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How to create your retirement glide path

In investing terms, a "glide path " describes how a mix of investments changes over time. Typically, the mix gets more conservative — with fewer stocks and more bonds, for example — as the investor approaches a goal such as retirement.
You also can create a glide path into retirement by making gradual chang ... (full story)

Dayum This is My Jam owner now makes jam full time

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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The owner of an 8-year-old jam company is leaping into the business full time after years of growing it as a small business while holding down office jobs. The playfully branded company is inspired by decades-old family recipes and a mission to connect LGBTQ and underrepresented people and businesses.
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EPA considers tougher regulation of livestock farm pollution

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TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says it will study whether to toughen regulation of large livestock farms that release manure and other pollutants into waterways.
EPA has not revised its rules dealing with the nation's largest animal operations — which hold thousands of hogs, chic ... (full story)

Halted trading

Q. If trading is halted for a stock, what does that mean? -- O.P., Charleston, South Carolina
A. Trading can be halted or delayed for several reasons. For example, there may be some headline news pending, such as an announcement about a merger or restructuring, a big change in management, a major legal development or significant ... (full story)

NC tops 50K EVs; Triad's electric vehicle pace trails state

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina has accelerated past the 50,000 mark for electric vehicle registrations, but EV saturation in the Triad continues to lag behind the state as a whole.
Through October, 51,500 plug-in vehicles were registered in the state, according to the N.C. Department of Transportation. Ten Triad ... (full story)