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  • 10 affordable spots for summer vacation. As we approach the July 4th weekend, the best summer travel deals are shaping up in big cities and breezy mountain towns. Even if you’ve been dreaming of sand and surf, these urban and hilltop…
  • What the new fiduciary rule means for your retirement. Post columnist Michelle Singletary offers her advice and answers your questions about the Department of Labor's fiduciary rule. Barbara Roper, director of investor protection  from Consumers Federation of America, weighs in to answer consumers' questions.
  • Mejorar a Uber está en tus manos. Lo más seguro es que te asombres cada vez que sale a la luz alguna revelación sobre la toxicidad de Uber. Después de reportes de acoso sexual y discriminación dentro de la empresa, el 13…
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  • Trump wants to hide your complaints about Wall Street. The U.S. Department of the Treasury formally recommended that Congress and the White House stop public access to a database that collects consumer complaints about financial companies, tracks responses, and records whether consumers end up satisfied. The Treasury…
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  • Trump's Wall Street game plan needs players. Wall Street banks on Tuesday cheered U.S. President Donald Trump's plans to loosen the leash put on them in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis but they do not expect significant change any time…
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  • Privatizing FAA could mean higher costs for consumers. Claiming it will mean higher costs for already overcharged flyers, Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) came out Sunday against President Donald Trump’s plan to privatize the air traffic control system.
  • Uber’s board shakes up company leadership. Uber’s board of directors shook up the company’s leadership Sunday in an effort to revive the fortunes of the ride-hailing service, which had been struggling to recover from a series of scandals, including allegations of…
 

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