investors can learn to identify disruptive technologies and ideas. Continue reading

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U.S. small business closures are ticking back toward Covid pandemic highs

"It continues to be a very painful time for small businesses," John Stanford, co-executive director of the Small Business Roundtable, told CNBC.

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SEC is scrutinizing SPAC projections, seeks clearer disclosures

An SEC official said Thursday the agency is scrutinizing SPAC disclosures and could issue a future rule to clarify legal duty.

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Gen Z and millennials twice as likely to delay a financial milestone during Covid

As many as 57% of those aged 18 to 40 said that they'd put off a major milestone due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a March survey from Bankrate.

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The fundamentals and the technicals are aligning for these stocks, Piper Sandler says

The firm's so-called "Alpha Alignment" Index is made up of buy-rated names that Piper Sandler believes are strong companies that are ripe for purchase.

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Blackstone's Byron Wien predicts correction before stock market ends year higher than now

Wall Street will get hit by another correction before the bull run resumes, predicted Byron Wien, vice chairman of Blackstone Private Wealth Solutions.

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With that $1,400 stimulus check, people weigh ‘revenge spending’ to saving and investing

If you are now $1,400 richer, consider this an investment opportunity.

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Biden seeks extra $400 a year in Pell grants for college and to expand aid to Dreamers

President Joe Biden's budget proposal for discretionary federal spending includes an extra $3 billion for Pell grants for the 2022 fiscal year.

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Entertainment venues still waiting for a lifeline as tech glitches snarl Covid relief applications

Music clubs, theaters, promoters and more can access grants of as much as $10 million as part of the Covid relief program.

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Bobbi Brown, Ginni Rometty and other CEOs share their advice for the next generation of women leaders

Young women have plenty of role models. Yet there is still a long way to go to achieve equity in the workplace. Here's what those role models advise.

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Expedia Group debuts online Covid info search for 7 travel brands

Expedia Group is starting COVID-19 Travel Advisor, an online tool that provides information about current travel restrictions, in partnership with Sherpa.

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Ripple Wins Access to SEC Internal Documents on Bitcoin, Ether, and Other Cryptocurrencies

Blockchain News | Shine Li | Apr 7, 2021 Ripple was granted access to the Securities and Exchange Commission’s internal documents pertaining to the agency’s interpretation and views on cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ether. Bitcoin and Ether documents relevant to XRP case In the United States, Bitcoin and Ethereum (ETH) are classified as non-securities


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Tying the knot sometimes means paying more in taxes. Here's when the 'marriage penalty' kicks in

Whether high or low earners, some couples discover their tax bill is bigger after they are married than it would have been if they remained single tax filers.

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