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In 1919, Canadian businessman Ambrose Small cashed a check for 1 million dollars. Hours later, he vanished.
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California and Florida dominate the list of America's priciest neighborhoods.
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From copycat tumblers to glass water bottle alternatives, the best Stanley cup dupes are just as good as the viral sensation—and they’re not sold out.
Looking to resell your vintage American Girl dolls and accessories? Learn more about the most valuable selections from the ‘80s and ‘90s, which could fetch a high price in today‘s collector‘s market.
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The Pew Research Center polled thousands of U.S. residents to find out how often people actually tip for various services.
In 'Batterygate,' allegations of planned obsolescence led to a cash payout for iPhone users.
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Eating well often comes at a premium price. Here’s why.
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Napoleon needed cash fast, so he made the U.S. an offer it couldn’t refuse.
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All cars lose value, but some models can lessen the trade-in pain.
From the McFurby to Boo Buckets, some of the most iconic McDonald’s Happy Meal toys can also fetch a pretty penny these days.
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What do Kevin McCallister’s parents do for a living to afford the family such a lavish lifestyle?
A home on Sesame Street may have been affordable when the show premiered, but that's no longer the case.