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Personal Finance Daily: ‘Revenge travel’ is coming back in Summer 2022 and husband-wife lab researchers admit taking Pfizer vaccine data to develop their own cancer treatment

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‘I chose to take a gamble’: Husband-wife lab researchers admit taking Pfizer vaccine data to develop their own cancer treatment

The plot unraveled after Chenyan Wu was caught trying to sneak toxic chemicals into the U.S. from China to start a lab in San Diego. Read More

Airbnb hosts use income from the platform to pay for food, rent and mortgages — but these 3 U.S. states are more lucrative than others

Hosts in the U.S. earned a median income from hosting of $13,800 in 2021, up 85% since 2019. Read More

‘Revenge travel’ started in 2021, but it’s really coming back with a vengeance in Summer 2022. Here’s where Americans want to go

Tourists are thirsty for experiences, according to new research. Read More

‘The dip is your friend’: Why some advisers are telling young investors to buy stocks, despite stagflation fears roiling markets

The Dow recorded its eighth straight weekly fall on Friday, the longest stretch since April 1932. Read More

Weekend reads: Retail troubles and how to handle this scary stock market

Also, retirement locations and planning and how a regional bank went national using the iPhone. Read More

4 tricks for saving money on a family vacation

You CAN save money on family travel and still have peace of mind. Two travel experts offer some tips. Read More

‘We were surprised and appalled’: My wife and I enrolled our terrier, Spencer, at puppy day school. They used electric-shock collars. Should we ask for a refund? Or threaten to sue?

‘We were surprised and appalled. They never mentioned this to us when we signed Spencer up for her course.’ Read More

Mark Cuban on board with Biden plan to forgive $10,000 in student loans: ‘It has to be fixed’

Billionaire Mark Cuban supports forgiving up to $10,000 in student loans per borrower. Read More

Americans aged 45 and younger face a longer, more difficult road to get a ‘good’ job — one that pays at least $35,000 a year

The more difficult path to ‘good’ jobs has long term implications for economic well-being. Read More

‘Perfect storm of supply and demand’: Rents continue to soar. The national median rent looks set to surpass $2,000 this summer.

A new report from shows the median rent hit $1,827 in April, the 14th straight month of consecutive highs. Read More

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