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MAY 21, 2015 - Zero Hedge

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Broke Kansas To Tax Poor People By Placing $25 Limit On ATM Withdrawals

On Saturday, May 2, Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback left Boss Hawg’s Bar-B-Q without leaving a tip for waitress Chloe Hough.  It wasn’t that Brownback intended to shortchange his server, but rather when he received his credit card voucher, Hough had marked through the tip line and scribbled the following message to the Governor: “Tip the schools.”  Around an hour earlier, ...

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MAY 20, 2015 - MarketWatch

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MAY 19, 2015 - TheStreet

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MasterCard's Current Price Makes It Riskier for New Investors

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- MasterCard  stock has outpaced rival Visa  this year, but its current valuation makes it riskier for new investors. MasterCard's price of $93.70 is about 28 times higher than per-share earnings last year. That's a discount to rival Visa but still a premium to both American Express and the average for industry, according to Bloomberg data. Must Read: Warren Buffett's ...

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MAY 18, 2015 - TheStreet

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MasterCard (MA) Stock Lower as EU Said to File Antitrust Complaint

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Shares of MasterCard are down by 0.79% to $92.48 in late morning trading on Monday, following a Bloomberg report suggesting the European Union is preparing to hit the credit card company with an antitrust complaint relating to the company's card payment fees. It is possible that EU regulators will send a statement of objections to MasterCard ...

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MAY 18, 2015 - Business Insider

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5 things most millennials don't know about saving for retirement

It's no surprise that after facing the Great Recession, underemployment, and the worst student-loan debt of any generation, many millennials have gotten off to a rocky start on saving for retirement. With such little disposable income, many millennials find they have no room to contribute to retirement savings. And many experts now believe millennials will not have enough money to last ...

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