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Gym Operator Planet Fitness Plans IPO

Richard Levine/Alamy NEW YORK -- Planet Fitness, the company known for its low-cost purple-and-yellow gyms, plans to go public. The company said Tuesday that it filed a "draft registration statement" to the Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering. Show More Summary

Olive Garden’s Breadstick Scientists Have Worked Their Magic Again

"The flavor profile of the breadstick is powerful," said one Olive Garden executive.

10 Tips To Help You Start Investing

Investing is scary, but not investing is even scarier. Have you been putting off investing your first dollar? Some tips to help you get started. 10 Tips To Help You Start Investing appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC...

Burger King Testing Hot Dogs and Corn Dogs

Residents of Michigan and Maryland will be the first to get their hands on some experimental Burger King dogs.

A New Way to Bet on the VIX

The newly launched AccuShares ETFs are the first volatility-based products to offer investors direct access to the CBOE volatility index.

This Tech CEO Wants to Send his Employees’ Kids to College

Boxed CEO Chieh Huang plans to pay for college tuition for his employees' children

Sketch Guy: With Short-Term Goals, Go for a Bird in the Hand

The return on an investment is not nearly as important as having the money there when it’s needed, a financial planner writes.

Everything You Need to Know About Merger Mastermind John Malone

The deal-maker had a hand in creating the cable industry itself, now he's at it again

This Is What Google Could Announce This Week

Google's I/O Conference agenda hints at a major update to Android and a push toward wearables, virtual reality and the internet of things

Why the Latest Cable Merger Won’t Fail Like Comcast

The Charter deal would not be on the scale of the proposed Comcast-TWC merger

7 DIY Crafts That Will Save You Money

It seems obvious that making and doing things yourself will save you money. But some projects require so many supplies that they aren't realistic to take on, and sometimes manufacturers are simply able to make things cheaper. The seven DIY crafts below, however, are not only rewarding and fun, but...

The most (and least) expensive cities to have a dog

While you can't put a price on companionship, it's important to know how much it will cost to properly care for your best friend.

The High Price of Free Games

Last Christmas, I got my six-year old daughter a Kindle Fire for Christmas. It was to be her “big gift” of the year, and I thought it would be great for long car rides and fun, educational games. I expected her to love it, which she did, but there was one thing I didn’t expect –... The post The High Price of Free Games appeared first on The Simple Dollar.

Best Deals for Tuesday 05/26

Link for teaser title: $1 off DiGiorno pizzeria pizza, $5 off $25 purchase of Dixie and other products, Brother P-Touch Easy Handheld...

Ford CEO Mark Fields Wants to Make a Self-Driving Car for the Masses

The company, "where it makes sense," will cooperate with Google and others on self-driving cars

Media CEOs Dominate Ranks of Top-Paid Executives

Jordan Strauss/Invision via APCBS CEO Leslie Moonves was the second highest paid CEO in 2014, according to a study by executive compensation data firm Equilar and AP. By STEVE ROTHWELL and RYAN NAKASHIMA NEW YORK -- They're not Hollywood...Show More Summary

How One Woman Paid Over $3,500 in Variable Annuity Fees and Didn’t Even Know It

“I think I’m paying around $50 per year.” That’s what I heard from one woman who actually paid a lot more on a variable annuity. A whole lot more. If you haven’t guessed it yet, I’m not a big fan of variable annuities. I’ve seen too many investors who were sold this horrible product – […]

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