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Rachel Curry

Rachel Curry is a Pennsylvania-based content writer and journalist talking all things money. She seeks to create equity in a world where financial literacy is not the norm. You can connect with her on Twitter at @writingsofrach.

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  • Tesla vehicle in front of building
    Billionaires

    Elon Musk Bought Tesla Ownership Stake in the Early Years, Has Served as CEO Since

    With Elon Musk buying Twitter outright, investors have one main question. Did the Tesla CEO Musk buy Tesla in its early years? Here's what we know.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Tablet with Squarespace site on screen
    Stocks & Markets

    Is Squarespace Stock (SQSP) Overvalued After the Latest Rally?

    Squarespace (SQSP) is on a steep upward ride. Does the rally suggest SQSP stock is overvalued?
    By Rachel Curry
  • A stack of baby formula
    Stocks & Markets

    Baby Formula Stocks: Impact Investing Could Help Resolve the Shortage

    What if your investment portfolio could help resolve the baby formula shortage? Here’s whether investing in baby formula stocks makes a difference.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Madonna x Beeple Mother of Creation
    NFTs

    Want to Bid on Madonna's Virtual Vagina? Sale Price for NFT Collection

    Madonna’s NFT collection, created in partnership with Beeple, has launched in auction. What's the NFT sale price? Here's what we know.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Getaround logo over image of car and person holding phone with the Getaround app
    IPOs

    Getaround SPAC Is Coming: Details on Car-Sharing Brand’s Market Debut

    Car-sharing company Getaround is going public. Here are details on the Getaround SPAC price and date. Let's see what investors can expect.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Tether coin
    Cryptocurrency & Blockchain

    Why Did Tether (USDT) Depeg From the U.S. Dollar?

    Stablecoin Tether (USDT) has depegged from the U.S. dollar. Why was it depegged from the dollar? Here's what investors can expect.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Mario Batali
    Net Worth

    What Is American Chef Mario Batali’s Net Worth?

    American chef Mario Batali has been acquitted in a sexual misconduct case. Here's a look at his net worth and court acquittal in detail.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Coinbase graphic and logo
    Cryptocurrency Exchanges

    Coinbase Isn’t Going Bankrupt — Consumers May Be at Risk If It Does

    A recent Coinbase disclosure prompted questions about the crypto exchange’s future. Executives say it isn't going bankrupt, but consumers could be at risk if it does.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Cathie Wood speaking on stage
    News

    Cathie Wood Sold Tesla — Reasons Behind Her Move

    Ark Invest CEO Cathie Wood traded Tesla for another EV stock. What’s her reasoning and will her flagship ARK Innovation ETF recover?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Beagle logo over image of person smiling while on computer
    Retirement

    Is Beagle 401(k) Safe to Use? A Review of the "Financial Concierge"

    Many people want to know if Beagle 401(k) accounts are legit and safe to use. Here’s the rundown. It's important to trust the company that holds your retirement savings account.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Rural general store
    Company & Industry Overviews

    Amazon Delivers to Rural Areas — Here's How the Program Works

    Amazon’s new delivery program uses local stores to get packages to residents in rural areas. Here's how Amazon's delivery system works.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Tesla Gigafactory Shanghai
    Stocks & Markets

    Tesla Shanghai Supply Chain Issues Cause Another Production Halt — Will It Last?

