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  • RadioShack's depressing Twitter account reveals how the company has hit a new low
    Business
    Business Insider13 hours ago

    RadioShack's depressing Twitter account reveals how the company has hit a new low

    Over the past few months, t he company has offered massive reductions on products during its entire store closing down sales. Now, customers can even pick up store fixtures at a discounted price. Stop by your local #Radioshack, where all our extra supplies are for #sale. Stop by your local #radioshack and check out some of the beautiful retail fixtures we have for sale.

  • Here’s how much you need to save each month to become a millionaire in 20 years
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    CNBCyesterday

    Here’s how much you need to save each month to become a millionaire in 20 years

    If you start saving and investing early on, becoming a millionaire might not be as hard as you think. If you're putting away $415 a month starting in your 20s, $651 a month starting in your 30s or $1,300 starting in your 40s, and getting a 6 percent return on your investment, you're on the right track to hit that milestone by 67. If you're starting from scratch with zero savings, you need to save $2,200 a month to become a millionaire by March 2037.

  • Career expert: 5 things you should do every day if you want to be a great boss
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    CNBC.com13 hours ago

    Career expert: 5 things you should do every day if you want to be a great boss

    When you're a boss thinking about the big picture, it's sometimes easy to forget the simple daily tasks that can help your team thrive. Amanda Augustine, a career advice expert for TopResume, says that just asking how your workers are doing every day and being punctual are key to success. Here are five things a manager can do each day to be great. Say hello Although it "may sound silly," Augustine says that simply checking in with your team can be "incredibly valuable." Her advice: "You can perform this daily task in various ways," she says, from walking up to each person's desk and saying "hi" to holding a daily, five-minute "stand-up" meeting to share ideas. This everyday contact "will help