Aerial panorama of Jersey City skyline at sunset. Getty Here’s the latest on the country’s most expensive ZIP codes for apartment renters according to ApartmentGuide.Com. ApartmentGuide.com looks at multi-family buildings with 50 units or more to scope out where the priciest neighborhoods are. Brian Carberry, Managing Director of ApartmentGuide found few surprises. ”I think on this
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer previews next week’s earnings reports from companies such as Target, Kohl’s and Foot Locker. The “Mad Money” host also chats with LivePerson CEO Robert LoCascio, who discusses how artificial intelligence has changed the way customers interact with companies. Later in the show he explains why both Wells Fargo and Walmart are worth buying. 
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At America’s first Rolliefest, the rules are clear: Don’t reveal the location of the event on social media until it’s over. Last month, 110 watch collectors from 13 countries filed past armed guards at the Lotte New York Palace hotel in midtown Manhattan. There, some of the world’s most prominent watch collectors were gathered in
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By Daniel Newman and Olivier Blanchard, Next Avenue Contributors Getty (There have been many scary stories lately about how robots and artificial intelligence will increasingly replace human jobs in the coming years. So, you may be nervous about what the future holds for you and your career. In this excerpt from their new book Human/Machine:
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We’ve got emotions and we’ve got reasoning. Guess which we use to make financial decisions? Mostly it’s our emotional brain, says Brad Klontz, author of “Mind Over Money” and co-founder of the Financial Psychology Institute. gilaxia | E+ | Getty Images A financial therapist, Klontz understands what motivates people to make personal money choices. He
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Businessman holding tablet and showing a growing virtual hologram of statistics, graph and chart … [+] with arrow up on dark background. Stock market. Business growth, planing and strategy concept. Getty Over 25 years after William P. Bengen published what he referred to as the SAFEMAX rate in the October 1994 issue of the Journal of
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Each year, the IRS announces changes to retirement plan contributions for 401(k) plans, individual retirement accounts and more. If you’re in the process of saving for retirement, it is essential to know the current contribution limits and take maximum advantage of them, if possible. The most notable changes for the coming year apply to 401(k)
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Exterior of Starbucks Reserve Roastery located on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile. Courtesy of Starbucks Chicago, Ill.– Today marks the public unveiling of the largest Starbucks brick-and mortar in the world, the Chicago Starbucks Reserve Roastery (646 N. Michigan Ave.), a five-floor, 35,000-square-foot “retail experience.” The Chicago Reserve Roastery features three main coffee bars, which will offer
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