    Tesla has paused production at its Shanghai plant again, this time for supply chain issues. How long will the production halt last this time?
    By Rachel Curry
  • U.S. Treasury building
    U.S. Economy & Politics

    When Will Rising Bond Yields Peak? Impacts Stock Market and Investors

    The 10-year Treasury yield is at its highest level in years. When will bond yields peak? Bond markets have a great impact on the stock market.
    By Rachel Curry
  • suburb neighborhood intersection with houses on corner
    Real Estate

    Home Sellers Drop Prices, Housing Market Is Still Red Hot

    Homebuyers aren’t out of the woods just yet. Despite home sellers dropping prices at a record pace, the housing market is still sizzling.
    By Rachel Curry
  • An illustration of people doing virtual mental health therapy
    Company & Industry Overviews

    Investments in Mental Health Companies Grow, Industry Stocks to Follow Suit

    Investors are becoming more interested in mental health companies. Here are mental health stocks to consider for your portfolio as the segment materializes.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Auxin Solar panels
    Green Energy Stocks

    Solar Energy Stocks Are Under Circumstantial Stress, But They’ll Recover

    Because of a U.S. investigation and a company called Auxin Solar, the entire solar industry is under circumstantial stress. Here’s why solar energy stocks will recover.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Sign reading Howard Schultz Starbucks' Union-buster-in-chief
    Company & Industry Overviews

    Starbucks Raised Pay for Non-Unionized Stores in Alleged Union-Busting Attempt

    Starbucks raised wages for its workers — except those at unionized locations. Is it an obvious union busting tactic? Here are all of the latest details.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Russian oligarch Suleiman Kerimov
    Net Worth

    Russian Oligarch Suleiman Kerimov's Net Worth Makes Him a Billionaire

    Yet another Russian oligarch had his yacht seized on foreign land. This time, it’s Suleiman Kerimov, a billionaire whose net worth likely won’t waver.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Peloton equipment
    Stocks & Markets

    Peloton Is Eyeing Buyers, Potentially Selling Up to 20 Percent Stake

    Peloton (PTON) appears ready to sell — if not in full, at least in part. Who will buy the stake, worth as much as 20 percent? Here's what to expect.
    By Rachel Curry
  • California Governor Gavin Newsom
    Cryptocurrency Regulations

    California Crypto Regulations Are Coming — Here's What to Expect

    California, the home of big tech, is headed for cryptocurrency regulation. Here’s what investors can expect in the changing landscape.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Craig Wright speaking on stage a cryptocurrency event
    Cryptocurrency & Blockchain

    "Claimed" Satoshi Nakamoto Files a Lawsuit Against Coinbase and Kraken

    Craig Wright claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto, and he’s suing Coinbase and Kraken over what he says is fake Bitcoin. Both companies plan to fight the lawsuit.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Intuit TurboTax on an ipad
    News

    4.4 Million TurboTax Customers Will Get $141 Million Intuit Settlement

    Wronged TurboTax customers across the U.S. may be eligible for a slice of the $141 million Intuit settlement. Intuit will contact eligible customers.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Bernard Kim
    Net Worth

    Bernard Kim, New Match Group CEO, Has a Net Worth of $16.2 Million

    Match Group appointed Bernard Kim as the new CEO. What is Kim’s salary and net worth heading into the role? How has he accumulated millions?
    By Rachel Curry
  • A guard walking inside a Hong Kong, China jail
    Billionaires

    No, Jack Ma Didn’t Get Arrested — Why Alibaba Investors Thought He Did

    Alibaba investors dumped BABA stock under the assumption that Jack Ma got arrested, but they were wrong. Why did investors think Ma got arrested?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT art
    NFTs

    NFT Sales Are Down in 2022 — Will They Recover?

    NFT sales are down from last year’s peak. Is the boom over or will the NFT windfall continue? So far, the slump has dampened the excitement.
    By Rachel Curry
  • A person making an abortion protest sign
    U.S. Economy & Politics

    Who Leaked the Supreme Court’s Draft Opinion to Take Down Roe v. Wade?

