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  • RadioShack's depressing Twitter account reveals how the company has hit a new low
    Business
    Business Insider9 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.

  • 5 things you can start doing today to be more successful at work
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    CNBC.com7 hours ago

    5 things you can start doing today to be more successful at work

    It's tempting to think that success at work is dependent upon having the perfect job. But in thinking exclusively about what you want from a future dream job, you may be missing important opportunities to grow in your current position. Set yourself up for long-term professional success by focusing on the small advances you can make immediately. Here are five things you can start doing today to become more successful at work: 1. Take a vacation Deciding to take a break from work and use your vacation days, surprisingly enough, helps your career. You're less likely to report feeling down and are more likely to get a raise, a new study from Project: Time Off shows. But committing to using your paid