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Money Matters

Social security: How to know when it's right for you


Three mistakes to avoid when filing your taxes


Talks of US-China trade deal impacting the market


Managing sudden wealth: What not to do with your money


How to know when you're ready to retire


What investors need to know about the trade wars


Facebook reports profit, revenue boost; stock rises


Here's what is driving the economy


How to find, retain and recruit top talent


How the partial government shutdown is impacting the markets


Be your own boss; tips for becoming an entrepreneur


Why January will be rough on Wall Street


How to know if you’re ready to retire


A 529 plan isn't your only option for saving for college


Five tips for paying Uncle Sam fewer tax dollars


Feds indicate another rate hike as economy keeps growing


Can brick & mortar stores survive the ever-growing online shopping craze?


Five ways to make sure you don't retire broke


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The maker of Miller Lite says its rival's ads are "misleading" and "fearmongering over a common beer ingredient"
The medicine was sold at Dollar General stories nationwide
Former Amazon employee claims he was illegally fired for speaking out about alleged poor working conditions
The robocall epidemic is so big that even the chief executive of AT&T can't escape the unsolicited phone calls
Hill's Pet Nutrition adds several Science Diet and Prescription Diet varieties of canned food that could be deadly
Biotech halts late-stage trials of experimental treatment, saying it's unlikely to help those with the brain disease
But given the entrenched competition from the likes of Netflix, it'll have plenty to overcome before it's a star
Social media giant said it will notify "hundreds of millions" of users of the potential data breach
Wall Street's market value for company behind 166-year-old jeans brand and Dockers and Denizen names is $8.7 billion
With the Fed taking further rate hikes off the table for a while, borrowers, homebuyers and investors stand to gain