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08/18/2018 06:49 PM
There's a bus driver shortage. And no wonder.
Why doesn't anyone want to drive the bus?

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
New Zealand's ban on foreign buyers brings home scale of crisis
Homebuyers hope new law will allow market to cool, helping those consigned to a life of insecurity

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Electric-powered planes are taking off amid rising fuel costs
Aviation pioneers are developing a new way to soar through skies using electric-powered planes as a way to battle rising jet fuel prices.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Rivers where you can still find gold
Locations where you can hunt for the precious metal.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Falsely accused of shoplifting, but retailers demand they pay
Walmart and other companies are using aggressive legal tactics to get the money back, demanding payments even when people haven’t been convicted of wrongdoing.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Why it is crucial to build fireproof homes
Climate change is reshaping the West in a way that makes blazes inevitable. Homes must be hardened against fire in ways never necessary in the past.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
15 hidden fees to watch out for in retirement
Avoid these retirement account fees and save money.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Early Social Security claimers show 'no regrets'
People who claimed their retirement benefits early were OK with their choice.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Get in line: Backlog for big rigs stretches to 2019
With freight demand red-hot, truck manufacturers expect to break records for orders this year, and deliveries will reach deep into next year.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
The worst states to grow old in
The United States was home to 46 million senior citizens as of 2016 — about 15% of the total population.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Tesla tanks after Musk's off-kilter interview with the NYT
Shares of Tesla took a hit in early trading Friday after reports that CEO Elon Musk will meet with Securities and Exchange Commission officials next week.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Trump pushes to study an end to quarterly earnings reports
This could be a major shift for corporate America.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Companies

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Walmart asks some beauty suppliers to consider sourcing outside China
Walmart Inc (WMT.N) has asked some beauty suppliers to consider sourcing products from outside China, as it looks for ways to mitigate the impact of a new set of tariffs on Chinese products proposed by the Trump administration.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Tesla tanks after Musk's off-kilter interview with the NYT
Shares of Tesla took a hit in early trading Friday after reports that CEO Elon Musk will meet with Securities and Exchange Commission officials next week.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Musk details excruciating personal toll of Tesla turmoil
After setting off a furor that unsettled the markets and his own board, the Twitter chief talks about the pressure he is under and his struggle to cope.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Get in line: Backlog for big rigs stretches to 2019
With freight demand red-hot, truck manufacturers expect to break records for orders this year, and deliveries will reach deep into next year.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Facing $17B in fire damages, a CEO blames climate change
California utilities probably won’t get much of a break from lawmakers who are evaluating liability laws that expose the companies to billions in potential damages from last year’s wildfires.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Craftsman tool brand relaunched in stores besides Sears
Soon after Stanley Black & Decker bought the well-known Craftsman brand from Sears Holdings last year, it embarked on what it says is a ground-up remake of the tool line, hoping to revitalize a name that had languished alongside the struggling department store. Stanley has spent the past 18 months designing and making a new line of Craftsman products, the first 1,200 of which were unveiled ...

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Markets

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Stocks close higher as US, China eye trade talks in November
<p>Stocks ended higher Friday after a report said President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping hope to discuss U.S.-China trade in November.</p>

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Trade fears throw future of US natural gas into question
As trade disputes continue, the promising U.S.-China energy relationship is compromised.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
The rising costs of motherhood are catching women off guard
College-educated women in particular underestimate the demands of parenthood and the difficulties of combining working and parenting, new research shows.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Trump pushes to study an end to quarterly earnings reports
This could be a major shift for corporate America.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Consumer sentiment falls to lowest level in nearly a year
(Adds details, background, analyst comments)

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Oil set for longest losing run since 2015 amid economic fears
Oil headed for the longest run of weekly declines in three years, dragged down by everything from an emerging-market rout to rising global supplies and lingering concerns over a spat between the world’s biggest economies.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Technology

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Facebook opens up to researchers — but not about 2016 election
Facebook's decision is a roadblock for experts who want to examine possible factors behind President Donald Trump's victory.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Trump: Let 'good and bad' voices speak on social media
President Trump on Saturday charged that social media is "totally discriminating against Republican/Conservative voices."

