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Nicole Richie and Joel Madden Reportedly Buy Beverly Hills Mansion for $10.2M
Nicole Richie and her husband, Joel Madden, have purchased a swanky Beverly Hills estate for $10.15 million, Dirt reported. Read More
9/11 changed air travel forever — will COVID-19 do the same?
The terrorist attacks on 9/11 quickly led to enhanced security procedures, and the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic could create similar long-lasting changes. Read More
Will Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate for large companies have legal ramifications?
Biden’ plan suggests weekly testing for employees at large companies who choose not get a COVID-19 vaccine. Read More
Amazon is the front-runner to acquire NFL Sunday Ticket package: report
Amazon is already set to be the exclusive host of Thursday Night Football in 2022, but could be seeking more NFL broadcast rights. Read More
Weekend reads: How to be a better investor
Also, a safer way to invest in bitcoin, energy prices and stocks and signs that may point to eventual spinoffs by Amazon.com. Read More
My wife is a compulsive spender and makes 65% of my salary. She wants me to pay her student loans
‘She has said that I make more, so I should cover the extras, and yet my monthly expenses are far less than hers.’ Read More
Do income share agreements help people pay for college — or are they loans that help providers evade regulation?
Debate has raged for years over whether income share agreements are loans. Read More
While the hard-seltzer category sees declines, Bud Light launches pumpkin spice and toasted marshmallow varieties
The brand has rolled out an autumn-themed variety pack. Read More
This trader survived the toxic smoke cloud on 9/11 only to be diagnosed with aggressive bladder cancer. His medical bill? $2,600
‘My surgeon told me, “Thank God you were standing up for yourself to keep going and not take no for an answer”‘ Read More
Mazda’s new EV has a nice price but limited range
The handsome MX-30 has a long equipment list and a low price, but for now it’s only available in California, and goes 100 miles on a charge. Read More
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