    The Supreme Court’s draft opinion in favor of striking down Roe v. Wade and threatening abortion rights in the U.S. has been leaked. Who’s behind the move?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Apple store in Myeongdong
    News

    EU Hits Apple With Monopoly Accusation Over Contactless Payments

    Is Apple a monopoly? The EU says at least part of it is. Here’s the deal on the latest of many anticompetitive accusations against Apple.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Bill Gurley
    News

    Bill Gurley’s Market Advice Is Backed by Jeff Bezos

    Venture capitalist Bill Gurley gets a testimonial from Jeff Bezos after dropping hard economic truths. Here’s what Gurley has to say about the market.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Redbox screen on a computer
    Stocks & Markets

    Redbox’s (RDBX) Short Interest Is Modest for a Meme Stock

    Redbox stock is already leveling out after a retail investor rally. The stock’s short interest isn’t enough to push a squeeze.
    By Rachel Curry
  • billionaire graffiti
    News

    How Do Rich People Avoid Taxes? Secrets of the Wealthy

    The not-so-secret part about being rich is avoiding a ton of taxes. In many cases, it’s totally legal. Here’s how rich people lower their tax bills.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Silver mining employees at work
    Company & Industry Overviews

    Best Silver Mining Stocks for Investors as Prices Decline

    Unlike other commodities, the price of silver is shrinking. Want to get in on the bear run? Consider these silver mining stocks for your portfolio.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Amazon warehouse worker
    Technology & Communications

    Amazon Is Losing Money In 2022—Here’s Why

    Amazon (AMZN) posted disappointing earnings, causing its stock to plummet. Why is Amazon losing money in 2022?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Twitter headquarters
    Company & Industry Overviews

    Can Elon Musk Fire Twitter's Board—and Will He?

    Elon Musk is readying to be the official Twitter Inc. owner. What’s that mean for Twitter board members?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Joe Biden and NATO allies
    Global Politics

    Putin Is on the Heels of NATO and Its Allies

    Russian president Vladimir Putin is no fan of NATO or its allies. Will NATO’s threat to Russian actions be enough for him to attack?
    By Rachel Curry
  • A smoke stack at a natural gas power plant
    News

    Commodity Shock: What It Means and Why It’s Happening

    The Russian war in Ukraine in 2022 is sending commodities soaring. Here’s what causes a commodity shock and how it impacts prices.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Wall Street sign in NYC subway station
    Personal Finance

    Keep Investing in the Stock Market — It Will Pay Off in the Long Run

    Despite ongoing downturns, the market has proven its ability to recover. Here’s why you should keep investing in the stock market.
    By Rachel Curry
  • President Joe Biden
    U.S. Economy & Politics

    Does Biden Really Have Unexplained Income? Hype or Truth, Time Will Tell

    President Biden is in the spotlight for supposed unexplained income amounting to $5.2 million. However, the sources are worth looking into.
    By Rachel Curry
  • A Delta Air Lines flight attendant walking in an airport
    Transportation & Logistics

    Delta's Non-Unionized Flight Attendants Fight for Change

    Delta Airlines employees are pushing for unionization. Here’s what the workers are demanding and what Delta will give them.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Elon Musk and Bobby Kotick
    News

    After Twitter Deal, Fans Want Elon Musk to Buy Activision Blizzard Next

    With Twitter a done deal, will Elon Musk buy Activision Blizzard next? Fans are already urging the billionaire tech mogul to consider Activision Blizzard.
    By Rachel Curry
  • A woman standing beside computer server room
    Cryptocurrency & Blockchain

    How Layer 2 Blockchain Fits Into Crypto and Why It's Important

    Have you heard about a layer 2 blockchain? Here’s what that means in the world of crypto and why it matters. It's important to understand blockchain technology.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Retired couple sitting on a beach
    Cryptocurrency & Blockchain

    Fidelity Is Preparing To Let You Save for Retirement With Bitcoin

    Saving for old age? Fidelity will soon allow investors to use Bitcoin in their retirement plan, a gamechanger for long-term holdings.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Bill Gates and Elon Musk
    News

    Elon Musk Had Big Words to Say About Bill Gates in Leaked Text Messages

    Elon Musk leaked text messages between him and Bill Gates, and the Tesla founder’s opinions about his fellow billionaire are real. Here's what he said.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao and company logo
    Cryptocurrency & Blockchain

    Binance Recovers Small Fraction of Crypto From $600 Million Heist

    After hackers made off with $600 million in crypto from the Binance network in March, the blockchain company has recovered a small fraction of it.
    By Rachel Curry
  • amazon logo over image of mumbai india
    Company & Industry Overviews

    Will Amazon Acquire Future Retail After Its Indian Competitor Drops It?

