The best coffee mugs

No matter how groggy they are in the morning, everyone’s got their favorite mug they reach for to drink their perfect cup of coffee. Our favorite is Le Creuset’s classic stoneware mug. An iconic, strong mug from a brand with a superlative kitchenware reputation. According to a survey conducted by the National Coffee Association, coffee […]

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A death in the Atlantic, a media empire that once had $4 billion in debt, and a yacht named Lady Ghislaine: Take a look at Ghislaine Maxwell’s family history

Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested on July 2 on sex trafficking charges related to Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking ring. The British socialite is the daughter of late media mogul Robert Maxwell. Ghislaine is well connected with elite businessmen: Business Insider previously reported that she posed for a picture with Elon Musk at a 2014 Oscars after-party, […]

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JPMORGAN: The coronavirus crisis has decimated one of the safest defenses long-term investors have against stock-market crashes. Here are 4 ways to pivot your portfolio now.

JPMorgan’s top long-term strategist is advising investors to “significantly reduce” their holdings of safe government bonds. He says the era of zero yields has arrived sooner than expected and will be here to stay for a while longer. He offers alternatives for investors who have traditionally relied on the 60/40 allocation split between stocks and […]

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FICO’s new Resilience Index shows how much of a credit risk you could be in a recession, but it doesn’t replace your credit score

Fair Isaac Corporation, the company behind the widely used FICO credit score, released a new scoring model. The FICO Resilience Index measures the likelihood a consumer will default on payments in an economic downturn. The new credit-scoring model may be helpful for some potential borrowers, but it may take time before the new model is […]

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Found: The Comfiest Chairs To WFH In

If your head, shoulders, lower back, and butt aren’t currently killing you, then you’re probably reading this from the comforts of a supportive seat — and following the uncrossed-legs, 90/90 rule like a posture pro. The transitional road to working remotely has had its bumps, and one that we’re currently still navigating is physical body […]

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