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How ‘green’ is this Super Bowl? Ocean-friendly straws and Nikola’s hydrogen beer truck try to lower the NFL championship’s carbon footprint
Ditching disposable plastic is one step that SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, the Super Bowl host, is taking as pro sports sync up with changing consumer habits. Read More
Bob Saget’s fatal head injury is a wake-up call for us all
An estimated 1.5 million Americans sustain traumatic brain injuries each year, often from falling. These are the warning signs. Read More
Valentine’s Day could be a $23.9 billion gift to restaurants and retailers
Average American expected to spend $175.41 on dining out, jewelry and candy for Valentine’s Day gifts Read More
Weekend reads: Inflation fear and opportunities for investors
Also, retirement locations, TikTok, a bitcoin stock pick and how to set up a trust. Read More
‘I need to take care of myself or I won’t be able to keep doing this.’ From hard knocks, a financial adviser now helps families with special-needs challenges
Financial planning takes both technical expertise and empathy. Read More
Every point counts: How to improve your credit score
You can score points in the credit game with the right strategies and a few proactive steps. Here’s how. Read More
10 tips for saving money when you travel
Traveling doesn’t have to be as expensive as you might think with these tips for saving money. Read More
Rats got into my car and chewed everything. Will insurance cover it?
The little critters can create big headaches for drivers by chewing through wires around the engine. It can happen to any car in urban or rural areas in the country. Read More
I have $1 million and a $100,000-a-year pension. My girlfriend and I are getting married, but she’s against a prenup. What should I do?
‘I fear that even though she will eventually have more assets than me, if her mom puts her business in a trust, I would not be entitled to anything in a divorce.’ Read More
Crypto couple had Russian bank accounts and traveled to Ukraine to collect fake IDs, feds say — ‘Pulled from the pages of a spy novel’
Prosecutors say there is overwhelming evidence that Ilya Lichtenstein and Heather Morgan, charged in a billion-dollar crypto heist, are major flight risks and their bail needs to be rescinded Read More