Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell: Shares of Pandora shot up nearly 4 percent in extended trading after the company announced a new CEO at the closing bell. Roger Lynch, former head of online TV provider Sling, will take over for Pandora’s founder, Tim Westergren, who became CEO of the company
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If your health-care needs entail more than an annual physical, keep this in mind: Signing on to a new health plan mid-year means starting from scratch on spending toward the deductible and out-of-pocket maximum. “For some people, that’s several thousand dollars,” said Karen Frost, senior vice president of health strategy and solutions for Alight Solutions.
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A UN report from earlier this year alleged that North Korean banks and firms have maintained access to international financial markets through a network of Chinese-based front companies. Coal exports from North Korea have since been stopped under UN sanctions, and the UN Security Council (including China) unanimously agreed further sanctions last Saturday. The most
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Before you buy a third-party travel insurance policy, check to see if you already have some protections through other sources. For example, a homeowners or renters insurance policy may cover your belongings away from home, said Worters — helping alleviate worries about theft or lost baggage. Travel insurance is also a common perk for credit
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Mark Dougherty makes a few thousand extra bucks a year as a hired driver for people who need to get their cars and moving trucks across the country. The retired 70-year-old charges $10 per hour driving time and uses Google maps to estimate his fee, plus expenses like one-way plane tickets, gas, lodging and meals.
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President Donald Trump‘s pledge to “Make America Great Again” requires nothing less than reigniting economic growth and prosperity. Wealth creation is essential. Yet as Congress pivots to tax reform — which is crucial to the wealth creation that will put the nation back on the prosperous path — the president can take matters into his
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