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07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Disney under fire for low wages
<p>Activists protest Disneyland’s low wages saying it contributes to homelessness, after custodian living in her car was found dead outside gym where she showered.</p>

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
The mystery of why Japanese people are having so few babies
<p>Many point to unromantic 20-somethings and women’s entry into the workforce, but an overlooked factor is the trouble young men have in finding steady, well-paid jobs.</p>

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Why the grim reaper of retail hasn't come to claim Best Buy
Five years ago Best Buy Co. looked like a retail dinosaur, another victim of e-commerce juggernaut Amazon.com...

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
You can still retire well, just not in the US
Among the leading nations for retirement security, the U.S. didn't even crack the top 15, according to the 2017 Global Retirement Index by Natixis.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
22 retailers that are closing hundreds of stores
Your favorite chain may be holding store-closing sales. The list keeps growing.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Marijuana frenzy could end very badly in Canada
<p>A year before recreational cannabis is expected to become legal in Canada, there’s an explosion in companies cultivating the stuff. At least 10 marijuana outfits have new listings this year on the TSX Venture Exchange and Canada Securities Exchange. Some 51 enterprises have gotten the green light to grow pot, and 815 applicants are in the queue. All told, it could be enough to raise the country’s raw-weed output more than tenfold.</p>

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Oilman has a $96 million collection -- of ranches
He has amassed 155,000 acres of land for hunting, fishing and raising cattle. He sometimes loses track of how many ranches he owns

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
How Lyft could defeat Uber
<p>Scandals and missteps at Uber have given Lyft a chance to catch up in the ride-sharing race. Could a bold bet on driverless cars help the pink-mustache startup take the lead?</p>

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Sneak a peek at 26 incredible tiny homes
Take a peek at 26 of the smallest residences worldwide.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Newborns could save $2.2M for retirement with this idea
Creating "child IRAs" would let parents save for their kids' retirement starting at birth, this advisor suggests.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
More workers are embracing extreme commuting
<p>The number of people who commute two hours or more to work is expected to grow, especially now that it is easier to work occasionally from home.</p>

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Can you save money on toys with a 3D printer?
<p>Anyone with kids, or those of us who never quite stopped being kids ourselves, know that toys aren’t cheap. Last year the toy industry raked in $26 billion in the U.S. alone. High prices are harder to swallow when kids tend to lose interest in that Pikachu figurine within a week, and complex boardgames are totally useless after the inevitable loss of even a few pieces. The solution? Skip the toy store and buy yourself a 3D printer.</p>

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Lyft launches a self-driving car division to take on Uber
Despite Uber's venture into autonomous cars set a less than positive tone after facing suspension and a major lawsuit, another ridesharing service is taking a chance at driverless driving. Lyft announced plans today to launch its own autonomous car division to help work on its open self-driving system. The system, once completed, will allow Lyft and its partners to deploy and manage autonomous cars as they ferry customers around. Housed in Palo Alto, California, Lyft claims it's taking its self-driving initiative seriously, devoting 10% of its entire engineering staff to just focusing on the autonomous tech.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
O.J. Simpson's white Bronco could be yours for a price
All eyes were on O.J Simpson when he tried to flee in his white Ford Bronco Police chased the football star down the Los Angeles freeway in June of 1994 He later went to trial for the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman Now the Bronco is up for sale for the right price O.J.’s former sports agent Mike Gilbert is the owner Gilbert wants at least $750,000 to $1 million for the vehicle Sources added that Gilbert would not sell the Bronco to O.J. A used 1993 Bronco usually cost a few thousand up to $20,000 O.J. was recently granted parole for his Casino robbery crime

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Amazon is buying products from some retailers at full price to build global inventory
Amazon sent an email to thousands of U.S. merchants, offering to buy their inventory at full offer price.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
GE profit plunges 59 percent
But the industrial conglomerate's earnings and revenue beat Wall Street's forecasts, and it boosted cash flow. Fred Katayama reports.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Hyperloop getting back on track but still running late
Elon Musk’s announcement that he had received “verbal” government approval to build a Hyperloop—the billionaire’s idea for high-speed transportation in low-pressure tubes—offers momentum to an idea that has been slow to progress. Photo: Hyperloop Transportation Technologies

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Exxon violated Russia sanctions, Treasury says
The Treasury Department slapped Exxon Mobil with a $2 million fine for "blatantly" violating US sanctions on Russia when Secretary of State Rex Tillerson led the oil company, US authorities said.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Virginia police officer is denied service at McDonald’s
Det. Steve Loomis weighs in on Snoop Dogg retweeting video of police officer being assaulted and a McDonald’s employee refusing service to a police officer.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
The world's superyacht hub
Some of the super-rich love boats - the bigger the better. Many of these are made in and around Viareggio in Italy. How did this come about? And how can the region stay ahead of global rivals?

