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Why rich people like the Kardashians are obsessed with a brain scan to see how they handle emotional stress

“You worry, and you can be anxious, and you’ve had trauma,” Khloé's doctor explains using data from her brain scan.

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The post-pandemic economy could mean more 'inflationary headwinds,' a Fed bank president says

Richmond Federal Reserve Bank President Thomas Barkin cautioned against ignoring disinflationary forces.

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Two cases will determine if social media companies including Google and Facebook can be sued for the content they host

Relatives of two people killed in terror attacks are accusing Google, Twitter, and Facebook for mishandling of content and asking that the platforms be held accountable.

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Your smartphone is still ruining the planet, but there may be a more sustainable solution

Consumers are finally getting more sustainable personal electronics, but it’s taken a long time. Here’s why.

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U.K. minister vows 'no more distractions' after scrapping key U.K. tax provision

Kwarteng's remarks come days after Prime Minister Liz Truss announced her economic package that sent markets spiraling.

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If you’re drowning in credit card debt, balance transfers can help you take back control

If you’re feeling overwhelmed with debt, a balance transfer can help.

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This crypto ad got Kim Kardashian fined $1.26 million by the SEC

Kim Kardashian is only the latest celebrity influencer to get fined by the SEC over a cryptocurrency ad.

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The return to office compromise created a nightmare for middle managers

Middle managers aren't thrilled with hybrid work.

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A century-old theater in Hungary is closing for the winter because its utility bills went up 8 fold as Europe weathers a brutal energy crisis

Exponentially rising energy bills have made heating the 1,800-seat building unsustainable.

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It costs around $50,000 a month to keep Bel Air mega-mansion ‘The One’ cool in the summer

Estate could use roughly the same amount of energy as 40 2,500-square foot homes—or more!