Warren Buffett says this is the strongest argument he can muster against ever buying stocks with borrowed cash. See full story.
NRA backlash: United, Delta are latest companies to dump gun lobby promotions
United Airlines is the latest, and among the biggest, in a string of companies cutting largely promotional ties with the National Rifle Association in the wake of last week’s mass shooting at a Florida high school. See full story.
Why a spike in the 10-year Treasury yield to 3% won’t be a death knell for stocks
It’s been rough patch for stocks with the Dow and the S&P 500 at risk of posting their first monthly loss in a year as investors fret about accelerating inflation and a spike in bond yields. But most Wall Street strategists believe that fears about inflation may be overblown and it will be a while before the 10-year Treasury yield hits 3%—a level that has often heralded a bear market in the past. See full story.
Delta passengers were trapped on runway for 12 hours — but did they get compensation?
The Department of Transportation is trying to roll back regulations on delays. See full story.
Here’s a straightforward retirement income strategy for workers with no pension
How to ‘pensionize’ any IRA or 401(k) plan. See full story.
Individuals with ALS say they aren’t benefiting from the Ice Bucket Challenge donations that poured into the nonprofit ALS Association. See full story.