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Features by Tracey Samuelson

Using personal email addresses for work isn't uncommon

But when you're Hillary Clinton, it's not as easy to sidestep a work email account
Posted In: Gmail, hillary clinton, leadership

Ukraine raises interest rate to 30 percent

The hike comes as Ukraine's central bank seeks to tackle rampant inflation.
Posted In: ukraine, Ukrainian economy, Europe

Commercial bees, the unsung heroes of the nut business

Almonds don't just take a lot of water to grow; they take a lot of bees, too
Posted In: bees, almonds, sustainability
Power was not divided equally under the FCC’s new net neutrality rules.

What net neutrality might mean for 'House of Cards'

The FCC will watch for glitches, but keeping up with demand is the real test.
Posted In: net neutrality, fcc, house of cards, internet access
The  Financial Services Committee heard testimony from Chairwomen Yellen on the Federal Reserves monetary policy and the state of the US economy on Capitol Hill, February 25, 2015 in Washington, DC.

What rising interest rates mean for the rest of us

Rising interest rates: If you think they won't affect you, think again.
Posted In: interest rates, Federal Reserve, Yellen, loans
US President Barack Obama delivers remarks at the American Association of Retired Persons headquarters in Washington, DC, regarding retirement security.

The magic and misery of compounding

Dodgy investments can cut the amount retirees earn through compounding.
Posted In: brokers, investments, Retirement
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis attend a meeting with Belgium's prime minister.

Game theory may come into play in Greek negotiations

Greece's finance minister studied game theory, but we all sort of practice it.
Posted In: Greece, international, European Union
Microsoft

Microsoft sells over $10 billion in bonds

It now has a pile of cash for things like stock buybacks or to pay off other debt.
Posted In: Microsoft, debt, investors, bonds

Should you let a robo-adviser invest for you?

Automated financial-advice services have drawbacks.
Posted In: Financial advisers, Investing, retirement plans
Richard Sherman, cornerback of the Seattle Seahawks wears (what we're guessing is) not a counterfeit jersey.

You bought a counterfeit sports jersey. So what?

Such products are often a revenue stream for criminal organizations, experts say.
Posted In: counterfeit, football, Sports, Super Bowl

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