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  • Small Businesses’ Big Message For The Markets – Investment Watch

    by jessefelder Back in December, I wrote, “Considering the fact that the majority of investors are still betting on a transitory outcome, there could be some fireworks in the asset markets should they eventually be forced into an inflationary epiphany. Furthermore, what may exacerbate those fireworks, particularly in the stock market, is an earnings recession amid the […] More

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  • Why Biotech Will Have a $3 Trillion Impact

    Technology is unique in that it can, for lack of a better term, cheat. Tech can use discoveries from another field to push itself forward. A great example is the automotive industry. It took the idea of lithium-ion batteries from small smart devices and applied it to electric vehicles (EVs). That boosted the entire EV […] More

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  • Roku’s Ad Arsenal & Great Stuff Gets Personal

    Fade In To You Great Ones, I want to hold the hand inside you. I want to trade the stock that’s true. I look to you and I see you trading Great Stuff Picks. I look to you and see the truth. Dude, Mazzy Star on a Friday? How depressing. But if you’re saying what […] More

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  • Trader Joe’s Workers Unionize A Second Store With Minneapolis Victory

    Trader Joe’s Workers Unionize A Second Store With Minneapolis Victory

    It was a little more than two weeks ago that an upstart labor campaign, Trader Joe’s United, won an election in Massachusetts to form the grocery chain’s first union. But the independent group of Trader Joe’s employees has already proven that the victory was no fluke. The union prevailed in its second election on Friday […] More

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  • Save money on back-to-school shopping with these five apps

    Students prepare to don fresh gear for the coming school year.

    It’s not only the students bemoaning the start of back-to-school season – it’s their parents, too. Well, at least financially. A 2022 Deloitte Back-to-School Survey found 57% of back-to-school shoppers are concerned about a surge in spending, with expectations it will reach a new high of $661 per student. This is an increase of $53, or […] More

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  • Will the Inflation Reduction Act save you money on your energy bills?

    Will the Inflation Reduction Act save you money on your energy bills?

    The Inflation Reduction Act will lower annual emissions and save households hundreds of dollars a year in annual energy costs, according to a report from a Princeton University’s Zero Lab. The report estimates the Inflation Reduction Act will lower annual U.S. energy expenditures by a minimum of 4% by 2030, which the group said would […] More

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  • Unplug These Appliances and Watch Your Electric Bill Drop

    Unplug These Appliances and Watch Your Electric Bill Drop

    This story is part of Home Tips, CNET’s collection of practical advice for getting the most out of your home, inside and out. Your household appliances can actually gobble up power even when they’re not in use. From your laptop charger to your printer, many common devices still run certain functions when plugged in, adding needless costs […] More

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