August 1, 2019

Edmunds: How to take supply of a brand new car at dwelling

Here’s a car-buying pro tip that may help shave serious time and negotiation stress from the average purchase process: Ask the dealership to deliver the new vehicle to your home. Taking delivery of a car can be done without ever setting foot on the dealership’s lot.
August 1, 2019

Andrew Yang Net Worth: Democratic Candidate Who Promises $1,000 a Month to Every Adult Isn’t As Rich As Trump

The only non-politician in night two of the second Democratic debates Thursday is Andrew Yang, an entrepreneur who seemingly came out of left field but is polling higher than some candidates who have spent their lives in government. As Americans are becoming familiar with the candidate who promises a $1,000 a month universal basic income to adults, one thing about him remains unclear—his exact net worth.
August 1, 2019

Fed price minimize bails out Trump for insurance policies which can be slowing the economic system

The Federal Reserve appears to be bailing out the president.Responding to concerns of a slowing economy – in part caused by President Donald Trump’s trade wars – the Fed cut short-term interest rates for the first time since 2008, lowering its benchmark rate 25 basis points to 2.25%.
August 1, 2019

How organized labor can reverse a long time of decline

Collective bargaining has long been one of organized labor’s most attractive selling points. In its simplest form, collective bargaining involves an organized body of employees negotiating wages and other conditions of employment. In other words, unions are saying: Join us, and we’ll bargain with your boss for better pay.
July 31, 2019

Fact test: Off notes from Dems on local weather, economic system

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic presidential contenders struck off notes on the science of global warming and the state of the economy in their Detroit debate Tuesday night.
July 31, 2019

State creates $1M fund as Cape Cod recovers from tornadoes

YARMOUTH, Mass. (AP) — Massachusetts’ governor has announced emergency financial help for Cape Cod businesses recovering from last week’s tornados.
July 31, 2019

Opioid epidemic might have price states no less than $130 billion in remedy and associated bills – and that’s simply the tip of the iceberg

The devastating health effects of the opioid epidemic have been well documented, with over 700,000 overdose deaths and millions more affected.
July 31, 2019

Budgeting for charity: A brand new approach for the federal government to encourage giving

U.S. tax laws can subsidize charitable giving by the wealthy, through the charitable deduction, especially following changes that took effect in 2018. But many Americans who are middle class and working class also give some of their money away.
July 30, 2019

Tainted bottled water is being bought at supermarkets all through New England

Nearly a month after spring water from a Haverhill company was found tainted with toxic chemicals, its gallon-sized jugs are still stocked on supermarket shelves across New England, despite a health advisory from state health officials that pregnant women, nursing mothers, and infants should not consume the water.
July 30, 2019

16-year-old Fortnite world champ wins $3 million

NEW YORK (AP) — All those hours playing video games have paid off for a 16-year-old.Kyle Giersdorf, of Pottsgrove, Pennsylvania, won $3 million as the first Fortnite World Cup solo champion. The competition took place Sunday at Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York.