Some quick links to start your Friday. A look inside the most expensive home ever sold in Miami, which just closed for $60 million … Hudson City Savings Bank paying $33 million to the CFPB to settle discriminatory lending charges … The Fed is still expecting to start raising interest rates by the end of the year … The Internet has run out of old-school IP addresses … Some videos from Apple stores in Australia and Japan showing the long lines of people who want the new iPhone 6S that goes on sale today … The 10 toughest jobs to fill in 2016 … How to use pricing psychology to improve your sales … Leadership lessons from Pope Francis … Caterpillar is cutting 10,000 jobs.
- A Nevada company has launched an app, called PaySwag, that tries to get more people to make their debt payments by offering a number of different incentives, including rewards points and gaming techniques. The app is trying to give consumers a less daunting channel in which to make or negotiate overdue payments.
- Many of the instances of identity theft start with, or involve, a phone call. One company is working on technology to create acoustic fingerprints for people to fight this problem.
- Healthcare deductibles have risen seven times faster than inflation and wages in the past five years, according to a new study.
The art of balance, from a high-wire walker
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