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High School Senior Who Built Multimillion-Dollar Slime Brand Tells Other Ambitious Teens How to 'Go for It'
"I started my business when I was 13, and I did not know what was going on," Snoopslimes founder Jungmin Kang tells PEOPLE
4.4M TurboTax Customers Get $141M Settlement Over 'Free' Filing Ads — Here's Who Is Eligible for a Check
"Intuit cheated millions of low-income Americans out of free tax filing services they were entitled to," New York Attorney General Letitia James said
The Least Affordable Place to Live in the United States May Surprise You
As rent prices soar nationwide, one state stands out as the least affordable place to make a home in America, according to a new CBS MoneyWatch report
Jessica Simpson Jokes She's 'on a Budget' After Her Credit Card 'Got Denied' at a Taco Bell
"I have no working credit card," Jessica Simpson joked on The Real, as she opened up about focusing her finances on her ever-growing eponymous fashion line
AMC Theaters to Charge More for The Batman Tickets as Part of Pricing Experiment (Report)
AMC CEO Adam Aron says tickets for The Batman will cost "slightly higher than the prices … for other movies playing in the same theaters at the same time"
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Godfather Director Francis Ford Coppola Plans to Spend $120 Million of His Own Money on New Film
Francis Ford Coppola's passion project Megalopolis, which he plans to make with $120 million of his own money, is something he hopes people watch annually
Spider-Man: No Way Home Could Unseat Avatar as Third Highest-Grossing Film at Domestic Box Office
As of Sunday, Spider-Man: No Way Home had grossed over $735 million in the U.S. and Canada — only about $25 million away from Avatar's $760.5 million
Americans Are Paying Highest Gas Prices Since 2014 — and Some Experts Say Costs May Keep Increasing

The national average for a gallon of gas is now $3.24, an increase of over $1 compared to what Americans were paying this time last year