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Should grandparents open a 529 savings plan to help with college costs?

For grandparents, there can be a catch to your generosity.

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WeddingWire cashes in with $350 million investment

The company plans to use the extra cash, from British private equity fund Permira, to move deeper into international markets.

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Oil prices fall as Saudi Arabia signals end to efforts to limit production

President Trump’s tweet may have influenced the decision to pull back on the limits.

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An Amazon Echo recorded a family’s conversation, then sent it to a random person in their contacts, report says

"I'm never plugging that device in again,” one family member said.

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Should grandparents open a 529 savings plan to help with college costs?

For grandparents, there can be a catch to your generosity.

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Who's behind those political ads on Facebook? Now, you can find out.

Facebook and Twitter forged ahead Thursday with new efforts to disclose more information about the political advertisements that appear on their ...

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I've come to believe that 'are we at full employment?' is the wrong question

At the end of the day, we should view assessments of economic slack with a large grain of salt, and assume that there’s room to run until true, obvious price pressures develop.

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Why the Trump administration wants to make it easier for Elon Musk's SpaceX and others to get to space

The White House is seeking to ease regulations on industry to help enable a return to the moon.

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New privacy rules could spell the end of legalese — or create a lot more fine print

Silicon Valley companies for months have been rewriting their privacy policies to make them clearer in time for a Friday deadline.

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No, Twitter still isn’t subject to the First Amendment — even if a judge said Trump’s account is

Here's what you need to know about the ruling on Trump's Twitter blocking.

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State regulators unveil nationwide crackdown on suspicious cryptocurrency investment schemes

The sweep targets dozens of alleged scams in the biggest coordinated state enforcement action yet.

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Lawmakers are nudging Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to testify before Congress on privacy

Lawmakers on Thursday sought to convince Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey to come testify to Congress as part of their probe into the privacy practices of the country’s largest tech companies.

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In the battle for online music, YouTube enters a crowded field

YouTube will split its premium service in two, creating a music-streaming service called YouTube Music and another for its original video content called YouTube Premium.

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Your Money Adviser: Free Tickets. Money. College Savings Plans Try to Stir Up Interest.

State 529 plans, which allow education savings to grow tax free, have been around for more than 20 years. But many families still don’t know about them.

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‘Solo’ Sputters at Box Office, Raising Worries of ‘Star Wars’ Fatigue

Ticket sales for “Solo” were big, but by “Star Wars” standards they fell far short. Multiplex gridlock and disgruntled fans were among possible ...

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'Solo' sputters in takeoff with $83.3M at box office

The Han Solo spinoff "Solo: A Star Wars Story" came in well below expectations with an $83.3 million opening weekend at the North American box office.

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These small-cap stocks may speed ahead as the economy slows

Osterweis fund manager Jim Callinan expects stocks he owns to at least double. By Michael Brush.

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Brazilian truckers strike enters its 7th day

A strike by Brazilian truckers that has caused shortages at gas stations and supermarkets across Latin America's biggest country has entered a ...

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NewsWatch: Stay away from these 3 types of financial advisers (and that’s coming from an industry insider)

These people can look the part, seem nice and sound well-informed — but they are dangerous for your money, warns the author of “The Madoffs Among Us.”

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J.C. Penney's CEO Jumps to Lowe's: Is the Turnaround Doomed?

J.C. Penney CEO Marvin Ellison is set to leave the company in early June after being offered the CEO job at Lowe's. What does this mean for J.C. Penney investors?

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As clock ticks, doubts grow over Kinder Morgan's Canada oil pipe expansion

VANCOUVER/WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - As a hard deadline set by Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd for scrapping a key pipeline expansion looms, there is growing doubt among investors, contractors and government officials about reaching a deal to save the ...

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