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U.S. city ranked most congested on Earth for rush-hour traffic
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U.S. city ranked most congested on Earth for rush-hour traffic

February 20th, 2017 | by Contributor
U.S. had half the top-five and was most clogged developed nation; being stuck in traffic cost U.S. drivers $300B last year, study...
Why Kraft Heinz wants to gobble up Unilever
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Why Kraft Heinz wants to gobble up Unilever

February 18th, 2017 | by Contributor
A merger of the two companies would be the largest food industry deal ever. Here are the elements...
Boeing shares flying high as Trump pays a visit
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Boeing shares flying high as Trump pays a visit

February 18th, 2017 | by Contributor
Investors are bullish on aerospace and defense companies amid expectations for tax cuts and increased federal...
The No. 1 thing Americans plan to do with their tax refund
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The No. 1 thing Americans plan to do with their tax refund

February 18th, 2017 | by Contributor
By GOBankingRates/Andrew DePietro The average income tax refund in 2016 was $2,860 — that’s some serious “extra” money you don’t want to leave on the table. To find out how Americans plan to spend...
In case you think tax frauds are going away
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In case you think tax frauds are going away

February 18th, 2017 | by Contributor
The IRS sent out an ominous message late last month telling company human resource and payroll departments to watch out. The agency received reports that a scam, first detected last year, has been revived and potentially could...
Food stamps and sweets: Should they be kept apart?
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Food stamps and sweets: Should they be kept apart?

February 18th, 2017 | by Contributor
The food-stamp program is credited with helping 44 million people in America afford groceries, providing what supporters say is a needed benefit for some of the country’s most vulnerable.  Yet critics of the...