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Elon Musk directs Tesla to 'slow down' on Norway deliveries this quarter, citing local capacity issues

Tesla has been instructed to "slow down" on car deliveries in Norway this quarter, CEO Elon Musk said on Saturday.


The Fed is moving at such a glacial pace it’s 'hilarious' and almost like a 'whisper', says portfolio manager

The Federal Reserve raised rates last week for just the sixth time since the financial crisis and the markets took it in stride. One market watcher says the Fed's slow pace borders on ridiculous.


This wedding savings strategy comes with added risk

Eight in 10 engaged couples say they would pick a "less-preferable" wedding date to save money, according to a new survey. Wedding planners say that tactic, though enticing, is easier said than done.


Model Chrissy Teigen tells followers she will stop using Snapchat

Supermodel Chrissy Teigen is quitting Snapchat, becoming the latest in a rash of celebrities to speak out against the embattled social media platform.


Winter weddings can be a risky way to save

You might save money on a venue… but don’t forget everything that can go wrong in a snow storm.


Ulta, Gap, Target and more: These retailers are still opening stores in 2018

Retailers including Ulta and Ross Stores are planning significant expansions in 2018 and beyond.


Musician and entrepreneur Jon Bon Jovi: This is the key to succeeding in business

Rock icon Jon Bon Jovi's latest project is launching a rosé wine with his son.


Here's why March Madness upsets could mean cheaper Final Four tickets

A tournament filled with surprising upsets have had the unintended consequences of whipsawing ticket prices, according to ticket sale website TicketIQ, which initially started out at their lowest in 4 years.


Here's a map of where rural hospital closures are happening in the US

The increase in rural hospital closures in the United States have forced some communities to take action.


How the March For Our Lives Gen Z organizers changed the gun control conversation when no one else could

Columbia University professor Ed Morales explains how Emma Gonzalez and her Gen Z peers have been so successful in leading the March For Our Lives movement.