As current bundles and promotions expire, the Stamford, Conn., company will transition customers to a new — and newly priced — array of service packages, and that will mean price hikes for many people.
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“It’s gotten a lot cheaper…to get fresh beef at your local butcher and go home and grill it,” Wendy’s executives said during a conference call with analysts.
You’ve probably heard of banks, but you might not be as familiar with credit unions. They are financial institutions too, but are not-for-profit organizations owned by all of its members versus for profit organizations owned by a handful or small …
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THE PUNISHMENT FOR RIPPING YOU OFF? $124 million payday for Wells Fargo exec who led fake accounts unit
Carrie Tolstedt has made a fortune presiding over Wells Fargo’s efforts to aggressively sell multiple accounts to each of its millions of customers.
In reality, it turns out that having a child can have a pretty strong negative impact on a person’s happiness, according to a new study.
From the Los Angeles Times:
“What are current or former bank customers to do if they think bogus accounts might have been opened in their names, exposing them to fees and other expenses?”
There’s a new tax break for couples who don’t tie the knot.
“…since the truth didn’t come out until the girl was 11 and his name remains on the birth certificate, he is legally obligated to keep paying child support until she turns 19.”