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Subway restaurants are getting a major redesign — here's a look inside
Subway restaurants are getting a complete redesign and some locations will have new menu options.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
How much money O.J. Simpson could have made while in prison
Simpson could be walking into some cash once he’s released in as early as October. Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
There are more renters than any time since 1965
More U.S. households are headed by renters than at any point since at least 1965.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
How do you stop deforestation? Pay people not to cut down trees
To offset carbon emissions and slow deforestation, researchers paid landowners in Uganda to stop removing trees.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
See Ford's first-ever F-150 police truck
Here's a first look at the F-150 Police Responder. The engine is standard, but the interior is customized to assist police on the job.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Opinion Journal: Will ObamaCare collapse?
Former HHS Deputy Secretary Tevi Troy on the implications of the GOP’s failure to reform health-care. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
IBM takes the lead in fighting Texas 'bathroom bill'
Technology company IBM is taking in the lead in fighting the controversial ‘Bathroom Bill’ in Texas. Veuer's Nathan Rousseau Smith has the full story.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
My Pillow gets endorsement from President Trump
My Pillow CEO Michael Lindell tells FOX Business’ David Asman about his visit to the White House, manufacturing his company’s product in the United States, and struggles with drug addiction.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Gwen Stefani's career advice
Gwen Stefani's one piece of career advice for younger generations.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
GE's Jeff Immelt on his career advice
Immelt's one piece of career advice for younger generations.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Tory Burch on her career advice
Tory Burch's one piece of career advice for younger generations.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Richard Branson: How to juggle work & life in your early years
Virgin's Richard Branson answers career questions.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Pepsi's Indra Nooyi on why making money isn't enough
Indra Nooyi, chairwoman and chief executive officer at PepsiCo, visits LinkedIn Studios in New York to talk with Executive Editor Daniel Roth about Pepsi’s plans for the next 10 years, why focusing on performance alone is not enough and the state of the industry.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Lee Daniels: Ignoring Hollywood's conventional wisdom
The writer, producer and director's formula delivers awards and profits.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Russell Simmons: 'The lack of diversity is costing money'
<p>Music producer and entrepreneur, Russell Simmons visits LinkedIn Studios to talk with executive editor, Daniel Roth about the state of the music and entertainment industry, his businesses and RushCard's settlement.</p>

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Working from home: Both a blessing and a curse
Workers discuss the problems and benefits of a work-from-home career.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Richard Branson: Getting your work-life balance in order
Virgin's Richard Branson answers questions about how to juggle work and life in your early years.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Bill Gates: Career advice from the world's richest man
There are many tracks to success, Microsoft's co-founder says, but find something you're passionate about.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Gwen Stefani on being honest
Gwen Stefani and LinkedIn executive editor Daniel Roth talk about about how she leads her team.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Gwyneth Paltrow: 'When you have an e-commerce business, no press is bad press'
Gwyneth Paltrow visits LinkedIn Studios in New York to talk to executive editor Daniel Roth about her decision to step in to the startup world and launch her new business.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Career Advice: Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton's views on education.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Moziah Bridges: Building a bow tie empire
The young CEO of Mo's Bows never wanted to work for somebody else.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
What it costs to live in America's most expensive ZIP codes
Find out how much you need to earn to live among the wealthiest.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
50 top ranked colleges that pay off the least
For a special few Americans, such as Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg, completing college was unnecessary — perhaps even a hindrance — to their vision and success.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
12 eccentric projects of the super-rich
When you've got more money than you could ever spend, it's time to spend on submarines, setting records, space travel, dinosaurs and living forever.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
10 recession warning signs to be aware of
Predicting a downturn is hard, but there are some red flags.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
These tiny homes cost less than $20,000 to build
The creators are trying to build homes that are both elegant and affordable.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
States where people spend the most on lottery tickets
There's a tiny chance of winning the lottery, but that doesn't stop Americans from buying tickets. This past year, income from state lotteries was a combined $66.8 billion. LendEDU, a student loan marketplace, conducted a study that looked at states that spent the most on lottery tickets. The study consisted of 43 states. The seven states not included were Alabama, Alaska, Hawaii, Mississippi, Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming because they don't have their own state lottery. The study measured lottery spending per capita, calculated by dividing a state's lottery revenue by its population.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
How much teachers earn in every state
Teaching the nation's grade school students may be a higher calling, but for the most part is not a high paying occupation. See where your state ranks in teacher pay.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
The most expensive things ever sold
We reveal the most expensive items ever.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
10 best and worst paying jobs in America
For years, doctors have taken home the largest paychecks in America, and this year is no different, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Here are the best and worst-paying jobs in the country as of May 2017.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
15 worst supermarkets in America
<p>Fewer Americans may be shopping for food at their local grocery store each week, preferring instead to fill their carts from a variety of specialty stores. But plenty of people still rely on their local grocer who may not set the trends, but stocks those trends on the shelves of her store.</p>

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
10 great places for US ex-pats to retire
<p>Florida and Arizona aren't the only places on Earth with plenty of warm sunshine, palm trees, good food and friendly people - they just happen to be among the most expensive retirement destinations.</p>

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Top 10 franchises you can buy
The best of the best from 'Entrepreneur's Franchise 500' list.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
20 most popular stores in America
Walmart is the most popular store in America.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Best stock in every state to buy now
<p>Sure, the United States are united, but there are many differences from state to state. Just look at what we call a sweet, fizzy soft drink. On the coasts, it’s soda; in the Midwest, pop. Old school New Englanders call it tonic, and in much of the South, it’s most often just Coke.</p>

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
9 companies that might not make it to 2018
These nine companies are either on the brink of Chapter 11 or already in bankruptcy proceedings. Either way, things look grim.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
10 people who became millionaires before they turned 20
How 10 amazing youngsters made their millions and how they spend it.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
10 deadliest jobs in America
<p>Despite efforts to improve workplace safety with additional training, many jobs in the U.S. are still dangerous, resulting in serious injuries or fatalities.</p>

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
6 stocks that have raised their dividends for 60 straight years or more
These six incredible Dividend Aristocrats have rewarded investors with annual dividend raises for at least six decades.

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
Small towns with big millionaire populations
<p>Just 5.5% of the households in the U.S. qualify as bona fide millionaires. That means they have investable assets of $1 million or more, excluding the value of real estate, employer-sponsored retirement plans and business partnerships. Not surprisingly, the majority of these 6.8 million wealthy households can be found in big cities such as New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.</p>

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
The states with the best and worst economies
Is your state a drag on the American economy or a boon?

07/22/2017 07:30 PM
The first things to do after you move into your first home
Moving into your first home can be both exciting and terrifying. Get off to a good start with this list of must-dos from veteran homeowners.