Month: July 2021

Getty Images Danish households are the richest in the European Union, according to a data analysis by the country’s central bank.  The average household in Denmark had 1.88 million Danish krone ($300,000) in financial assets as of the fourth quarter of 2020.  The data, released Wednesday, was extracted from the European Central Bank’s disclosure of
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Virgin Galactic shares surged on Friday after the space tourism venture announced its next spaceflight test will carry founder Sir Richard Branson. The mission – with two pilots guiding spacecraft VSS Unity carrying Branson alongside three Virgin Galactic employees – plans to launch on July 11 from the company’s operations hub at Spaceport America in
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It was February 2020. Brittany Jones had high expectations for the Atlanta-based Airbnb rental business she had just launched. “‘Oh wow, this is going to be great,’” she said she remembers thinking. “We were getting bookings fast, well into the summer.” The 34-year-old single mom was soon pouring her hard-earned savings into the venture as
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After weeks of deliberations, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R) this week signed into law a budget for fiscal year (FY) 2022 that reduces the state’s individual income tax rates and consolidates brackets, a plan that will help restore Arizona’s reputation as a low-tax alternative to California. The enacted law kept the basic framework of the
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Sebastian Coe, chairman of the London Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games delivers a speech during the Opening Ceremony of the IOC session in central London’s Royal Opera House, Monday, July 23, 2012. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis) Lefteris Pitarakis LONDON — The Tokyo Olympics should go ahead as there’s no major health risk,
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Brothers91 | E+ | Getty Images Anyone who is receiving — or already received — unemployment benefits in 2021 could discover they now qualify for no-cost or low-cost private health insurance. As of Thursday, zero-premium health plans that come with minimal or no cost-sharing — i.e., deductibles and copays — are available through the Affordable
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