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7 Personal Finance Apps to Better Manage Your Money

July 11, 2019

Money is kind of like a toddler. If you’re not keeping a close eye on it, it’s going to sneak away. Lucky for us, mobile technology makes it comparatively easy to mind our money these days. Personal finance apps abound that sync to our credit card and bank accounts, keep an eye on our cash […]

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Are your stories actually worth the time?

June 21, 2019

It’s 8 a.m., and you step on to the subway to get to work. You automatically look down at your phone, and your scrolling thumb takes over, zooming through Instagram and going down the proverbial rabbit hole of everything from videos of your best friend’s Miami vacation to soul-shaking quotes about optimism. The next thing […]

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Three Key Lessons To Learn As A Young CEO

June 21, 2019

I was part of the group behind the founding of my company when I was 20. While the rest of my friends were eagerly awaiting their big 2-1, I had raised over $10 million and co-founded a company, and have since become personally responsible for tens of millions of dollars in sales — while doing […]

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Healthcare: 3 Little-Known Medical Device Makers

June 21, 2019

Here’s why ViewRay, Nevro, and LaMaitre Vascular could all be great healthcare stocks to own. Most investors never come in contact with the products made by medical device companies. That can make it hard for them to research these types of businesses. However, when a medical device company creates a game-changing product, it can often […]

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Experienced CEO steps up to lead troubled trust

June 21, 2019

Paula Clark, previously chief executive of University Hospitals of North Midlands for two years, has been appointed as interim lead for the troubled Shrewsbury and Telford. Ms Clark stepped down from her role at UHNM to retire earlier this year. It is not clear how long she will be interim at SATH for. It comes […]

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Slack Technologies Shares Extend Gain After First-Day Pop

June 21, 2019

The maker of software for workers to chat and collaborate on projects traded as high as $40.25 in New York. In Thursday’s debut, the stock opened at $38.50, well above the reference price of $26. Slack shunned the traditional initial public offering route, and instead directly listed its shares on the New York Stock Exchange, […]

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Shortlist: two of the best trips to take before you die

June 21, 2019

These are the trips to add your bucket list “Nasty, brutish and short” is how some might feel about the day-to-day – but it doesn’t have to be like that. We’ve picked some of the world’s best trips to fuel your travel fantasies and tickle those itchy feet. See you on the next flight out… Trek […]

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Google’s officially done making its own tablets

June 21, 2019

Here’s an interesting little nugget of info to chew on: Google’s decided to step away from its self-made tablets and focus instead on the laptop form. To be clear, Google hadn’t actually announced any tablet-specific products this year; the last such item that made its way to the market was the Pixel Slate in 2018. […]

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Take the plunge in these swimming holes to keep your cool

June 21, 2019

Need to chill? California’s coastline and beaches typically get all the attention, but consider an old-fashioned swimming hole to cool off on a hot summer day. Be mindful of fast-moving water and make sure to pack out all of your trash. Southern Californians don’t have to travel far to visit a picture-perfect swimming hole: the […]

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How to reclaim your weekend and feel rested

June 21, 2019

As modern life seems to fill every day of the week, our precious free time is being lost to chores and ‘to-do’ lists. For our own wellbeing, it’s time to return to the ritual of the weekend, says Katrina Onstad.   With his quilt chin-high on a Sunday night, by the light of his bedside […]

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