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Today is Wednesday May 11th and it’s National Eat What You Want Day, so maybe it’s time to get some pizzas made by a robot and delivered by drone. Today is also Alvaro Bedoya’s confirmation vote at the Federal Trade Commission, but Republicans have called for his name to be removed, so anything can happen. …

If you are unemployed, you will struggle to cover your expenses. At some point, you may decide to borrow money from a direct lender. Will it be easy to do? It depends on many factors. Getting payday loans for unemployed can be a reasonable solution to your financial problems. But this can come with high …

As someone with oily skin, I have always opted for skincare products with specific mattifying and anti-sebum properties. That is until I came across the K-beauty phenomenon that is “glass skin” (initiated by Peach & Lily founder Alicia Yoon), which refers to a reflective glow of dewy light that , as its name suggests, resembles …

On April 25, 2022, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced plans to revitalize its authority to scrutinize “non-bank” financial companies that pose risks to consumers. Although the CFPB has held this authority since its creation in 2010, the agency has rarely invoked it, leaving it largely “dormant”. The CFPB’s announcement marks a possible reversal …

A recent study found that Gen Xers (42-57) are the generation least likely to know when they want to retire and how much money they’ll need to do so. The typical Gen X household has about $64,000 in retirement savings, not nothing, but not enough to generate much income. He also found that 20% of …