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Screens are killing our eyeballs, and now we know how
The "blue screen of death" is taking on a whole new meaning.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Gmail's 'confidential mode' arrives on mobile devices
Google's big Gmail redesign was revealed this past April (with G Suite customers getting the first look).&nbsp;

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Flame red HTC U12 Plus is now available in the US and Canada
<p>HTC is bringing the U12 Plus in flame red to the US and Canada.</p>

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Amazon Is Planning Live TV Recorder, Challenging TiVo
Amazon.com Inc. is developing a new device that records live TV, working around cable providers and encroaching on TiVo Corp.’s market, according to a person familiar with the plans.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Small Business

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
These people made a fortune from trash
Entrepreneurs who turned garbage into gold.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
What the burgeoning trade war really means for entrepreneurs
Tariffs tilt the playing field. Companies well connected on Capitol Hill will win, everyone else will lose.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Richard Branson reveals his best advice for young entrepreneurs
An interaction with a 13-year old entrepreneur inspired the billionaire serial entrepreneur to share his recommendations for starting a business.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
The 'pass through' deduction isn't as limited as you think
5 Things Every Business Owner Needs To Know About This Important Rule

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Save time and money: Run your small business from a smartphone
With the help of apps, it's possible to run many small businesses entirely from the device you probably already have in your pocket – your smartphone.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Venmo competitor Zelle wants to let users pay businesses, too
Zelle, a Venmo-style app that lets consumers send money to friends, roommates and babysitters, is working on ways to ensure that customers can safely pay small businesses as well, according to people familiar with the situation.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
How you can find a better cell phone plan
Stacy answers viewer’s and reader’s personal finance questions. Want to ask Stacy question? Sign up for the Money Talks Newsletter from our home page. When you receive the newsletter in your email, hit reply and ask your personal finance question.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
NYU announces free tuition for all med school students
NYU surprised incoming medical school students by announcing that they won't have to pay tuition, and they're not the only ones getting a free ride.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Here's how much Walmart is worth as it continues to succeed
With more than 11,700 stores operating in 28 countries, shoppers might find it difficult to avoid Walmart. But how exactly has the global chain's net worth grown over the years?

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Go inside this fireproof home in Los Angeles
Are fireproof homes the answer for building in high fire zones? Check out what goes into making a home safe from fire.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Musk admits 'funding' tweet done with no review, while driving
Aug.17 -- Elon Musk admitted that his tweet about funding for taking Tesla Inc. private was not reviewed by anyone before it was sent, according to an interview Musk gave to the New York Times. Bloomberg's David Welch reports on "Bloomberg Markets: The Open."

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
The decline of Hong Kong's iconic neon glow
The decline of Hong Kong's iconic neon glow

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Trump directs SEC to study ending quarterly reports
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he had asked the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to study the impact of allowing companies to file reports every six months instead of every quarter. Yahaira Jacquez reports.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
DOJ, DEA want drug companies to produce less opioids in 2019
The Trump administration wants to help battle the opioid crisis by lowering manufacturing quotas for six key drugs in 2019.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
What does Google's tracking policy clarification mean for users?
FBN's Kristina Partsinevelos on Google clarifying its policy on location tracking.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Trump cancels military parade amid rising costs
The Bastille Day-inspired parade was estimated to cost $92 million.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Here's how minivans rank on safety tests
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is out with a new round of crash tests rating the safety of minivans. CBS News' Hena Doba reports.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Medtronic pacemakers may be at risk from hackers
Security researchers have discovered multiple security flaws that could allow a malicious hacker to tamper with a Medtronic pacemaker.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
For Greece's austerity-hit elderly, bailout "will never end"
With Greece poised to exit the last of its three bailouts next week, it hopes to be able to borrow again in international markets after a nearly 9-year debt crisis. But as Ivor Bennett reports, there are some in Greece who feel the bailout will never end.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Best buys at warehouse stores
Americans love their warehouse stores. But just because something’s here doesn’t necessarily make it a deal. So what are the best deals at warehouse stores?

