Month: February 2019

Grey Divorce and its challengeswashingtonpost.com Grey divorce is a new demographic trend, and it is rather concerning that this trend has accelerated in the 21st century.  In the 1990s, only 1 in 10 people over age 50 were divorced. Currently, 1 in 4 people are going through grey divorces, and the rates may double in the
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Despite gains in income and wealth for black families in America, white families often have a net worth up to 10 times higher. Discriminatory financial practices such as redlining or credit discrimination have increased the wealth gap and held black families back from being able to create generational wealth. Times are changing. Black millennials are
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Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world’s largest brewer, forecast strong revenue and profit growth in 2019, with a focus on increasing beer sales rather than just prices, after higher- than-expected earnings at the end of 2018. The brewer of Budweiser, Corona, and Stella Artois is seeking to draw developed world consumers back to beer from wine and
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HP Inc. reported quarterly revenue that fell short of Wall Street estimates on Wednesday, due to weaker-than-expected sales in both its personal computer and printing businesses, sending shares down 12 percent after hours. HP is the hardware business of the former Hewlett-Packard Co., which split in 2015. Sales in the personal systems business, which accounts
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Fitbit shares plunged in extended trading after the maker of wearable fitness devices provided a weaker-than-expected forecast. The shares sank another 12 percent after hours to $6.08. Fitbit said sales in the first quarter will increase as much as 8 percent from a year earlier to between $250 million and $268 million. Analysts were expecting
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