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Favorite Cars for Young Executives

“Image is everything.” Tennis superstar Andre Agassi first told us that in 1989 when he was repping Canon cameras. Since then, we have evolved, albeit not completely. Image isn’t everything, but neither is it nothing. In the new economy young executives know they must be excellent at what they do, as well as give off […]

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China Carmakers Plan to Dominate U.S. Auto Industry

In Amsterdam last spring car enthusiasts walked into a warehouse. They sipped rhubarb cocktails. The snacks and libations were provided by Lynk & Co., which hosted the party to show off their new SUV hybrid. We’ll get to the car’s name in a minute, but this was really more than the rollout of a new […]

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Richest Celebrities in the World

The world’s richest 100 celebrities hauled in $6.3 billion over the past 12 months. That’s up 22% over the 2016 total. Eleven superstars cleared $100 million. Man! One hundred million dollars in a year and you’re not even guaranteed the Top Ten? What is the world coming to? Who are they, and how did they […]

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Where the Richest Americans Live

The richest Americans do not necessarily own the largest homes or the land with the most acreage. However, there’s something wealthy people know to be the most important prerequisite for a fantastic home. It’s “location, location, location” and the following locations are where the largest number of the richest Americans live. Beverly Hills The infamous […]

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Where the Super-Rich Vacation

You can’t put a price on spending quality time with your nearest and dearest. While the rest of the world is crying about finances, you’re thinking about making the most of vacation time. Getting away from it all can be difficult, but not if you have your own private island or you are able to […]

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Quit Your Job for the Right Reasons

You plugged your ears and said “Lalalalala,” when the voices started in again. In your mind, you rationalized and told yourself that you sounded ungrateful. “You can’t leave, because things could get better?” But, nothing worked. Eventually, the roar within became unbearable, and you had to change jobs. Does this sound like you? If so, here […]

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Adobe #1 Company for College Grads

“What are the hours?” “How much are you paying?” Sure, there were other, fringe-y type questions asked, but for most Baby Boomers those were the most important questions asked of a prospective employer. If you asked other questions, about vacation time the prospective employer would narrow his (it was almost always “his” back then) believing […]

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