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Mylan's biggest EpiPen competitor is back
Kaleo will return to market in the first half of 2017

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Is Amazon now getting into the movie theater chain business?
Amazon may be buying Landmark Theaters?

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Top Stocks

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Cramer says Musk should take a medical leave from Tesla
CNBC host Jim Cramer says TeslaCEO Elon Musk should take a medical leave. Cramer's comes after Tesla shares tumbled on Friday in the wake of Musk's interview with the New York Times.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Should You Buy Lowe's Ahead of Earnings After Home Depot's Strong Quarter?
Shares of Lowe's LOW have slipped over 3% in the last month in a sign that investors might be nervous about the home improvement company.&nbsp;

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Don’t Get Too Excited, Cisco Stock Still Has a Long Way to Go
CSCO stock traded higher after strong fourth quarter numbers, but fiscal 2019 could be a tough year as revenue growth deceleration converges on margin compression issues.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Can Starbucks Regain Its Mojo?
The company disappointed with same-store sales in the third quarter but is building for long-term success.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Elon Musk is stressed, but don’t bet against Tesla
Elon Musk has confessed to stress, overwork, and a need for Ambien to sleep, but there’s too much to Tesla and Musk’s SpaceX rocket company to bet against. His rockets fly. His cars go.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Best Buy Stock Withstands Retail Woes
Best Buy has several long-term growth drivers ahead.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
#billstopay

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
15 ways for college students to save money
College is an exciting time, but it can be so very costly if you're not careful. Students can keep spending in check by following these tips.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
How to Find How Much You Owe in Student Loans
It's important to know the lender or servicer that manages each loan, experts say.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
The most popular side hustles that will make your salary soar
These weekend jobs can help pad your bank account.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
6 Ways Millennials Manage Money Better Than Their Parents
Millennials get a bad rap. On the bright side, it might be pushing them to excel.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
I'm 28 and I've saved over $240,000 — here's what I've learned about money from tracking my net worth for the past 2 years
The Money Wizard, a millennial who is a blogger and financial analyst shares the most shocking money lessons he's learned so far about tracking his net worth. He's saving and investing his way toward early retirement at age 37.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
6 steps for using the internet to quit the daily grind
Yes, you can use the internet to make a living. Here's how to use your computer to find a more fulfilling career path.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Careers

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
15 managers reveal the interview red flags that keep them from hiring someone
If you've ever left a job interview thinking you nailed it and then never gotten a call back, you might have made some of these mistakes without even realizing.&nbsp;

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
10 fast-food jobs that pay for college
Some fast-food jobs offer hourly employees tuition assistance to help pay for college.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Can you live on minimum wage in your state?
Stacker looks at the living and minimum wage per state.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
The most and least unionized states
Stacker explores states with the most worker's unions.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
The 50 metro areas with the highest unemployment rates
Stacker ranks the metro area with the highest rates of unemployment.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
10 bachelor's degree jobs that can pay more than $100,000
Explore 10 careers where an undergraduate degree can really pay off.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Real Estate

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Why it is crucial to build fireproof homes
Climate change is reshaping the West in a way that makes blazes inevitable. Homes must be hardened against fire in ways never necessary in the past.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Oprah just bought an $8M mansion on an island near Seattle
The multi-million estate sprawls 43 acres and has a private beach.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Abandoned buildings for sale at knock-down prices
Sometimes spooky, frequently falling to bits, but always packed with history, there are plenty of abandoned buildings on the market just waiting to be renovated and given a new lease of life.&nbsp;

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
14 small home projects that can help seniors age in place
You can grow old in your own home, but that can call for modifications ranging from the extremely cheap to the fairly expensive.&nbsp;

