The New York Post: New York City’s private school headmasters are raking in huge salaries

They are masters of the fat paycheck. The headmasters of New York City’s toniest private schools are raking in salaries, bonuses and benefits up to $1 million — five times what the leaders of the city’s best public high schools get annually. Many also get perks like free housing, housekeeping, or reimbursement for gym and […]

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Airbnb guests spend less money in black and Hispanic neighborhoods

Last year, Airbnb partnered with the NAACP to help encourage more people of color to list their properties on the short-term rental site. The hope was that this would benefit not only African-American and Hispanic property owners, but also nearby businesses given that 50% of guest spending occurs in the neighborhoods where guests stay, according […]

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CPPB says Department of Education is obstructing suit against student loan giant

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is accusing the Department of Education of getting in the way of its lawsuit against a student loan giant. The accusation from the consumer watchdog comes in a case the agency filed last year against Navient, alleging the student loan company caused borrowers to struggle unnecessarily by steering them towards […]

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Would we mock Kylie Jenner’s $900 million fortune if her name was Kyle?

It didn’t take long for Kylie Jenner to become the latest target of the internet outrage machine this week after Forbes bestowed the 20-year-old with the title of one of America’s richest self-made women. Almost immediately, a rash of headlines appeared about the social media backlash to Jenner’s appearance on the list. Dictonary.com even weighed […]

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New Yorkers are sleep deprived, stressed and their health is suffering as a result

New York is the city that never sleeps. But some New Yorkers have a different theory. “New York is a city that never stops,” says Lindsay Goldwert. an editorial director at Stash who also hosts a podcast, “Teach Me How to Money.” She’s not wrong: It’s a city with more than 8.5 million people who […]

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Retirement Weekly: What if they gave a bear market and no one came?

Free Preview For full access, Log in or Subscribe Now and get 4 weeks free! How worried should retirees be that the Chinese stock market is now in a bear market—having dropped by more than 20%? It’s an important question because it seems like few others are even paying attention. Wall Street appears to be […]

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Renters, this is how many years it takes to save up for a down payment on a home

For renters who want to own their homes one day, the journey to build up enough savings for a down payment will be a long one. A new report from Zillow Z, -1.38%  subsidiary HotPads, a rental search website, looked at the average renter nationwide to see how long it would take them to build […]

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Meet the man who makes $1,500 a month from a side hustle selling live crickets

At 4 a.m. Jeff Neal is wide awake in his dining room with a large cup of coffee beside him as he answers emails about thriving cricket business. By 7 a.m., he’s at his full-time job as a project estimator at PennCoat Inc., a painting and flooring company in Landisville, Pa. “I have been side […]

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