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The average US household spends $4,445 on grocery spending. Here’s how many points that gets you with 3 popular credit cards

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The average American household spends more than $4,000 on groceries each year, based on the Bureau of Labor Statistics expenditure survey. That’s a significant amount of money, but the good news is that several credit cards offer bonus rewards or cash back on groceries. Using the Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express, the American...
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An inside look on how home improvement giants Lowe’s and Home Depot are battening down the hatches for Hurricane Dorian (LOW, HD)

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Hurricane Dorian is bearing down on the southeastern United States this weekend. Home Depot and Lowe’s both run emergency command centers dedicated to responding to natural disasters. Home improvement sales can be simultaneously harmed and boosted by natural disasters. The command centers at both Lowe’s and Home Depot coordinate disaster relief and ensure that their stores...
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Hurricane Dorian is set to wreak havoc on air travel — here’s what you need to know about flights

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Hurricane Dorian is on track to reach Florida in the next several days. Air travel is likely to be severely affected, and flights across the US could be delayed or canceled. Airlines including American, Delta, JetBlue, Frontier, Southwest, Spirit, and United have issued travel waivers letting some affected passengers change their flights without any fees....
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An unknown buyer just paid $20.8 million for a California mansion that’s been compared to Tony Stark’s home in ‘Iron Man.’ Take a look inside the clifftop house overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

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A clifftop California mansion with a high-tech automation system and an infinity pool just sold for $20.8 million, Douglas Elliman exclusively told Business Insider. According to Douglas Elliman, the ultra-modern San Diego home served as inspiration for Tony Stark’s house in Marvel’s “Iron Man” movies. Business Insider was not able to verify that claim, but...
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Here are the old-school real estate problems that WeWork’s technology hasn’t solved. It may mean a less than lofty valuation on IPO day.

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 Some analysts are viewing WeWork as more of a real estate than tech company.  The coworking firm listed its risk factors in a recent SEC filing as it gears up for a possible initial public offering.  WeWork outlined the risks of unexpected increases in labor and materials costs, lease negotiations in new markets, and the...
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