NEWTON, MA — There were 1,490 Newton residents who reported adjusted gross income of $1 million or more in 2017, the most recent year for which data is available. That was up 11.7 percent from 1,285 in 2016, according to Massachusetts Department of Revenue data. … [Read more...] about Newton Home To 2nd Most MA Residents Earning $1 Million Or More
The company plans to notify everyone that is affected in the United States by mid-March. Drivers will be asked to get their cars checked at Toyota dealerships, where they may be offered a new noise filter to help mitigate sensor communication problems if necessary. … [Read more...] about Toyota and Honda recall millions of vehicles
The McStays left their San Diego-area home under unusual circumstances in February 2010. Investigators said there was no sign of a struggle in the upscale home and that there were even two bowls of freshly popped popcorn in the living room. The family also left two pet dogs behind. … [Read more...] about Business Associate Arrested In McStay Family Murders
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We talked a few months back about estimates from Ernie Tedeschi, an economist at Evercore, about how the China tariffs might get bigger — both higher rates and applying to more goods — and how that would mean a change from very mild negative effects on the U.S. economy to more moderately negative effects. The effects still weren’t supposed to be big enough to tip the U.S. into recession on their own. But if the trade-war escalation is a domino that sets off other disruptions in the global economy, watch out. … [Read more...] about Are Recession Fears More Justified Now?