    The battle over the Indian retail market continues. Will Amazon finally acquire Future Retail now that competitor Mukesh Ambani has stepped back?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Man walking by volatile crypto chart
    Cryptocurrency & Blockchain

    Crypto Expert Shares How to Spot a Crypto Rug Pull Before It's Too Late

    Cryptocurrency scams are becoming more common. Here's how to spot a crypto rug pull before you're in too deep, according to crypto expert Steven Bumbera.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Greg Solano and his BAYC avatar
    Net Worth

    Greg Solano: BAYC's Formerly Anonymous Founder Is Worth Millions

    Greg Solano is the formerly anonymous co-founder of NFT collection Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC). What’s his net worth and how did he make millions?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Arabian Prince rapper
    Net Worth

    Rapper Arabian Prince Takes His Net Worth Into His Own Hands

    Known for his role in founding N.W.A., rapper Arabian Prince has some serious business ventures supporting his net worth. How much is he worth?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Vale logo over mining site
    Stocks & Markets

    Vale’s Favorable Pricing Could Outweigh Its Production Slump

    In the mining industry, Vale is struggling with output. However, a favorable pricing forecast could outweigh the slump, and in shareholders’ favor.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Billy Donovan
    Net Worth

    Billy Donovan's Salary: What the Basketball Coach Makes in His Contract

    Here’s a peek into former basketball player and current NBA coach Billy Donovan’s salary and more. What details are in Donovan's contract?
    By Rachel Curry
  • People looking at financial documents
    Securities

    Preferred Equity: What It Is and How Companies Can Use It to Finance Buyouts

    Preferred equity can represent high-priority securities. Here’s what preferred equity means and how companies can use it to finance a buyout.
    By Rachel Curry
  • American Campus Communities logo and building
    Stocks & Markets

    American Campus Communities (ACC) Stock Balloons On Acquisition News

    The college campus housing market is on fire, and American Campus Communities (ACC) stock is at the center of it all. Here’s a forecast for ACC stock.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Bitcoin chart on smartphone
    Cryptocurrency & Blockchain

    When Will Bitcoin Exceed $40,000 Again? Expect Ups and Downs

    Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are tumbling. When will Bitcoin (BTC) surpass the $40,000 market once more? Here's what investors can expect.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Apple retail store Grand Central Terminal Manhattan
    News

    Apple Retail Workers Fight for a Union — Demands, Explained

    Apple retail workers in New York City are signing on for a union. What are the Apple union demands? Why are workers seeking unionization?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Beanstalk Farms logo over beanstalk illustration
    Cryptocurrency & Blockchain

    The $180+ Million Beanstalk Flash-Loan Crypto Hack, Explained

    Stablecoin protocol Beanstalk Farms has fallen victim to a hack that has cost it at least $180 million. Will the dApp get the funds back?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Inside of home
    Mortgages

    How to Get a Lower Monthly Mortgage Payment

    Do you want to decrease your monthly mortgage payment? Here’s how to go about it.
    By Rachel Curry
  • John C. Williams
    Net Worth

    N.Y. Fed President John Williams: Salary, Net Worth, and Background

    How much does John C. Williams make as the New York Federal Reserve president, and what’s his net worth? Here's what we know about his background and salary.
    By Rachel Curry
  • A man using a Peloton bike
    Stocks & Markets

