If you want to retire on dividend income, then you probably need to avoid S&P 500 stocks altogether. Collectively they yield 1.9% today. This means that a million dollars invested will generate just $19,000
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CBD will finally no longer be in a legal gray area Congress just reached an agreement on proposed legislation that could make hemp legal to grow in the United States for the first time in nearly a century.
This week, the food giant reached a settlement that will change a 150-year-old tradition. A story that every entrepreneur should hear--it may save your business someday. After introducing the idea of soup
Achieving more often means taking a good look at how what you're doing is holding you back. It would be nice if evolving into the best version of yourself happened naturally without your having to do Alas,
You’ve heard the adage: “Good engineers code. Great engineers ship.” Most techie adages don’t really fit fuzzies, but this one does. Good writers write. Great writers publish. The difference between creating
During colonial rule in Africa, thousands of cultural artefacts were plundered. African countries want them back and major museums across Europe have agreed to loan the famous Benin Bronzes back to Nigeria.
LeBron James was an 18-year-old senior in high school when he was drafted into the NBA by the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2003. The expectations seemed nearly impossible to meet, as ESPN broadcast his high
You might need to live with mom, and forge some partnerships. But it's totally doable! For young people saddled with student loan debt, rising housing costs, and wage stagnation, the prospect of starting
Five years ago, I came across an article in the New York Times about a spate of robberies in the Bronx. It was the kind of story that has been a staple in the metro sections of newspapers since there been
If there's anything true about high tech, it's that the big fortunes are made when a new technology disrupts an existing industry. The money to be made is greatest when 1) the industry being disrupted