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How Much Will I Get From Social Security if I Make $100,000?

To do this, you also need to know how much you can expect from Social Security.With that in mind, here's what your Social Security benefit might be if you earn $100,000 per year.

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Would Pfizer Investors Win With a Bristol-Myers Squibb Acquisition?

If Pfizer chooses to go big, I suspect the most likely acquisition candidate is Bristol-Myers Squibb (NYSE: BMY).Sales for Bristol-Myers Squibb's older HIV and hepatitis B drugs are also declining.

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Neanderthals Had a Creative Side, New Cave Art Studies Suggest

Neanderthals, once considered the low-brows of human evolution, may have been among the world’s first artists, creating cave paintings long before modern humanity arrived on the scene, scientists reported in two new studies Thursday.Although these primitive cousins of humankind mastered fire and made tools, most archaeologists have assumed until now that they lacked the cognitive capacity for artistic expression, unlike early humans who painted vivid images of lions, rhinos and other animals on cave walls.

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How Brexit Has Put Citizen Safety in Play

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Prime Minister Theresa May’s bid for a special deal risks a strategic loss for U.K.

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‘Angry Birds’ Maker Rovio’s Shares Drop 45% After Revenue Warning

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fell 50% on Thursday after the company behind the “Angry Birds” mobile-gaming franchise showed its revenue growth is losing steam as it struggles to attract and retain new players.On Thursday, the Finland-based company said its fourth-quarter revenue grew 17% from a year earlier but came in well below analysts’ expectations.

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7 Wine Documentaries Worth Your Time

Our wine columnist binged her way through the latest documentaries so you don’t have to




















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Ethiopia's Next Leader Could Come From Protest-Hit Region

Photographer: Michael Nagle/BloombergEthiopia’s ruling party could choose the leader of the protest-hit Oromia region as its next chairman, a step toward succeeding Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, a party official said.“There is nothing institutional, moral or legal that stands in the way of Lemma becoming chairman,” Getachew said in the capital, Addis Ababa.

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‘Black Panther’ director writes letter to fans after superhero movie breaks box office records

The Marvel Studios movie has broken several box office records since its U.It earned around $242 million over the President's Day weekend — the second highest four-day haul in domestic movie history, according to Marvel.

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Grand jury indicts Missouri governor who admitted affair

Eric Greitens on a felony invasion of privacy charge for allegedly taking a compromising photo of a woman with whom he had an affair in 2015.In a statement following the indictment , Greitens was defiant and attacked the prosecutor who brought the charge.

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MiMedx, Fast-Growing Developer of Tissue Graft Products, Didn’t Report Payments to Doctors

MiMedx Group Inc., a fast-growing tissue-graft developer, has financial ties to more than 20 doctors, according to a review of doctors’ disclosures by The Wall Street Journal, but the company hasn’t reported these payments to the government under a 2013 law.

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Scroll Signs On Publishers for Service That Will Curb Their Ads

Participating publishers allow Scroll to serve its users an ad-free version of their websites, Mr.In return, publishers get a cut of the company’s subscription revenue.

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U.S. Leading Economic Indicators Index Rises Again in January

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Conference Board says measure of business trends points to robust growth in first half of 2018




















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Sorry Qualcomm, Inc. Bears, It Has Bottomed Again!

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again; risks still abound for Qualcomm, Inc.View photosQCOM Stock: Sorry Qualcomm, Inc.

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Consumer Reports ranks the best cars of 2018

CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on Consumer Reports out with its list of the best automobiles.

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Energy Transfer Partners LP's Q4 Results Make Its Monster 12.4% Yield a Little Less Risky

Those rising results are providing more support for the company's high-yield payout, which currently sits at an eye-popping 12.7% Data source: Energy Transfer Partners.

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Risky Business: When Parents Hire Their Children as Real-Estate Agents

When Rhode Island real-estate agent Benjamin Thomas was offered the chance to list a $3.25 million house, his first reaction was dismay rather than elation: The seller was his mother, and the listing was the beloved waterfront home that had been in his family for about 60 years.

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‘Dad Style’ Is Now in Fashion. Yes, Even the Jeans

Once ridiculed, ‘dad style’ was all over the runways for spring, but before you dust off those saggy khakis with a triumphant ‘I told you so,’ consider our guide to this tricky trend




















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High-Tech Growlers That Keep Craft Beers Brewery-Fresh for Weeks

The latest developments in beer tech ensure that your favorite brews stay tasty from the taproom to the trail




















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Hewlett Packard Enterprise Raises Shareholder Return Target to $7 Billion

Plans to increase dividend by 50%, buy back more than $5.22, 2018 6:32 p.

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Ex-Wife of Bill Gross To Pay $20 Million for Beverly Hills Home

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Sue Gross is getting a roughly 6,700-square-foot home designed by architect Hal Levitt and completed in 1970.22, 2018 2:56 p.