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Jenna Goudreau
VP, Managing Editor of and by + . Former , & . Optimist.
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CNBC Mar 25
Join us tonight for a special feature. The pandemic and the path forward: A CNBC Town Hall featuring Gary Cohn, Scott Gottlieb, Mark Cuban, and more. Send your questions to .
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Cory Lin Stieg Mar 18
“When you tack on something like [COVID-19], you’re basically not going to see as dramatic a change in their outlook, because the generation is already so stressed."
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Alicia Adamczyk Mar 12
Financial advisors say to stay calm & do the following during the coronavirus outbreak: 1. Leave investments alone 2. Prioritize building emergency fund 3. Support others (donate to food banks, tip well, etc.) 4. Wash hands
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Kathleen Elkins Feb 28
next up for Millennial Money: a 27-year-old bringing in 615K/yr. he and his wife are worth $1.5M but still share a 2009 ford focus, live with roommates and rarely spend more than $25/month on food thanks to all the free meals they get as “secret shoppers"
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Courtney Mar 5
New survey from CNBC and SurveyMonkey shows that more than half of US working women say they're "very ambitious" towards their career, w/that percentage rising to 75% for Black women. Yet, even w/this ambition, women are still locked out of top positions.
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CNBC Mar 3
Hillary Clinton says Bernie Sanders didn't get a real job until he was 41— here's a copy of his actual resume from the '80s.
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CNBC Make It Mar 1
A sobering stat during coronavirus fears—90% of employees admit they have gone to work when sick.
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CNBC Make It Feb 19
Mary Ellen Pleasant, one of the first black self-made millionaires, used an ingenious trick to build her fortune.
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Maria LaMagna Morales Feb 14
This story is a great example of how personal and psychological our finances are. I would not do this (even if I were able to, I think), but props to this man for living his truth
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Emmie Martin Feb 11
Despite being characterized as "lazy and entitled" in a lot of ways, more and more millennials are helping support their boomer parents financially.
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Taylor Lorenz Feb 5
Gwyneth Paltrow says you should “cry all you want” at work
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Abigail Johnson Hess Feb 4
For years, I have been intrigued by rich people who tell young people to become plumbers. Here's what I've learned about costs, and benefits, of becoming a plumber:
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Alicia Adamczyk Feb 5
Please, step into my Money Salon (& ty to my wonderful friends who were so game to do this!)
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Megan Leonhardt Feb 5
If you’ve seen ads touting opportunities to invest with companies that are working to cure , think twice before buying stock
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CNBC Make It Jan 30
How a 24-year-old former Marine who earns $120,000 a year and owes $47,500 in debt spends his money
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Jade Jan 29
My favorite interview this year. Speaking w/ Bob Vollmer was such a treat..102 and going strong
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Alexandria White Jan 22
I have 10 credit cards — here's how I manage them and how I decide when to open a new one
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CNBC Select Oct 16
We reviewed 50 cash-back credit cards... and our No. 1 pick can earn you more than $2,400 in 5 years.
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CNBC Oct 16
Wondering how to choose the right credit card? Introducing , dedicated to helping you find the right rewards card, travel card, cash-back card, and more!
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Jenna Goudreau Oct 11
Great talking to about what she carries in her wallet and why she keeps it clean and lean. "If you disrespect money... I guarantee you will be in credit card debt, I guarantee you will not be making the most of your money."
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