Most stories about Americans and retirement contain words like “crisis,” “poverty” and “horror.” Not this one. While many people are still not saving enough for their golden years, many of them are getting better at doing so — and hopeful signs abound. Today, American households headed by individuals between the ages of 35 and 64
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San Francisco’s public transit service, BART, stopped running early Saturday, halting all train traffic for several hours before “limited service” was restored. Bay Area Rapid Transit said Saturday that crews working overnight on BART’s uninterruptible power supply ran into problems that impacted the power supply system and train control routing system. Without these systems, a
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There’s little question that technology is shaping the future of our work, our play and even how we form opinions. But who is shaping that technology? It’s been quite an economic run. The stock market has been climbing for a decade, and in that time, tech companies like Apple, Alphabet, Amazon and Facebook have gone
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Tech giant Microsoft is taking legal action against Foxconn parent Hon Hai, after the Taiwanese consumer-electronics manufacturer allegedly failed to comply with a patent-licensing agreement from 2013. In a Friday court filing, Microsoft accused Foxconn of failing to provide twice-yearly royalty reports concerning certain unspecified products and has not made royalty payments on time. The
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An ongoing cryptocurrency bear market is not dampening interest for Fidelity’s new institutional cryptocurrency products. Fidelity Digital Assets, a new company created by the investing giant last year, has quietly rolled out its cryptocurrency custody and trade execution operations. In the past few months it has been up and running with institutional investors like hedge
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