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OverSavers Anonymous: Where Prudent Savings Meets Pathology

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While most would agree that saving money is a good thing, there are those who take the practice to a point where it can be considered unhealthy hoarding.

Jeb Bush Made $29 Million After Leaving Office

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Jeb Bush made $29 million in the first seven years after he left public office, dramatically increasing his wealth during a recession, a financial crisis and the Obama presidency he has criticized.

Lowest-Paid Americans Lead Wage Gains As Job Market Tightens

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Average hourly earnings in industries paying less than $12.50 an hour a year ago rose 3.2 percent in the 12 months through April, according to Goldman Sachs

SEC To Propose Executive-Bonus Clawbacks When Companies Restate

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U.S. companies forced to correct accounting failures would have to reclaim a portion of bonuses awarded to corporate bosses under a rule set to be proposed Wednesday by the SEC.

Ace To Buy Chubb For $28.3 Billion With Greenberg In Charge

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Evan Greenberg extended an acquisition spree at his Ace Ltd. by agreeing to purchase Chubb Corp. for $28.3 billion in cash and stock.

BNP Paribas Customer Awarded $16.6 Million in Finra Dispute

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BNP Paribas was accused of breaching fiduciary, contractual and legal duties, as well as gross negligence and negligent supervision, according to the ruling.

Dude, Where's My Pot ETF?

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Pot has been generating lots of buzz, but is it ready for its own exchange-traded fund?

San Francisco Hotels Are Priciest In World After 88% Rate Surge

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The average price for a San Francisco hotel room has jumped 88 percent in the past year to $397 a night, according to an index compiled by Bloomberg of the world’s top 100 financial centers.

San Francisco Hotels Are Priciest In World After 88% Rate Surge

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The average price for a San Francisco hotel room has jumped 88 percent in the past year to $397 a night, according to an index compiled by Bloomberg of the world’s top 100 financial centers.

Trump Once Got Fleeced In Mexico, And He's Still Very Angry

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Behind the headlines over Donald Trump’s Mexico-bashing remarks is a legal dispute between the billionaire presidential candidate and two Mexican businessmen.

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