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Nytimes.com | 19. 01. 2022 | Economy

With Omicron complicating Broadway’s return, Gov. Kathy Hochul proposed more assistance for commercial theater, which her budget director called “critical for the economy.”

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Nytimes.com | 19. 01. 2022 | Economy

There’s more money and more bubbly behavior. Investors insist it’s rational.

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

These hot button topics will continue to shape the way board’s function and evolve in 2022. Boards must prepare to evaluate and potentially reshape their approach as the boardroom continues to modernize.

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

The ‘Friends Talk Money’ podcast hosts share their favorites on personal finance, investing, paying for college and more

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

My husband just went through this, and here are steps that turned things around

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

If you’re preparing for divorce negotiations, it’s important to educate yourself about your financial options to ensure nothing is overlooked and you are getting the best possible settlement.

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

The January Effect: is this 80-year-old hypothesis a thing of the past – or is it something you should prepare for?

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

A dream grows in Brooklyn for this chef and business owner

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

While public companies have received criticism on their lack of board room diversity, private equity, through its investments, controls thousands of board seats. Yet much less is known about governance and board composition of the companies they control.

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

Today organizations representing professionals in the tax industry sent a letter to IRS Commissioner, Charles Rettig, and the Department of Treasury’s Assistant Director for Tax Policy, Lily Batchelder, requesting specific relief for taxpayers for the 2022 tax season.

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

It would appear that retailers booked a robust 2021 holiday season, except that the new year brings with it an old problem that’s gotten worse—.

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

An overview of Cathie Wood and Sarah Ketterer's top common holdings

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

The Fed can do little to solve the supply chain problems that are pushing up inflation. If they fight the wrong battle, the Fed may end up slowing the economy too much and bringing the 10-year stock market rally to an end.

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

The opportunity to better engage customers with art, collectibles, swag, coupons, rewards, and financial products has broadened the base of social inclusion in crypto through NFTs with many new products and investments just around the corner and poised to superscale in Web3.

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

TIPS beat straight bonds last year. Does that make them a better investment?

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

Wall Street giant Fidelity has said other countries and even a central bank could follow El Salvador and Tesla into bitcoin this year...

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

Inflation has been with us about as long as money has existed. For 2022, it appears inflation has come to the party. Whether this is ‘sticky’ or ‘slippery’ (or both) remains to be seen. In either case, we should consider these 5 (and a bonus) defensive tactics.

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

Will your student loans get cancelled this year?

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

These days, everyone’s in a tizzy about rising interest rates.

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

Productivity - the most important driver of growth, is wilting, despite technological advances. Will the rise of inflation and new ways of working kill it off?

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

If ServiceNow raises its revenue growth guidance above 25% on January 26, its stock could soar

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

Anyone who owns bonds is probably thinking about it seriously at this point.

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

Student loans are paused, but student loan cancellation may never happen.

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

The Fed says the economy is strong and has signaled several rate hikes beginning in March. Unfortunately, the tools the Fed has are inappropriate to fight a supply induced inflation. The ultimate consequences of their actions could possibly lead to a continuation of today’s high inflation levels.

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

People often ask me, “Are you a Fiduciary?” While I believe I understand the intent of why they are asking that question (lately there have been a lot of TV commercials advertising what it means), the meaning of fiduciary is a little more complicated than that simple question.

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Forbes.com | 16. 01. 2022 | Economy

The Fed hesitated too long - Now the future looks darker

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Nytimes.com | 14. 01. 2022 | Economy

Despite a decline of 1.9 percent in the final month of the year, sales for the fourth quarter of 2021 jumped 17.1 percent as consumers began their holiday shopping earlier.

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Nytimes.com | 14. 01. 2022 | Economy

Democratic lawmakers say the global fund’s surcharges for emergency relief siphon away money that countries need to fight the pandemic.

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Nytimes.com | 14. 01. 2022 | Economy

The liberal workers the company has long attracted are expanding a union campaign to other cities after a landmark victory in Buffalo.

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Nytimes.com | 13. 01. 2022 | Economy

A discussion over whether price controls would work to stem inflation is sweeping progressives. So far, it has little political acceptance.

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Nytimes.com | 13. 01. 2022 | Economy

Ms. Brainard, a Federal Reserve governor who has been nominated to be the central bank’s vice chair, said she expects workers will come back as the economy chugs along.

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Nytimes.com | 12. 01. 2022 | Economy

The new law allocates $11.7 billion for wastewater and stormwater projects. Will it get to the impoverished communities who need it most?

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Nytimes.com | 12. 01. 2022 | Economy

Economists expect a 7 percent gain in the Consumer Price Index, which would be the fastest pace since mid-1982.

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Nytimes.com | 11. 01. 2022 | Economy

Researchers say the human concepts of intergenerational wealth and inequality are useful for studying some animals’ behavior.

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Nytimes.com | 10. 01. 2022 | Economy

Senator Elizabeth Warren, the Massachusetts Democrat, pressed the central bank to provide more information by Jan. 17.

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Forbes.com | 09. 01. 2022 | Economy

Are you feeling stress these days? Perhaps financial stress? You’re not alone.

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Forbes.com | 09. 01. 2022 | Economy

Considers the plan of Cyber Ninjas to reorganize as a new company with the same employees to avoid a $50,000 per day contempt order.

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Forbes.com | 09. 01. 2022 | Economy

Raney shared what millennial investors need to know about crypto, concerns about the environmental impact, Bitcoin’s potential, crypto security, and more.

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Forbes.com | 09. 01. 2022 | Economy

Asian equities rebounded as Hong Kong stocks outperformed while Japan was among the few markets off today.

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Forbes.com | 09. 01. 2022 | Economy

A novel program in Australia, featuring activities in the community, could work well across the U.S.

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