The rampaging U.S. economy is pushing unemployment to lowest level since 1960s

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The U.S. economy is stoked. How stoked? Any month now the unemployment is likely to fall to the lowest level since 1969, reflecting the longest sustained burst in hiring since the Internet boom some two decades ago. See full story.[2]

Bulls could finally take a shine to gold in September

September historically has been the most lucrative month to own gold, writes Mark Hulbert. See full story.[3]

Actors rise to defense of onetime ‘Cosby Show’ actor now working at Trader Joe’s

What’s wrong with working for a living? See full story.[4]

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ poised to set Labor Day box-office record

The romantic comedy not only topped $100 million in domestic ticket sales as it’s expected to win the box office for a third weekend in a row, but it’s poised to have best Labor Day weekend in more than a decade. See full story.[5]

Elon Musk is more famous than ever, and maybe more dangerous

Here is the evidence of Musk’s skyrocketing celebrity. It could spell even more trouble for Tesla. See full story.[6]

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From insurance to home maintenance, hidden costs will take a bite out of your bank account. See full story.[8]

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