    Peloton Changes Prices, Attempts to Restore Bottom Line — Shareholders React

    Peloton (PTON) reduced the price of some products and increased subscription costs. Here’s what it could mean for the struggling stay-at-home stock.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Ethereum logo showing transparent infrastructure
    Cryptocurrency & Blockchain

    Ethereum Delays 'The Merge,' Pushes Back Consensus Layer Launch Date

    Ethereum successfully completed the first-ever shadow fork on its blockchain, but the Ethereum merger is still delayed. Why was "The Merge" delayed?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Jack Dorsey and Twitter logo
    NFTs

    Crypto Criminal Bought Jack Dorsey’s NFT of His First Tweet

    A crypto criminal bought Jack Dorsey’s NFT (non-fungible token) featuring his first ever tweet. Here’s what to know about the buyer.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Amazon delivery van
    Consumer

    Amazon Fuel Surcharge Could Heighten Consumer Prices for E-Commerce Giant

    Amazon is doing something about rising fuel costs and inflation. Here’s how the Amazon fuel surcharge for sellers could impact consumers.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Bolt Pay illustration
    Cryptocurrency & Blockchain

    Bolt Acquires Wyre for $1.5 Billion, Looks to Dominate Web 3.0 Space

    Online checkout company Bolt just acquired crypto company Wyre to get ahead of the competition in the Web3 space. Here’s what to know.
    By Rachel Curry
  • CFPB director Rohit Chopra
    Credit

    The CFPB’s Lawsuit Against TransUnion, Explained

    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is suing TransUnion. Here’s all you need to know about the lawsuit.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Expedia sign
    Stocks & Markets

    All About GARP Stocks and How To Invest in Them

    Growth stocks are always on investors’ minds, in one way or another. What about GARP stocks? What are they, exactly?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Stressed businessman running late
    Personal Finance

    Filing Taxes Late: Penalties, Interest, and Requesting an Extension

    The 2022 tax filing deadline on April 18 is approaching quickly. Some people might miss the deadline. Here's what to expect from the IRS when you file your taxes late.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Wall Street broker on exchange floor
    U.S. Economy & Politics

    The Stock Market Suffers During a Recession, Will Bounce Back

    The stock market tends to suffer during a recession. The good thing? Nothing in the market is permanent. Here's what investors can expect.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Ethereum logo on blue and purple gradient
    Cryptocurrency & Blockchain

    What’s a Shadow Fork in Cryptocurrency? The Ethereum Change, Explained

    Ethereum just launched its first shadow fork. Here’s what that means in the world of cryptocurrency.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Uniswap logo over green background
    Cryptocurrency Regulations

    Class-Action Lawsuit Hits Paradigm, Andreessen Horowitz, and More for Uniswap Scams

    Uniswap Labs and its investors are getting hit with a class-action lawsuit over “rampant fraud.” Here’s what to know.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Robinhood illustration of people and buildings
    News

    FTC Reveals More Robinhood Investing App Complaints — Tip of the Iceberg

    Robinhood is still facing heat for its investing app problems. Here’s what the FTC says about the Robinhood complaints. What does it all mean for the investing app?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Jared Kushner speaking
    Investments & Deals

    Saudi Fund Invests $2 Billion in Jared Kushner Company—The Controversial Deal, Explained

    Jared Kushner’s private equity company just received a major investment from Saudi Arabia. Here’s what to know about the transaction.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Elon Musk in suit walking
    News

    Elon Musk Walks Back Plans to Join Twitter Board — Why He Bailed

    Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk walked back plans to join Twitter’s board at the last minute. Here are possible reasons why and what the decision means.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Student loan number signs
    Personal Finance

    How to Apply for Student Loan Forgiveness in 2022

    Some alumni can get their student loans forgiven. Here's an update on the criteria and how to apply for student loan forgiveness in 2022.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Michael Suffredini and Axiom Space logo
    Net Worth

