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Tampa metro has some of the highest bank fees in the U.S., study finds

Bank and credit union customers in the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater metro area pay an average of $34.73 for an overdraft fee, one of the highest rates in the United States, a new study from financial website DepositAccount.com finds. Local financial i.....»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsJul 12th, 2018

Christmas Eve Presents Highest Risk of Holiday Heart Attack, Study Finds

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Category: europeSource: fortuneDec 17th, 2018

New York tied with Tampa for fastest growth in health care prices

Health care prices in the New York metro area increased 22% from 2012 to 2016. The region tied Tampa, Fla., for the fastest spending growth in the U.S., according to a new study by the Health Care... To view the full story, click the title link......»»

Category: blogSource: crainsnewyorkOct 29th, 2018

Cyber Criminals Can Buy Passports On The Dark Web For As Little As $15, Study Finds

Are you a convicted felon who has dreams of traveling abroad? Or a cybercriminal looking to set up a legitimate bank account into which you can deposit .....»»

Category: blogSource: zerohedgeOct 5th, 2018

Phoenix has some of the highest bank fees

Phoenix has some of the highest bank fees in the country, according to a new analysis from financial website Deposit Accounts. With its mix of average overdraft, ATM and monthly fees, Phoenix has the fifth highest bank fees, just behind four Flori.....»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsJul 12th, 2018

2016 Trump support was greatest in areas with highest rates of painkiller use, study finds

2016 Trump support was greatest in areas with highest rates of painkiller use, study finds.....»»

Category: topSource: washpostJun 22nd, 2018

Some millennials might never recover from the Great Recession

A recent study from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis finds that some Millennials born in the 1980s may never make up the wealth they lost during the Great Recession......»»

Category: topSource: moneycentralMay 24th, 2018

Some millennials might never recover from the Great Recession

A recent study from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis finds that some Millennials born in the 1980s may never make up the wealth they lost during the Great Recession......»»

Category: topSource: moneycentralMay 24th, 2018

Dayton rents continue to rise, see highest increase in U.S. for second time

A study from a Madison, Wis.-based apartment database found for the second consecutive month, rental prices in April for the Dayton region increased more than any other metro area in the country......»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsMay 2nd, 2018

Boston or D.C. ‘most likely to win’ Amazon’s HQ2, report finds

The Boston and Washington, D.C. metro areas are the “most likely candidates” to win Amazon.com Inc.’s proposed second headquarters, a study from New York-based The Conference Board concludes, based on real-time labor demand and advertised onlin.....»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsApr 19th, 2018

Hollywood’s More Diverse, But There’s Room for Improvement, Study Concludes

Films with 31% to 40% minority casts had the highest median global box office receipts. Hollywood is starting to look a bit more like the people it depicts. UCLA today released its annual Ho.....»»

Category: europeSource: fortune6 hr. 2 min. ago

STEM Careers Are Even Harder On Parents Than We Thought, Study Finds

Many new parents leave STEM fields shortly after having their first child The future, as anyone who has sought career counseling in the last 20 years knows, is in STEM. Good jobs in science,.....»»

Category: topSource: timeFeb 20th, 2019

Former Barclays chairman "not aware" of Qatar fee document, court told

Barclays' former chairman, giving evidence in a landmark London fraud trial, said he first saw a document detailing agreed fees for Qatari investors in the British bank four years after the payment was agreed......»»

Category: topSource: reutersFeb 20th, 2019

Password managers have a security flaw. But you should still use one.

Exclusive: A new study finds bugs in five of the most-popular password managers. So how is it safe to keep all your eggs in one basket?.....»»

Category: topSource: washpostFeb 19th, 2019

Password managers have a security flaw. But you should still use one.

Exclusive: A new study finds bugs in five of the most-popular password managers. So how is it safe to keep all your eggs in one basket?.....»»

Category: topSource: washpostFeb 19th, 2019

JPMorgan report: Tampa’s female small business owners see less first year revenue than men

A three-year JPMorgan Chase Institute study found that women small business owners in Tampa make $17,000 less than their male counterparts in first year revenues, but still experience the same survival rates. The study found that women saw first y.....»»

Category: topSource: bizjournalsFeb 18th, 2019

New Study Exposes How 21st Century Capitalists Game The US Tax System

A new study finds that the increase in income inequality has more to do with a different group of earners (not necessarily idle millionaires): America's “working rich," according to a report co-authored by Princeton University......»»

Category: blogSource: zerohedgeFeb 17th, 2019

Capitol Report: Study finds Japanese, German imports would get slammed by new auto tariffs

With the U.S. Commerce Department expected to recommend tariffs on the auto industry, a new report estimates that imports would drop dramatically if an additional 25% tariff is imposed......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchFeb 15th, 2019

New Study Finds 41% Increase In Cancer Risk From Roundup"s Glyphosate

A comprehensive analysis of glyphosate - the most widely used weed-killing chemical in the world - reveals that those wit.....»»

Category: blogSource: zerohedgeFeb 14th, 2019

Two-Thirds Of All US Bankruptcies Are Primarily Caused By Medical Bills, New Study Finds

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Category: blogSource: zerohedgeFeb 14th, 2019

Love & Money: Marrying a man with good prospects is still a woman’s primary route to the 1%

The glass ceiling is even more depressing for the 1%, a new study finds......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchFeb 14th, 2019