List/Grid Monthly Archives: July 2018

The New York Post: ‘Stand your ground’ law to protect Florida parking-lot shooter from prosecution

The New York Post: ‘Stand your ground’ law to protect Florida parking-lot shooter from prosecution

Markeis McGlockton retreats to a Clearwater, Fla., convenience store apparently after having been shot by a man whom he had shoved to the ground after an argument over a parking… Read more »

In One Chart: Jamie Dimon was best-paid bank CEO last year — wait till you see who came in fourth

In One Chart: Jamie Dimon was best-paid bank CEO last year — wait till you see who came in fourth

JPMorgan Chase Co.’s JPM, +1.26% chief executive, Jamie Dimon, was the highest-paid CEO in the U.S. banking sector last year, snagging a tidy $28.3 million in total compensation, up 3.9%… Read more »

She posted a photo on Facebook moments before taking her own life — it took her family days to remove it

She posted a photo on Facebook moments before taking her own life — it took her family days to remove it

Gillian Luchejko, a 46-year-old client services manager in New Jersey, first found out her sister Pamela Elarabi posted a photo of herself on the social-networking site Facebook as she prepared… Read more »

In One Chart: Jamie Dimon was best-paid bank CEO last year — you might want to know who came in fourth

In One Chart: Jamie Dimon was best-paid bank CEO last year — you might want to know who came in fourth

JPMorgan Chase Co.’s JPM, +1.26% chief executive, Jamie Dimon, was the highest-paid CEO in the U.S. banking sector last year, snagging a tidy $28.3 million in total compensation, up 3.9%… Read more »

Outside the Box: The 4% rule for retirement savings desperately needs to be modernized

Outside the Box: The 4% rule for retirement savings desperately needs to be modernized

The longstanding 4% rule was developed in the mid-1990s to answer the question, “How much can I safely withdraw from my retirement savings each year and have my nest egg… Read more »

Scientists from five universities say doing one simple thing every day could add years to your life

Scientists from five universities say doing one simple thing every day could add years to your life

Want to prolong your life? Put some pep in your step. Walking at an average pace was linked to a 20% reduction in the risk of mortality compared with walking… Read more »

Women make this judgement call about men who drive flashy cars

Women make this judgement call about men who drive flashy cars

Flashy men are not fooling anyone. Least of all, women. Men who drive fast cars and like to live large are regarded as being more interested in short-term hook-ups or… Read more »

Economic Preview: Economy seen busting out with 4% GDP, but it won’t mean squat without an encore

Economic Preview: Economy seen busting out with 4% GDP, but it won’t mean squat without an encore

Growth in the U.S. economy surged the spring like a Mississippi riverboat. The economy hit the gas pedal in the spring and may have ripped off one of the fastest… Read more »

Market Snapshot: Stock market continues to ignore threats from trade war

Market Snapshot: Stock market continues to ignore threats from trade war

A recent survey by Bank of America Merrill Lynch found that more than 80% of professional fund managers say that a trade war is their biggest concern, yet you wouldn’t… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Facebook suspends another analytics firm over data practices

The Wall Street Journal: Facebook suspends another analytics firm over data practices

Facebook Inc. suspended another company that harvested data from its site and said it was investigating whether the analytics firm’s contracts with the U.S. government and a Russian nonprofit tied… Read more »

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