    Axiom Space CEO Michael Suffredini Makes Millions, Company Makes History

    Axiom Space is going on the first private mission to the International Space Station. Here’s net worth details for Axiom Space CEO Michael Suffredini.
    By Rachel Curry
  • White House press secretary Jen Psaki
    U.S. Economy & Politics

    Jen Psaki Is Leaving the White House for Her Own Show—What to Expect

    White House press secretary Jen Psaki is leaving her post for a new path: hosting her own TV show. Here’s what to expect.
    By Rachel Curry
  • WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar
    Media & Entertainment

    Why WarnerMedia Executives Left Discovery Ahead of Its $43 Billion Merger

    Ahead of the $43 billion WarnerMedia and Discovery merger, nine senior executives resigned. What happened and why did the executives resign?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Nissan Altima
    Automotive

    Not All Cars Are Equally Affected By the Chip Shortage

    The ongoing semiconductor chip shortage has greatly impacted the automotive market. While most carmakers are feeling the heat, some have been lucky.
    By Rachel Curry
  • The Firepin logo
    Cryptocurrency & Blockchain

    Is Firepin’s New FRPN Token Legit? What To Know About the Crypto

    New cryptocurrency brand Firepin is in the pre-sale phase of its FRPN token, which aims to unify the metaverse through blockchain bridge integration. Is FRPN legit?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov (L) and Russian President Vladimir Putin (R)
    Global Politics

    U.S. and Others Impose New Sanctions on Putin's Adult Daughters

    The U.S. is now targeting the two adult daughters of Russian President Vladimir Putin with sanctions to freeze their assets. What do the additional sanctions mean?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Apartmeny building and Jim Cramer
    Real Estate

    Jim Cramer Says to Invest in Apartment REITs — Best Picks for Investors

    REITs (real estate investment trusts) geared toward apartment buildings are taking off. Here’s what to know about investing in REITs, including which ones are best.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Intel's Bitcoin mining chip
    Cryptocurrency & Blockchain

    What Intel’s New Crypto Mining Chip Can Do for Blockchain Technology

    Intel just launched its new Bitcoin (BTC) mining chip, a small element that could make a huge difference in the state of blockchain technology.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Bitcoin crypto chart on a smartphone
    Cryptocurrency & Blockchain

    Unlike the Stock Market, Front Running Crypto Isn't Illegal — Here's Why

    Front running in cryptocurrency is n't the same as front running in the stock market. Here’s why front running crypto isn't legal.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Outside NFT marketplace logo and design
    NFTs

    Outside’s New NFT Marketplace Is Legit — First NFT Coming in June

    Outside, known largely for its magazine, is launching a NFT marketplace. Is the NFT marketplace legit? Learn all about the anti-metaverse platform.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Viktor Vekselberg
    Billionaires

    Seized Assets Are Just a Fraction of Russian Oligarch Viktor Vekselberg’s Net Worth

    Russian oligarch Viktor Vekselberg is a close Putin ally. Here’s what to know about his net worth and seized assets.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Japan is one of the countries with the highest debt
    Global Politics

    These 8 Countries Have the Highest Debt — Here's Why

    The U.S. has a massive debt, but it isn't one of the eight countries with the highest debt-to-GDP ratio. Which nations make the list?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Gold bars
    News

    Russian Central Bank Restarts Gold Buying Again at a Fixed Price

    Russia has stopped and started gold buying a few times since it launched the war on Ukraine. Is the Russian Central Bank buying gold again?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Hypebeast illustration and logo
    IPOs

    Hypebeast To Go Public via U.S. SPAC With Celebrity Backers

    Lifestyle company Hypebeast is going public in the U.S. via a SPAC. Here are details on the merger date, celebrity investments, and more.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Vitalik Buterin speaking on stage
    Cryptocurrency & Blockchain

    Vitalik Buterin Donates to Ukraine Through $8 Million Crypto Fund

    Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin is using crypto for good by donating funds to a DAO supporting Ukraine. Here's what we know about the donation and crypto fund.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Nike shoe as NFT
    NFTs

