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‘Firms not offering this are missing out’: Hybrid home/office work is equivalent to a 10% pay raise, Stanford economist says

Remote-work flexibility has increasingly become a way to entice talent. Read More

‘The slowdown in job openings is a natural response to the pandemic worsening.’ But this industry suffered more than others

Some 4.5 million Americans quit their jobs in November — marking a record quit rate of 3%. Read More

This mandate helped reduce risk of wildfires destroying buildings in California by 40% — so why don’t more states implement it?

As climate change increases disaster losses, research on public policy and market incentives is increasingly relevant, a new paper says. Read More

COVID-19 tests: Understanding the difference between PCR and antigen tests

Each detects a different part of the virus, and how it works influences the test’s speed and relative accuracy. Read More

Got a holiday debt hangover? Here are some money goals to consider for 2022

Maybe your budget or savings plan have gone out the window, or you’ve procrastinated on your financial to-do list. Read More

‘This has really come out of left field’: My wife and I are in our 60s. Our will should have been routine — and it was, until one macabre item

‘We have always been on the same page about most everything in life.’ Read More

‘2022 could be the year of financial reckoning’: Bankruptcy cases fell dramatically in 2021, but new challenges await

Bankruptcy cases fell in 2021 after falling in 2020. Read More

The 2022 BMW 7 series: Plush, indulgent, and poised. Best of all, it’s extremely fast

It might seem odd to endow a large luxury sedan with the ability to deliver driving thrills. But that’s a lot of what BMW is about. Read More

Why it might not be as easy as you think to switch jobs or change careers right now

Moving to a new job or field may require more new skills than you anticipated. Here’s how to retrain. Read More

Elderly blind man among victims in $630,000 scam perpetrated by a man who claimed to be beneficiary of a multi-million dollar estate

Prosecutors say Clarence Rice falsely claimed to be in line to inherit millions but only if the victims helped pay his debts. Read More

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