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  • The $180 million conflict that kept Scaramucci out of the White House in January has only gotten shadier
    Politics
    Business Insider15 hours ago

    The $180 million conflict that kept Scaramucci out of the White House in January has only gotten shadier

    Anthony Scaramucci is selling his fund of funds business to a Chinese conglomerate with ties to the government. The firm, the HNA Group, is facing an increasing number of questions at home and abroad, and the deal is subject to review by the US Treasury. The sale reportedly kept Scaramucci out of the White House in January because of the conflicts it raises.

  • GM to Consider Axing Six Models to Combat Slumping Sales, Avoid Plant Layoffs
    Business
    The Street17 hours ago

    GM to Consider Axing Six Models to Combat Slumping Sales, Avoid Plant Layoffs

    United Auto Workers President Dennis Williams said the union is working with General Motors (GM) to avoid layoffs as U.S. auto sales slump, AutoBlog reported. GM is considering producing more trucks and SUVs while killing off six slow-selling models produced at underused car plants such as Hamtramck in Michigan and Lordstown in Ohio. It's unclear if the plants will start producing newer, more popular models. GM has cut shifts at several of its U.S. plants as inventories of small and midsized cars grow. If GM stopped producing the six models under consideration, it wouldn't happen until 2020. The models at risk are the Chevrolet Volt, Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac CT6, Cadillac XTS, Chevrolet Impala

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    Investopedia3 hours ago

    What to Consider Before You Retire Part Time

    The word "retirement" often has the connotation of an immediate and complete transition out of the workforce and into an uninterrupted life of leisure. If this rings true for you, you might consider transitioning into retirement. Working part time as you approach retirement can help to reduce stress and free up personal resources, while offering professional and financial perks.