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Student loan borrowers rushed to the Federal Student Aid website following debt cancellation announcement swamping the site with technical issues.
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'FAFSA down': The Federal Student Aid website crashes after getting swamped following Biden's loan forgiveness decision

'FAFSA down': The Federal Student Aid website crashes after getting swamped following Biden's loan forgiveness decision

Student loan borrowers rushed to the Federal Student Aid website following debt cancellation announcement swamping the site with technical issues.

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Big single-family landlords like Pretium Partners prepare to snap up more houses from homebuilders as the market slows
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Big single-family landlords like Pretium Partners prepare to snap up more houses from homebuilders as the market slows

With fewer individual buyers lining up for new homes, builders could turn to big companies that buy properties and operate them as rentals.

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From toilet paper to candy bars, companies hide rising costs by shrinking the size of everyday products. Here's what that looks like.

From toilet paper to candy bars, companies hide rising costs by shrinking the size of everyday products. Here's what that looks like.

The prices of consumer goods are increasing, from food to household necessities. Some companies are hiding this by shrinking product sizes instead.

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A furnished-apartment startup just raised $125 million, betting that more renters would rather bounce from home to home across the country than be burdened by yearlong leases
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A furnished-apartment startup just raised $125 million, betting that more renters would rather bounce from home to home across the country than be burdened by yearlong leases

Landing has expanded into 33 new cities and says memberships grew 380% in the last year. Adam Neumann's new company, Flow, also touts flexible living.

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More than one-third of US states may follow California and ban the sale of new gasoline-powered cars. Here are the states that may be next.

More than one-third of US states may follow California and ban the sale of new gasoline-powered cars. Here are the states that may be next.

California is expected to officially ban the sale of gas-powered cars by 2035. Experts say more than a dozen other states may do the same.

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New data shows that VC investment in the foodtech sector has fallen for the fourth straight quarter. Now, the restaurant tech startups that benefited from the pandemic are feeling the pinch.
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New data shows that VC investment in the foodtech sector has fallen for the fourth straight quarter. Now, the restaurant tech startups that benefited from the pandemic are feeling the pinch.

Foodtech startups like Reef, Lunchbox, and Nextbite raised millions to change how we dined. Now they're being hit with layoffs and loss of funding.

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I took out $40,000 in student loans 10 years ago. I've barely made a dent, but I don't qualify for relief.

I took out $40,000 in student loans 10 years ago. I've barely made a dent, but I don't qualify for relief.

McKenzie Decoite is a preschool teacher and mother of two. She took out $40,000 in student loans and has $34,000 to still pay off.

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Tech layoffs are increasingly common and yet research shows that demand for talent remains strong. Here's what job seekers need to know
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Tech layoffs are increasingly common and yet research shows that demand for talent remains strong. Here's what job seekers need to know

Big tech companies like Oracle and Netflix have laid off workers. But job postings for the industry have risen and headhunters remain confident.

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