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Biggest Malls in America

Americans love to shop. Four-fifths of the U.S. economy is made up of consumers buying stuff. Despite the massive growth in online purchases, rather than traveling to multiple locations, many still shop at their local malls. Across the U. S. the biggest malls in America are waging a war against online retailers to retain consumers […]

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5 Ways to Make Money from Home

If you are looking for ways to make money from home, you might consider jobs that are nontraditional and fun. It has never been easier to share good business opportunities with customers online. Make the most out of technological advances with these five ways to make extra money from home. Tutor students. If you are […]

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Adobe Has Everything to Lose on Thursday’s Earnings

Most tech companies have floundered as a result of the market crash, but Adobe Inc. has proven itself to be resistant to large market headwinds and negative investor sentiment. While the positive trajectory of its share price was interrupted by October and November’s correction, the stock is still trading up around 28 percent for the […]

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Holiday Shopping on a Fixed Budget

As the holidays approach, consumers are increasingly taking advantage of layaway plans and other perks offered by retailers. But a large number are dreading the holidays because of financial constraints. It’s more difficult for them to maintain their own lifestyles, let alone shop for the holidays. But there is hope for those who are holiday […]

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November Job Growth Doesn’t Match Expectations

The November Jobs report is showing growth but falling short of Wall Street expectations. Nonfarm payrolls posted an increase of 155,000 in November while economists had anticipated growth of 198,000. Similarly, wage growth clocked in at 0.2 percent, while an increase of 0.3 percent was anticipated. On average the United States has seen job growth […]

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President Trump Stock Market Dump

Coming into this week, both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 are now officially trading negative for 2018 and year-over-year. The ongoing trade war is largely to blame as well as the“longest bull market in American history” seemingly coming to a head. The stock market crash is real and is overwhelming investors for […]

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20-Somethings Shaking Up Retail

It probably started when the children of the first generation confounded their parents. Mom and Dad looked across the breakfast rock and said, “What is the matter with you, Grog?” For his part, Grog’s eyes glazed over because Mom and Dad were both out to lunch and out of touch. He couldn’t wait to move […]

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