Can't afford a house? The Fed says exorbitant student loan debt could be at fault

A new paper from the Federal Reserve suggests that exorbitant student loan debt is keeping young people from buying houses. "We estimate that roughly 20 percent of the decline in homeownership among young adults can be attributed to their increased student loan debts since 2005," the Fed wrote in the paper. Buying a house is …

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How Golden State Foods is reinventing the beef supply chain

Americans love beef. In 2016, American beef consumption was the fourth highest in the world per capita, and four times higher than the world average. But for many Americans, how exactly that beef gets to their plate is a mystery.  Tracking precisely what happens to beef from farm to fork in near real-time isn’t easy …

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Sephora customers can now use multiple promo codes when they shop online. Here's what you should know before ordering.

Sephora is testing a new policy that allows customers to enter multiple promo codes for online orders. The change now allows Beauty Insider members at the Rouge level to apply their $100 Rouge Reward code (which Rouge members can redeem in exchange for 2,500 points), in addition to bonus sample codes.  However, none of Sephora's …

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Pelosi backtracks on her letter asking Trump to delay State of the Union

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi suggested moving the date of the president's annual State of the Union address until the partial government shutdown is over, citing security concerns. The Department of Homeland Security said they are prepared to secure the Capitol regardless of the shutdown. Pelosi then changed her reasoning to focus on how employees would …

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Denny's CEO reveals how grocery stores like Whole Foods and Kroger have restaurants 'beating each other's brains out' (DENN, KR)

Restaurants are competing to keep prices as low as possible and offering more deals, even as labor costs rise. "We're beating each other's brains out," Denny's CEO John Miller said of the restaurant industry's attempts to undercut rivals' prices.  Low grocery prices are contributing to restaurants' drive to keep prices cheap.  With rising minimum wages, …

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