    Nike Wants to Destroy Knockoff NFTs — Buyers Beware

    Nike wants to destroy unauthorized NFTs (non-fungible tokens). Will it work, and what will happen to Nike knockoff NFT owners? Buyers need to beware.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Robinhood illustration in green
    Retirement

    Word on the Street Is That Robinhood Retirement Accounts Are Coming

    Robinhood is rumored to be launching retirement accounts. Here’s what to know about things to come for long-term retail investors.
    By Rachel Curry
  • TurboTax mobile app
    Taxes

    How to Join the Fight Against TurboTax Amid 2022 Lawsuit

    The FTC is suing Intuit’s TurboTax. If you were misled by deceptive advertising, you may be able to join the TurboTax lawsuit one way or another.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Bird SPAC banner on Wall Street
    News

    SEC Poses New SPAC Disclosure Requirements — What to Know

    The SEC has proposed new disclosure requirements for blank-check firms, also known as SPACs. How will the new requirements impact the SPAC market?
    By Rachel Curry
  • A woman using a laptop and the EdFinancial Services logo
    News

    Edfinancial Gets $1 Million Fine for Lying About Student Loan Forgiveness

    Edfinancial deceived borrowers and is paying the consequences—specifically a hefty fine from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Jeff Koons looking at sculpture
    NFTs

    Jeff Koons NFT Will Send Sculptures to Space — Details and How to Buy

    Jeff Koons, one of the richest artists of all time, is launching his NFT collection. Here’s what to know about the space-themed set and how to get a hold of one.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Brené Brown sitting on bench outside of window
    Net Worth

    Dr. Brené Brown Net Worth: Author and Researcher Makes Millions

    American author and researcher Dr. Brené Brown’s latest achievement is an HBO docuseries. How much money is Brown worth? Here's what we know.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Ronin Network illustration blue and white
    Cryptocurrency & Blockchain

    Ronin Network: Crypto Hack Takes $625M From Axie Infinity's Sidechain

    Axie Infinity’s Ethereum sidechain Ronin Network is at the core of a $625 million crypto hack. What happened? Here's everything we know about the hack.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Activision Blizzard street sign
    News

    Eligible Claimants to Get Activision Blizzard Settlement Money After Judge’s Approval

    Activision Blizzard (ATVI) is emerging from a major harassment lawsuit with a now-approved $18 million settlement. Here’s the rundown of who gets the money.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Terran Orbital banner on the NYSE
    IPOs

    Terran Orbital Stock Looks Like a Buy Based on $200M Order Backlog

    Now-public Terran Orbital (LLAP) boasts a $200 million order backlog, which means this could be one SPAC stock worth buying. Here's what investors can expect.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Russian President Vladimir Putin
    Global Politics

    Russia’s Next Bond Payment Deadline Approaches — Nation Might Default

    Russia surprised most of the world when it paid its sovereign bond debts on time. With another deadline looming, will the country default?
    By Rachel Curry
  • Raj Subramaniam and the FedEx logo
    Net Worth

    Who Is Incoming FedEx CEO Raj Subramaniam? Net Worth, Salary, and More

    FedEx founder and longtime CEO Fred Smith is stepping down and making way for new leadership from Raj Subramaniam. Here's the incoming CEO’s net worth, salary, and more.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Person viewing stock prices on computer
    Stocks & Markets

    Securities Purchase Agreements Aren’t Always a Good Sign for Stock Prices

    At times, a public company enters a securities purchase agreement with an investor. The agreements aren't always a good sign for stock prices. Here's why.
    By Rachel Curry
  • Peoria, Ill. skyline
    Real Estate

    Cheapest U.S. Cities for Homeowners Based on the Median Home Price

    If you’re looking for an affordable home in the U.S., these cities with the lowest median home prices may be the answer.
    By Rachel Curry
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