In exchange for waiving your rights under federal law, the drugstore offers $50 to join its prescription rewards program.
The social media exec's nonprofit, Lean In, will start paying them after getting caught in a controversy that highlights lots of issues.
Finance trumps love as worries about job instability and a lack of benefits create a stark divide between income groups.
Despite the sharp rise in the program's usage, many eligible Americans get no benefits, for reasons including stigma and lack of awareness.
That's good news for hardworking Americans, who get no guaranteed paid breaks, unlike Europeans.
One owner says his sales jumped -- and his employees' pay rose -- after he did away with subjective gratuities.
Insurers are getting a one-year reprieve on a key provision aimed at limiting consumers' out-of-pocket costs.
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Even when they have a plan for their refund check from Uncle Sam, Americans often don't realize how they actually spend the windfall.
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