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There's Now A Gamer Edition Of Monopoly With $3 "Power Packs"

There've been countless different Monopoly editions released over the years, and there have even been several Monopoly video games. Now there's a video game-themed edition of the tabletop game in the works.<p>Hasbro announced the Monopoly Gamer Edition today, which is essentially a Super Mario Bros. …

Board Games

Sana's smart sleep goggles for insomniacs will be out in 2018

It will set you back $400.<p>These sleep googles by a company called Sana Health cost a lot more than your typical mask, but it promises peaceful sleep 10 minutes after you put them on. That's because they more than just block the light: they have mechanisms inside that chunky, VR-headset-like frame …

7 Retirement Planning Steps Late Starters Must Take

These strategies will aid in padding your nest egg for a comfortable retirement.<p>Most Americans aren't saving enough for retirement — and worse, many …

Retirement

3 strategies to generate wealth

Learn how wealth differs from income, and how you can grow your wealth to enable a more comfortable lifestyle.<p>We all want to make more money—that's …

10 Reasons to Buy Disney Stock and Never Sell

<b>Walt Disney Co</b>.(NYSE: DIS)stock has had a magical effect on investors' portfolios over the long term. It's returned 234% over the 10-year period through Oct. 12, more than twice the S&P 500's 96.4% total return.<p>The entertainment giant's overall business has been performing wonderfully, although its …

Airfare hacks: 5 ways to fly for less | CNN Travel

Editor's Note — This article was originally published in September 2016.<p>(CNN) — Frequent fliers know that in the competitive world of modern airlines, it takes a skilled player to spot the good deals among the gimmicks.<p>In this episode of Business Traveller, we meet with bloggers and aviation …

Microsoft game chief Phil Spencer on openness, HoloLens, and Xbox 1.5

Microsoft has had its fair share of criticism about its platform strategy. Tim Sweeney, CEO of Epic Games, recently blasted Microsoft’s commitment to an open Windows platform. HoloLens may not do much for games at a time when rivals are betting on virtual reality. And Sony continues to lead in …

Windows 10

Three Things You Can Do If You're Behind on Saving for Retirement

“Save early and save often” is one of the few pieces of financial advice almost everyone agrees on. There are <i>huge</i> benefits to starting early. But if …

Robot revolution: 22 stocks to buy

The robot revolution is here -- and it's creating serious money-making opportunities for savvy investors.<p>Innovations like driverless cars, drones and robotic surgical arms are already disrupting how we live our lives. And this is just the beginning.<p>The market for robots and artificial intelligence …

Tech Q&A: Work from home, Windows 10 virtual desktops, Amazon and more

<b>Best options to work from home</b><p><b>Q.</b> I'm going to be stuck at home for quite a while and need to make some money. Are there any jobs I can do from home that aren't scams?<p><b>A.</b> There are plenty of legitimate work-from-home jobs out there. You can be a search engine evaluator with a company like Leapforce …

The 8 smartest things to do with your money in your 30s

What do you do with excess money when you're no longer living paycheck to paycheck? And how do you prepare for big expenses you're bound to face in your 30s?<p>We spoke to Michael Solari, a certified financial planner at Solari Financial Planning, about the smartest things 30-somethings can do with …

Financial Planning

This app can save you $2000 a year

They graduated into a bad economy and don't earn enough. They're entitled Millennials who rely on their parents. They are drowning in college loans. And so on.<p>Maybe the answer is a simpler one: because almost everybody is bad at saving. And that's not our fault. "Beyond a doubt, the human brain …