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No deal: Investors pull out of deal to buy Weinstein Company

Sources tell the AP investors discovered tens of millions of dollars in undisclosed debt        

The Trump administration’s five dumbest economic ideas

Stock markets can erase national debt? Trump invented a decades-old economic theory last year? On both counts, not so much. The post The Trump administration’s five dumbest economic ideas appeared first on

The Rise of the Millennial Economy

Strapped with hundreds of thousands in student debt, Millennials can't afford a home. You won't believe what they buy instead.

Weinstein Co. Deal Collapses, Yet Again

A group of investors pulled out of a deal to buy the beleaguered Weinstein Co. on Tuesday after discovering tens of millions of dollars in undisclosed debt, according to people familiar with the negotiations. Businesswoman Maria Contreras-Sweet, who has been leading the group of buyers along with billionaire investor Ron...

Italy struggles to help thousands trafficked as sex slaves

As many as 30,000 Nigerian women and children forced into prostitution to pay off smuggling debts

When Prosecutors and Debt Collection Companies Become Business Partners

Prosecutors are letting debt collectors hijack the justice system at the expense of people who cannot afford to pay bills. When Roz, a mother raising three children with special needs on a razor-thin budget in Washington, wrote a check...Show More Summary

Best Strategies to Get Out of Debt Faster

Tired of seeing your balance go down on your credit cards and loans? Learn how you can pay off your debts faster!  Best Strategies to Pay Off your Debt Faster […] The post Best Strategies to Get Out of Debt Faster appeared first on Couple Money.

Delighting in sacrifice

In an instant-on, one-click shopping universe, the idea of sacrifice is pretty alien. When the world might end tomorrow, when you can get what you want now, when debt is easier than ever to go into, why even consider sacrifice?...        

Mitsubishi Motors Is Gearing Up to Finally Get Its Act Together

Poor Mitsubishi. Its strange history has ushered in memorable models, an important alliance with Chrysler, success on the World Rally stage, a partnership with Jackie Chan, an epic fuel economy scandal, and building debt that eventually turned it into the sad creature we know today. Show More Summary

The New ID Theft: Millions of Credit Applicants Who Don't Exist

Synthetic-identity fraud is one of the fastest growing forms of identity theft—and the hardest to spot and combat. Scammers use phony names and unused Social Security numbers to secure debt, a crime that exposes a vulnerability in the U.S.’s credit-checking system. “It seemed too easy.”

Canada’s housing bubble is starting to burst

Soaring home prices, subprime lending, and huge debt levels have Canada on thin ice Canada escaped the global financial crisis in 2008 unscathed relative to much of the developed world, but after 15 years of virtually uninterrupted home...Show More Summary

Stocks Slightly Higher into Final Hour on Diminishing Trade War Fears, Less US/European/Emerging Markets Debt Angst, Short-Covering, Transport/Retail Sector Strength

Broad Equity Market Tone: Advance/Decline Line: Higher Sector Performance: Most Sectors Rising Volume: Around Average Market Leading Stocks: Outperforming Equity Investor Angst: Volatility(VIX) 18.09 -3.42% Euro/Yen Carry Return Index...Show More Summary

The New Starbucks Visa Rewards Card Is Exactly What’s Wrong With America

When it comes to the often-careless ways Americans spend their money, hardly anything surprises me anymore. After all, the average new car loan in our beloved country is over $500 per month, and the average credit card debt among households carrying a balance is over $9,000. Show More Summary

Coping Skills – “I’d Rather Not (Yeah)” Video

Back in 2016, the Philadelphia band Coping Skills released their debut album, Relatable Web Content. It's a wry and sharp collection of tracks, filled with odes to Ben Gibbard and songs about mounting college debt. Today they've announced their sophomore album, the cheekily-titled Worst New Music, and the video for its lead single highlights the…

iHeartMedia, 855 Radio Stations Go Bankrupt At 11:59 PM CST Wednesday

UPDATE 2 - The court gave iHeartMedia, its 855 radio stations and creditors until 11:59 PM Central time, Wed. March 7th to agree to a reorganization that would reduce its debt by $15 billion, according to papers filed Monday. As of 8PM CT, no settlement had been announced. ______________________ The...

How Not To Go Into Credit Card Debit as a Newlywed

No one wants the pressure of credit card debt in the first year of marriage. Here's how to make sure you start off strong even if you've got a lot of debt accumulated going into your marriage. read more The post How Not To Go Into Credit Card Debit as a Newlywed appeared first on Weddingbee.

What to Do When a Creditor Sues

Sometimes life gets in the way, and it can be easy for debt to pile up. But what if you miss so many payments that your creditors file lawsuits against you to collect your unpaid debt? If you have missed enough payments, creditors can sue you to pay up. Being targeted by such a lawsuit can be...

De Blasio binges on debt

NYC debt service Year Amount 2018 $6.4B 2019 $7.1B 2020 $7.7B 2021 $8.1B 2022 $8.8B Source: Independent Budget Office It isn’t just the city’s day-to-day budget that... To view the full story, click the title link.

A Philando Castile Charity Just Wiped Out School Lunch Debt in His Old District

Thousands of school kids in Minnesota can now eat school lunches without incurring more debt, thanks to Philando Castile. Castile was a popular school nutrition supervisor in St. Paul before he was shot and killed by police in July 2016. Since his death, which was broadcast by his girlfriend on Facebook Live, he’s become one […]

Where's the rest of your tax refund? Being used to pay delinquent federal and state debts

The Internal Revenue Service announced today that it has begun releasing refunds for taxpayers who claimed the Earned Income Tax Credit and the Additional Child Tax Credit. Many of these refunds should arrive in bank accounts or on debit cards this week, according to the IRS. Show More Summary

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