The number of millionaires will nearly double around the world by 2026 and the US economy loses billions of dollars a year due to the sharp decline in refugee admissions

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Mark Cuban says Gen Z is the ‘greatest generation,’ and calls baby boomers ‘disappointing’

‘Boomers are gonna go down in history as the most disappointing generation ever,’ Cuban said. Read More

What recession? The number of millionaires will nearly double around the world by 2026

And China will add more millionaires over the next 5 years than any other country. Read More

US economy loses billions of dollars a year due to the sharp decline in refugee admissions, economists says

For each missing refugee, it costs the ongoing GDP $30,962 per year, according to an Oxford Review of Economic Policy paper. Read More

‘Even those who lost their jobs still brought in enough money to make ends meet’: Pandemic benefits may have helped improve equality in dozens of cities, analysis shows

More than half of 100 US metros saw income equality improve between 2019 and 2020, according to a new study. Read More

Recall: Shoppers should check toothpaste, condoms, pregnancy tests bought at Family Dollar

Some Colgate products, Trojan condoms and Clearblue pregnancy tests sold at Family Dollar are being recalled after being improperly stored. Read More

‘She will sail into the sunset with my dad’s belongings’: My father died and my stepmother is moving to France. There was no memorial. What can I do?

‘We were also promised some of my dad’s ashes and some jewelry, but once again we have been left waiting.’ Read More

‘There is no innocent explanation’: Newly released FBI files reveal Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff’s dramatic confession as agents arrested him

Madoff told agents he could no longer go on with his multibillion-dollar scam as his fund collapsed amid the fallout of the 2008 economic crisis. Read More

Home values ​​in August saw their largest monthly decline since 2011. Some cities see house prices drop by 3%.

Home values ​​are still up nearly 44% from August 2019 before the pandemic. Read More

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