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Elon Musk Continues to Fight It Out with the SEC

Elon Musk's highly publicized battle with the SEC continues, sending investors scrambling. But is it a problem for Tesla or just a problem for Elon Musk himself? Due to repeated issues with the billionaire's aggressive tweeting habits, the SEC has had him on a more restrictive digital leash. It's now accusing him of being in contempt of a prior court order, by refusing to have his tweets reviewed before they're sent out. It doesn't appear as though Musk is going to play ball, and the SEC may need to find new ways to rein him in. Elon Musk Ordered to ...Continue reading

The Average Person Spends HOW MUCH Per Day? How do You Stack Up?

$164.55. That’s how much the average American spends each day when you factor in prorated costs such as housing, groceries, cell phone usage, gas, car payments, utilities, entertainment, insurance and various other expenses, according to a recent study conducted by GoBankingRates. For some, this is nothing more than chump change. For others, however, it can add up significantly over the course of a month, quarter and year — and possibly even affect credit scores and other accounts. Think of it this way. If you’re an average American, that means you’re spending $1,151.85 per week, $4,607.40 per month and nearly $60,000 ...Continue reading

New Proposal Offers Family Leave in Exchange for Delayed Social Security

The U.S. is the only developed country in the world that doesn't mandate employers to offer paid leave time for new parents. Yes, that's right, while employers — by law — must allow a new mother to take up to 12 weeks off after giving birth or adopting, there is no law stating that this time off must be paid. To pay or not to pay is left up to the specific employer. It's a far cry from other countries, like Finland, where new mothers are allowed up to 3 years of paid leave. New moms in the U.K. get ...Continue reading

Disney to Takeover Fox as of March 20th: What Happens Next?

It's been coming for a while: the Disney takeover of Fox is finally here. Under an incredible $71 billion deal that's been in the works since 2017, Disney will own 30 percent of Hulu, 20th Century Fox, and the Fox Television Group -- dramatically increasing its market share. All of this is going to lead to some interesting changes in the movie, television and streaming services industries. Disney has always been a prominent presence in our media, but that presence is about to explode -- leaving consumers and investors alike with a lot of questions. Let's take a look at ...Continue reading

Why Glaukos is Soaring in the Stock Market Right Now

Glaukos (GKOS) is a glaucoma treatment business headquartered in San Clemente, CA. The company's stock is currently priced around $64 after soaring more than 16 percent last month. All in all, Glaukos has increased more than 110 percent across the past year. Let's take a look at what is responsible for this boost and whether the stock can go even higher. Glaukos has emerged as quite the intriguing company in the glaucoma space. Company executives describe their mission as developing and commercializing breakthrough surgical devices and therapies to treat glaucoma. The majority of Glaukos' impressive February stock market performance can ...Continue reading

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