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  • 10 Reasons You Will Never Make $1 Million Dollars
    Business
    Kiplinger12 hours ago

    10 Reasons You Will Never Make $1 Million Dollars

    Consider the math: According to Bankrate.com, the highest yield you can expect from a money market account right now is 1.26%. There's no denying that the stock market can take you on a bumpy ride, so your fears are understandable. Savings earmarked for retirement are particularly well suited for the stock market.

  • Trump doesn't understand how much it costs to build a car — or a new Air Force One
    Politics
    Business Insider13 hours ago

    Trump doesn't understand how much it costs to build a car — or a new Air Force One

    President-elect Donald Trump ran on a platform of restoring glory to American manufacturing, but since winning, he's shown that he doesn't know much about how stuff gets made in the 21st century. For example, during the campaign he attacked Ford for shifting small-car manufacturing to Mexico (where, by the way, Ford has operated plants since the 1960s) and later took credit on Twitter for preventing Ford from relocating an entire Kentucky factory south of the border when in fact Ford was only planning to move production of a vehicle.

  • New York Post calls Amazon's new supermarket experiment 'the end of jobs'
    Business
    CNBC.com2 days ago

    New York Post calls Amazon's new supermarket experiment 'the end of jobs'

    The New York Post on Monday called Amazon's register-less shopping experiment, Amazon Go, the "next major job killer" in the latest doomsday headline for retail workers. On Monday, the retail giant announced a new advanced supermarket where shoppers can grab items and go without waiting in checkout lines. Once customers leave the store, items are billed to their Amazon.com accounts. Following the announcement, reports by Quartz and The Wall Street Journal declared the experimental store might signal the end of "millions of cashier jobs." The New York Post's front page story on Tuesday called the store "the end of jobs." Correction: This article has been updated to reflect when the NY Post story