Bank of America® Travel Rewards Credit Card review: A simple travel rewards card with basic features
Our take: The Bank of America® Travel Rewards Credit Card stands out for its simplicity: It’s a $0-annual fee card that earns simple, flat-rate rewards that you can redeem as statement credits for travel or dining. Bank of America® Travel Rewards Credit Card. Intro Bonus. Earn 25,000...
‘College wasn’t for me’: Meet the 48-year-old self-made millionaire who launched a $225 million hair styling empire as a stay-at-home mom
Alli Webb didn’t need a college degree to build a blowout business. Webb, the 48-year-old founder of blowout empire Drybar and author of The Messy Truth, went straight from high school to New York, where she jumped from job to job until she landed on styling hair, a career she never left.
Hotshot Wharton professor sees $34 trillion debt triggering 2025 meltdown as mortgage rates spike above 7%: ‘It could derail the next administration’
Among the illustrious nameplates adorning the offices of Ivy League business schools is one Joao Gomes. A Wharton Business School finance professor, Gomes is issuing a warning cry many of his peers so far have chosen to ignore: America’s burgeoning public debt mountain. Professor Gomes is what some might...
The 4 expert-backed steps that will help you reach your fitness goals this year
It all begins with choosing a specific goal that is actually attainable.
The Gen Z and millennial rebellion against full-price luxury is hurting Burberry and Kering, but propping up secondhand marketplaces
Secondhand luxury is a taboo no more. In fact, its sales are booming and platforms like Vestiaire Collective and Sellier are winning from it.
Meet Europe’s answer to the ‘Magnificent 7’—the high-flying ‘Granolas’ that Goldman Sachs is betting will prosper in the continent’s flatlining economy
The 'Granolas' group of stocks have soared in recent years, but skeptics urge caution over investing in a catchy name.
Japan lost its early lead in chips to companies in Korea and Taiwan. Now a new TSMC project could lead the way to ‘a renaissance of semiconductors’
Morris Chang, founder of TSMC, predicted the company's new Kyushu plant will help revive Japan's once-world-leading chip industry. Morris Chang, founder of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, gave a bold prediction when he opened the chipmaker’s new facility in Japan’s Kyushu island on Feb. 24. Chang predicted that the new foundry, backed by billions of dollars in Japanese government money, would spark “a renaissance of semiconductors” for the Asian country.
The startup behind the aspirational Hyperloop tunnel project in Northern Italy has struggled to pay employee salaries and rent this year, documents show
King Felipe VI visits the HyperLoopTT stand at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2023, on the day of its official opening, on 27 February, 2023. It’s not exactly a secret that Elon Musk’s dream of a Hyperloop—a high-speed vacuum that can shoot people between cities in pods at hundreds of miles per hour—is not an easy project to turn into reality.
What is a 0% APR credit card, and why should you care?
The annual percentage rate, or APR, on a credit card represents the cost you pay per year to borrow money on the account. So, when you open a credit card that features an introductory 0% APR on purchases or balance transfers (or both), it means you won’t pay interest on those types of transactions—at least for a limited time.
7 habits that can help you lose weight—and keep it off—according to experts
Modest steps can lead to meaningful, sustained weight loss, says one expert.
Buying a house has gotten so expensive that homebuyers need to make about $50,000 more than they did pre-pandemic to afford one
Home buyers need to make almost $50,000 more than they did pre-pandemic to afford to buy a house, according to Zillow. One of the few good things to happen during the pandemic was sub-3% mortgage rates, which allowed younger and lower-income buyers to break into the housing market. But that abruptly changed in 2022 and 2023 when mortgage rates and home prices skyrocketed—peaking at 8% in October 2023.
A new kind of remote work city just drove a $2 trillion gain in the housing market. ‘Pricey metros and pandemic boomtowns’ are drifting, Redfin finds
The biggest asset class just got even bigger. The national housing market is now worth $47.5 trillion, after its value went up another $2.4 trillion over the last year, according to a preliminary Redfin analysis of more than 90 million homes as of December of last year. The answer, still, lies with the lure of remote work, and a very particular type of city is driving the increase.
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