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There's new leadership at the Social Security Administration. Here's why some retirement advocates applaud the move

A leadership switch at the top of the Social Security Administration has some experts hoping that will be good news for beneficiaries.

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Canadian securities regulators release interim progress report on the CSA 2019-2022 Business Plan

CSA | Release | Jul 6, 2021 Montreal – The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) today released its second interim report summarizing progress on initiatives published in its CSA 2019-2022 Business Plan, highlighting notable accomplishments outside of the current Business Plan, and outlining upcoming priority policy work for the next year. “Throughout the pandemic, the CSA maintained


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Goldman CEO David Solomon says China’s crackdown on tech companies will delay many U.S. listings

As head of the premier global Wall Street firm, Solomon will have to navigate the increasingly fraught relationship between China and its tech sector.

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Open Finance data adoption varies by country (but one thing is certain)

McKinsey & Company | By Chandana Asif, Tunde Olanrewaju, Hiro Sayama, and Ahalya Vijayasrinivasan | Jul 11, 2021 If open finance continues to accelerate, it could reshape the global financial services ecosystem, change the very idea of banking, and increase pressure on incumbents. Banks hold a record of much of what we spend, save, and


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TPG's Jim Coulter says Tesla is the AOL of electric vehicles, but won't necessarily end the same way

TPG's Executive Chairman Jim Coulter spoke to Leslie Picker on impact investing and the role of private capital in mitigating climate change risks. 

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Banking the Underbanked

Scott Galloway | Jul 9, 2021 My north star(s) for philosophy, management, and politics are Star Wars, The Sopranos, and Game of Thrones, respectively. The Iron Bank (GoT) is a metaphor for today’s financial institutions, if present-day banks didn’t need bailouts or to invent fake accounts to juice compensation. Regardless, it was well known throughout


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Don’t count on another unemployment benefits tax break. Here's what you need to know

The American Rescue Plan waived federal tax on up to $10,200 of unemployment benefits people collected in 2020. They may not get a tax break this year.

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Post-pandemic, the office will now have a whole new look

As employers make plans to combine remote and on-site work arrangements, many are embracing a shared workstation system.

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Are you prepared for tax impact of the $68 trillion great wealth transfer? Here are some options to reduce the bite

The great wealth transfer is underway, with $68 trillion at stake. These estate-planning strategies may lessen the tax bite, according to financial experts.

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A 4-day workweek is the norm in Iceland. Could the same become true in the U.S.?

Around 85% of workers in Iceland have the option of working just four days a week. Jack Kellam, who's researched the system, talks about how it's going.

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Imax CEO says partner AMC’s stock surge has helped his business as well

"AMC is our partner, not our competitor," Imax CEO Richard Gelfond told CNBC on Monday "Their liquidity is good for us."

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NASA chief says Richard Branson's flight was a great milestone in human space exploration

"We put up Alan Shepard and Gus Grissom into suborbit 60 years ago, and now we've come to this," NASA Administrator Bill Nelson told CNBC on Monday.

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College plans rebound although cost remains a top concern, survey finds

As the economy bounces back from the pandemic, most parents say their child’s college plans have returned to what they were pre-Covid.

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Allyson Felix strives for Olympic gold and equality for mothers — 'There is still a really long way to go'

Olympic runner Allyson Felix tells CNBC what drives her to be an advocate for mother athletes and why child care is so important for them.

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Cryptocurrency trading volume plunges as interest wanes following bitcoin price drop

Virtual currencies are in a summer slump as they navigate a two-month correction period following a string of negative stories.

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