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The worst jobs in America Americans are increasingly miserable in their jobs. Stacker has looked at data from PayScale and the Bureau of Labor Statistics to determine the 50 worst jobs in the United States.
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McDonald's stock is a bit of a gamble ahead of earnings Down less than 6% from its highs, investors have to decide if McDonald's stock is worth chasing ahead of earnings.
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Accounting principles for small business owners Accounting tips for small business
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What viral budgets reveal about the rich Income inequality and geographic inequality normalize absurd spending patterns.
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Behind Ken Fisher's ads, a hardball culture reels in billions The cold calls go out, hundreds a day, from a dank basement in the redwood hills south of San Francisco.
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Oil prices fall as concerns about global demand grow <p>Oil prices fell Monday as concerns about economic growth combined with signs of ample global supplies pressured prices, outweighing bullish signals from Europe, where fears of an economically damaging no-deal Brexit have eased.</p>
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Amazon shipping expired food, putting brands at risk Amazon's marketplace has become home to millions of sellers, making it hard for the company to prevent the sale of expired food.
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Bank of America joins brokerage wars with unlimited free trades for preferred members Bank of America's move solidifies the race to zero in the retail trading world.
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Ford botches Explorer launch, putting CEO back on hot seat Ford Motor Co.s Jim Hackett and Wall Street analysts started this year frustrated with one another. Sure, the automaker had been underperforming, but the chief executive appealed for time to show he was fixing things. He assured them the redesigned Explor
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How the national debt hits your wallet every day You might want to adjust your spending and investments.
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