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Pickup Trucks Help Drive Average Transaction Price Strength, According to Kelley Blue Book

Pickup Trucks Help Drive Average Transaction Price Strength, According to Kelley Blue Book

The estimated average transaction price for light vehicles in the United States was $35,635 in May 2018, according to Kelley Blue Book. America’s love of pickup trucks and SUVs is helping to keep that figure high, and growing. New-vehicle prices increased by $1,187 (up 3.4 percent) from May 2017, while falling $145 (down 0.4 percent) from last month. “Average transaction prices rose a healthy 3 percent […]

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Kelley Blue Book Finds the Best New-Car Deals for June 2018

Kelley Blue Book Finds the Best New-Car Deals for June 2018

From smart SUVs and compact cars to fun-to-drive luxury models, this month’s 10 Best deals run the gamut. The expert editors at Kelley Blue Book have compiled a list of their top 10 lease, financing and cash back deals for new models available through June 2018 to help car buyers narrow down their summer shopping list. “Even though we’re […]

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Simple Steps for Reducing the Risk of Cancer

Simple Steps for Reducing the Risk of Cancer

A comprehensive analysis of research on lifestyle factors and cancer prevention, released internationally recently, confirms the critical links between cancer diagnoses and diet, physical activity and weight. Independent experts from across the globe reviewed decades of scientific evidence to develop the most reliable cancer prevention advice currently available, summarized in 10 cancer prevention recommendations. The […]

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Gig Economy Blues

Gig Economy Blues

Around 3.8 percent of workers—or 5.9 million persons–held what are called “contingent jobs” in May of last year, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports. These contingent workers are persons who do not expect their jobs to last or who report that their jobs are temporary. In other words, these are “gigs” not proper jobs. […]

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Millennials are Better Prepared for Retirement than Their Parents, According to J.D. Power Study

Millennials are Better Prepared for Retirement than Their Parents, According to J.D. Power Study

“Best prepared for retirement.” That’s not a superlative one might expect to describe Millennials, but according to the J.D. Power 2018 Group Retirement Satisfaction Study, it’s true. Millennials are most likely of all demographic groups to have set specific retirement goals and have the highest amount of savings—relative to age—in group retirement plans. The inaugural study […]

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When Lenders Use Alternative Credit Data, More Consumers Are Approved

When Lenders Use Alternative Credit Data, More Consumers Are Approved

Most lenders use standard credit report data to approve, or deny, consumers credit. The problem is, some perfectly credit-worthy people get left out in the cold. A new study sheds light on some new solutions. Credit bureau Experian, at its 37th annual Vision Conference, announced the launch of its first-ever State of Alternative Credit Data report, examining lender […]

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One-in-Four American Family Caregivers is a Millennial, According to AARP

One-in-Four American Family Caregivers is a Millennial, According to AARP

One-in-four of the nearly 40 million family caregivers in America is a millennial. AARP’s latest report, “Millennials: The Emerging Generation of Family Caregivers,” spotlights the unique experiences and challenges this generation faces as more support a parent, grandparent, friend or neighbor with basic living and medical needs. According to the report, millennials are more likely to […]

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Are You Afraid of What’s In Your Hot Dog?

Are You Afraid of What’s In Your Hot Dog?

The question that instills fear in the hearts of four in 10 Americans: What’s in your hot dog? As Americans get ready to fire up their grills this summer, natural and organic meat company Applegate announces new survey findings that illustrate just how petrified people truly are about ingredients in a favorite grilling staple, hot dogs. […]

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More Than 1 in 3 Healthcare Organizations Have Suffered a Cyberattack, According to Imperva Survey

More Than 1 in 3 Healthcare Organizations Have Suffered a Cyberattack, According to Imperva Survey

More than one in three healthcare organizations have suffered a cyberattack within the last year, while almost one in 10 have paid a ransom or extortion fee, according to the results of a survey from cybersecurity solutions provider Imperva. That’s right: nearly 10% of healthcare providers have paid off cyber thieves who were holding valuable […]

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