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Why Nike's Stock Got Ripped to Shreds After a Monster Quarter

Wall Street was not being too nice to the sneaker king.
The Best Astrological Nail Colors to Land a Date

Uncover the most alluring fall 2015 nail color for your Zodiac sign
The 15 Best Places to Live in the United States

These small- to medium-sized cities are affordable; racially, ethnically, and economically diverse; and conducive to residents' flexibility in choosing a hospital, school, park and manner of commuting.
Eyebrow Extensions Were the Beauty-Treatment Highlight of My Year

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VBI Vaccines Emerges as Strong Biotech Stock

Armed with an arsenal of vaccines in its product pipeline, this small biotech company is ready to rocket.
Cosby Lawyers Don't Want This Word Spoken at Trial

Bill Cosby's lawyers filed a motion Tuesday to prevent jurors at his upcoming sex-assault trial from hearing the word quaaludes, among other things. "The testimony about quaaludes and the alleged provision of money or educational funds is quintessentially the kind of evidence that causes 'unfair prejudice,'" Cosby's lawyers wrote...
Antonio Banderas Had a Heart Attack

Spanish film star Antonio Banderas says he has recovered from a heart attack that he had in January. The 56-year-old Banderas tells Spanish media that "I suffered a heart attack on Jan. 26, but it wasn't serious and hasn't caused any damage," reports the AP . Banderas says he underwent a...
Here's What the Supreme Court Will Focus on Next in Labor Law: Arbitration

The Supreme Court has taken up its next case on the issue of binding arbitration. This time, it's in the workplace.
Trump's Infrastructure Renewal and You

Railroads, pipeline companies, steel makers, cement manufacturers are all tabbed for the infrastructure fast lane.
Who Will Win and Who Will Lose From Trump Rescinding the TPP?

Six groups that will lose (and win) from Trump's decision to pull America out of the TPP.
Americans have a big disconnect about saving money

Bankrate finds we may think we're doing better with saving than we actually are.
Private reverse mortgage in the family

Keeping a reverse mortgage loan in the family can substantiallyreduce closing costs.
Barnes & Noble to Fete Teachers (Again) in April

If anyone is working to promote the idea of people reading physical books, it's teachers. Barnes & Noble (NYSE: BKS) has always been well aware of that, and it has courted educators with discounts and special events. The bookseller will once again celebrate teachers during its annual Spring Educator Appreciation Days, from April 1 through April 9.
What is the formula for calculating net present value (NPV) in Excel?

Understand how net present value is used to estimate the anticipated profitability of projects or investments, and how to calculate NPV using Microsoft Excel.
Bob Dylan Reveals What Sinatra Told Him About Blue Eyes

Bob Dylan opened up about his music and songwriting and discussed his relationships with Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, and others in a rare and lengthy interview posted to his website Wednesday, the AP reports. In the Q&A with author Bill Flanagan, Dylan recalls Sinatra telling him, "You and me, pal,...
Stop Hunting With the Big Forex Players

Learn to bank short-term profits by placing stops away from the crowd.
Cops: Homeowner's Son Killed 3 Teen Burglars

Three teenage suspects are dead and their alleged getaway driver is in custody after what police in Broken Arrow, Okla., are calling an apparent home invasion. Police say that after the three suspects broke in through a glass door at the back of the home Monday afternoon, there was a...
5 Zika Health Problems Experts Say Could Affect Anyone

It's not just babies and pregnant women who are affected
Use a personal loan for home improvements?

See 5 reasons why a personal loan beats a home equity loan or line of credit.
3 important facts about zero-down VA home loans

VA mortgages require no money down. See if that offer comes with any strings.
4 Biggest Myths About Fat Burning

Here's what REALLY works and what doesn’t.
Mortgage rates headed higher. Lock your rate now

With a Fed hike coming 'sooner rather than later,' it's the right time to make your move.
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