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- Donald Trump is $1bn in debt, an impeachment trial is due next week, criminal charges are possible
There were still a few minutes left of Donald Trump's troubled tenure as U.S. president, but his First Lady had had enough.
Daily Mail. Saturday, 23 Jan 2021.
- Single mother, 49, wins landmark Universal Credit court case
Nichola Salvato, 49, brought a legal challenge against the 'proof of payment' policy of only reimbursing childcare costs to parents once it has been spent.
Daily Mail. Friday, 22 Jan 2021.
- Op-ed: Forgiving student debt will help senior citizens, too
Sens. Chuck Schumer and Elizabeth Warren say President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris should cancel up to $50,000 in federal student debt
CNBC. Friday, 22 Jan 2021.
- What's in Store for General Electric (GE) in Q4 Earnings?
General Electric (GE) Q4 results to reflect benefits of debt
and cost-reduction actions, and growth in digital businesses. Also, impacts of the pandemic-led woes to get reflected on segmental results.
Zacks. Friday, 22 Jan 2021.
- Regions (RF) Q4 Earnings Beat Estimates on Stellar Revenues
Regions' (RF) Q4 performance reflects stellar revenues and credit
provision, partly offset by rise in expenses.
Zacks. Friday, 22 Jan 2021.
- Will Biden Really Cancel Student Loans?
President Biden wants to cancel student debt!
Forbes. Thursday, 21 Jan 2021.
- Dogs That Died In House Fire Credited With Saving 10-Year-Old Boy
'His two dogs came into his room and started jumping up and down'
Daily Caller. Wednesday, 20 Jan 2021.
- How the Joe Biden presidency could impact your money
From more stimulus relief to tax changes and student loan debt
forgiveness, here's how Biden's presidency could impact your personal finances.
ABC News. Wednesday, 20 Jan 2021.
- Biden to extend student loan payment freeze
On the campaign trail, Mr. Biden promised to address the student loan crisis and supported cancelling $10,000 in debt
CBS News. Wednesday, 20 Jan 2021.
- Virgin Active lender Lloyds sheds weight of debt position
Britain's biggest high street lender is to extricate itself from a syndicate of lenders to Virgin Active, the struggling gym chain set up by Sir Richard Branson's business empire.
Sky News. Wednesday, 20 Jan 2021.
- Netflix Will No Longer Borrow, Ending Its Run of Debt
The streaming giant borrowed over $16 billion in less than a decade as it built out its content library. The strategy prompted criticism that the company was unsustainable.
New York Times. Tuesday, 19 Jan 2021.
- Mammoth U.S. Borrowing Faces Lower Foreign Participation, Among Other Challenges
The ballooning Federal deficit has forced the U.S. to borrow enormous amounts of money to plug the hole. So far the Treasury had no problem finding the buyers it needs, but the deluge of debt
is not without dangers.
Forbes. Tuesday, 19 Jan 2021.
- Yellen urges Congress to 'act big' on virus stimulus and not worry about debt
President-elect Joe Biden's choice as US Treasury secretary has urged Congress to "act big" and ignore surging national debt
in the face of the continuing coronavirus crisis.
Sky News. Tuesday, 19 Jan 2021.
- Black renters are twice as likely to have rent debt: Study
Apartment List's latest study revealed Black renters have been disproportionately impacted by unemployment, which puts them at greater risk of eviction.
Inman. Tuesday, 19 Jan 2021.
- 2 dogs credited with saving owner's life from burning home die in same fire
Two dogs are being credited with saving the life of their owner after they woke him up while his house was burning down before perishing in the fire themselves.
ABC News. Tuesday, 19 Jan 2021.
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