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This workplace trend ‘can only help’ retailers hoping for big Cyber Monday profits and why GM dealers are quietly repairing Teslas

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This workplace trend ‘can only help’ retailers hoping for big Cyber Monday profits

Americans could spend up to $11.6 billion on Monday, up from $10.7 billion last Cyber Monday, Adobe said. Read More

Is money a weapon to control your spouse? This financial abuse can destroy your marriage.

How couples can manage their money better, without arguments and power trips. Read More

‘Sloppy, bad, false data’: Tenant-screening reports used by landlords can include outdated or incorrect information, CFPB says

The CFPB received more than 17,200 complaints concerning incorrect information in tenant screenings from January 2019 through September 2022. Read More

Check out Ferrari’s first SUV (just don’t call it an SUV)

By the numbers, the Ferrari Purosangue is a 6.5-liter V12 making 715 horsepower and a 0-60 mph time of 3.1 seconds. Wait until you find out how much it costs. Read More

‘Monthly payments will be pushed even higher.’ What can you do if you need to buy a new car?

The car market is showing slight signs of stabilizing, but for now, financing a car isn’t going to get cheaper. If you need a car soon, here’s what you can do. Read More

Save more on your holiday shopping by learning the finer points of price matching

Rules and red tape can sometimes make price-matching policies extra challenging. Here are some tips for using price matching to save more this holiday season. Read More

Why GM dealers are quietly repairing Teslas

The company has repaired over 11,000 Teslas over the past year, said GM President Mark Reuss. Read More

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