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
A new home for $90,000? Manufactured housing is back
While others walked away from manufactured homes, Don Glisson Jr. stuck around.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
This is the most livable city in America
This year, Honolulu was the highest ranked U.S. city in The Global Liveablity Index. It was No. 23 in the world with high marks in the categories of stability, healthcare and education.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
The 50 cheapest countries to retire to
Find out the best countries to live on a fixed income.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
The craziest marketing stunts of all time
If you were wondering about IHOP becoming IHOb, remember Red Bull dropping a guy from space, or were conned by "The Blair Witch Project," be aware that there's a long history of companies pulling crazy marketing stunts for a little attention from consumers. Here are 25 of the most elaborate ever pulled.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
35 companies that Americans trust the most
From cereal-makers to car companies, here are the 35 businesses Americans trust most.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
America's highest-paid CEOs
Stacker explores the salaries of CEOs at American companies.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
20 dividend stocks to fund 20 years of retirement
<p>Instead of facing the uncomfortable decision of what securities to sell or wondering if you are at risk of outliving your savings, you can lean on the cash from dividend stocks to fund a substantial portion of your retirement.</p>

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
America's most successful franchises right now
We reveal the most successful franchises in the USA

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
16 great places to retire in the South
<p>Trying to decide which way to head for retirement? One well-worn option: Follow the birds. Migrating south is a popular move, not just for the winter and not only among retirees. Since 2010, the South has experienced solid population growth, with a 10% increase in its large cities leading the nation, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.</p>

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Businesses in fields that are disappearing
The nation's unemployment rate has been at a refreshing low, but that doesn't mean all jobs are plentiful. Many once-robust industries are declining into irrelevance due to market changes caused by outsourcing and automation. Here are 21 American jobs in the process of disappearing from under our noses.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
The craziest things that kill your home's value
See upgrades you can make to improve home value — and detractors that are out of your control.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
States that are falling apart
<p>About seven out of every 100 miles of roadway nationwide are in poor condition; 9% of bridges nationwide are structurally deficient, meaning that they are in need of some repair; and 17% of dams in the country have a high hazard potential -- meaning a functional failure would result in the loss of life.</p>

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
10 reasons people aren't buying houses
Americans are finding it more difficult to claim the title of "Home Owner."&nbsp;

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
These 12 retailers are taking over vacant stores
The conventional wisdom might tell you that brick-and-mortar stores are collapsing, but there are plenty of chains that are ready to take over abandoned storefront even in today’s retail environment.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
What car dealerships don't want you to know
With these secrets, you can get the best deal.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
These people inherited incredible fortunes
These people came into vast wealth.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Purchases that buyers nearly always regret
The temptation can be great, but stop and think before you buy these items. You'll save yourself money and trouble.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
7 ways to invest more like Warren Buffett
You don’t have to be a legendary billionaire investor to invest like one.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
America's 25 richest families
<p>The United States has quite a few billionaire clans who accumulated their fortunes in vastly different ways.</p>

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
The countries America won't do business with – and why
Crippling financial penalties the US has imposed.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
World's most valuable brands
Stacker looks at the world's most valuable brands.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Mistakes first-time home buyers often make
Don't fall victim to one of these common errors.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
21 investor perks that are even better than money
These stocks offer shareholders some nice benefits.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Ordinary people who stumbled upon extraordinary amounts of gold
Here is our list of some of the most unexpected and exciting gold discoveries of recent times.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
30 collectibles that are now worthless
If you're expecting to find a collector's gem among your records, stamps, coins, toys, or books, here's why you should brace for disappointment. And you're probably out of luck when it comes to reselling those Hummel figurines, Thomas Kinkade paintings, and sports memorabilia. But Longaberger baskets? Who knows.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Outdated jobs that nobody does anymore
Outdated occupations that have bitten the dust.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Successful US companies started by immigrants
Stacker highlights successful U.S. companies started by immigrants.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
Recession warning signs you need to know
These signs could mean bad news for the economy.

08/18/2018 06:49 PM
12 things not to do if you win the lottery
The New American Dream is winning the lottery.