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A new study shows that many people go into debt because they disregard that the money is not really theirs.

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December 10, 2019
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Where the Bidding Never Stops

Millions of online ads get sold by auction each day. The algorithms behind it all are complicated. But simple ideas can be effective.

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December 17, 2019
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The Secret Life of the Supermarket Shopper

Outfitting consumers with cameras reveals how grocery lists influence purchasing behavior — and when stores can cajole shoppers into trying new products.

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8 Most-Read Stories of 2019

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