Some quick links to start your Tuesday. Scientific proof that women are colder in the office then men … Companies have stopped selling realistic-looking toy guns in New York … How to improve your morning routine … Warren Buffett’s secrets to stop worrying … How to harness the power of rituals to improve your work … Wages and benefits are growing at an alarmingly slow rate … New printer models from Epson do away with ink cartridges and can print for years before needing to be refilled … Forbes has released a list of the 50 most trustworthy financial companies … Six years after the Great Recession, Americans are still wary about the health of the country’s economy.
- Citigroup is being investigated by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for its student loan servicing practices. The bank disclosed the investigation in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
- Millennials have the lowest credit scores, highest amount of non-mortgage debt, and lowest annual incomes, compared with members of Generation X and Baby Boomers, according to data released by Experian.
- SUVs and luxury cars are powering an increase in car sales.
- Talk of higher minimum wages is increasing nationwide. Many cities are considering minimum wages as high as $15/hour. One report examined the effects of a $15/hour minimum wage nationwide, taking into account regional differences in expenses and other factors, like housing costs.
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