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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

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

Never Mind the Social Security Increase---Many Retirees Will Live in Poverty

A study finds that about 40% of middle-class Americans will end up living close to or in poverty by age 65......»»

Category: topSource: barronsNov 16th, 2018

Corrected study: Building, mining have high suicide rates

U.S. health officials say the workers with the highest suicide rates have construction, mining and drilling jobs......»»

Category: topSource: foxnewsNov 15th, 2018

Almost all of Sen. Harris’s $2.8 trillion tax plan would help middle and working class, study finds

But the legislation is complicated, its price-tag is high, and the bill does little to help the very poorest Americans......»»

Category: topSource: washpostNov 15th, 2018

Almost all of Sen. Harris’s $2.8 trillion tax plan would help middle and working class, study finds

But the legislation is complicated, its price-tag is high, and the bill does little to help the very poorest Americans......»»

Category: topSource: washpostNov 15th, 2018

Study Finds 3 In 4 Irish People Would Not Consider A Career In Blockchain

Despite European spend on blockchain set to soar to €3.5 billion in the next five years, a lack of understanding of how the technology works is holding Irish people back from pursuing  a career in blockchain Dublin.....»»

Category: blogSource: valuewalkNov 15th, 2018

What It Will Take to Lure Women Into the US Labor Force

Women joining the workforce may be a key part of U.S. economic growth. The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco has a new study that indicates what it will take to bring the women back......»»

Category: blogSource: 247wallstNov 14th, 2018

U.S. Has Twice the Overdose Death Rate of Other Wealthy Nations, New Study Finds

In the U.S. in 2015, drug overdoses accounted for 35 deaths in 100,000 men and 20 deaths in every 100,000 women. The United States has mor.....»»

Category: europeSource: fortuneNov 13th, 2018

Social Media Linked To Loneliness And Depression, New Study Finds

Authored by Mac Slavo via SHTF.....»»

Category: blogSource: zerohedgeNov 13th, 2018

Malaysia says it wants to reclaim fees, consequential losses from Goldman over 1MDB deals

Malaysia wants to reclaim from Goldman Sachs Group Inc the fees the U.S. bank received for helping state fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) [TERRN.UL] raise money as well as consequential losses, Minister of Finance Lim Guan Eng said on Tuesday......»»

Category: topSource: reutersNov 13th, 2018

Goldman Sachs bankers "cheated" Malaysia over 1MDB: PM Mahathir

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said bankers at Goldman Sachs Group Inc "cheated" the country in dealings with state fund 1MDB and that U.S. authorities have promised to help return the fees the Wall Street bank earned from the fund......»»

Category: topSource: reutersNov 13th, 2018

Poll finds huge support for Gateway Project—even in PA

The public sees funding for the nation's biggest infrastructure project as a black-and-white decision, not a red and blue one, a new study found.The Gateway Program Development Corporation, a joint... To view the full story, click the title link......»»

Category: blogSource: crainsnewyorkNov 13th, 2018

The New York Post: Driverless cars will lead to more sex in cars, study finds

People will be more likely to eat, sleep and engage in on-the-road hanky-panky when robot cars become the new normal, according to research published in the most recent issue of the journal Annals of Tourism Research......»»

Category: topSource: marketwatchNov 12th, 2018