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Olivia Jade Finally Responds to College Scandal

After nine months, Olivia Jade quietly returned to YouTube. Her channel has been dark since March, when “Operation Varsity Blues,” otherwise known as the college admissions scandal, broke. Her parents, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli, allegedly dropped $500,000 to get Olivia and her sister, Isabella Rose, into the University of Southern California. Olivia Jade’s return…

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#216: The Life Thief, Part 2: How Diet Culture Steals Your Money and Thwarts Eating-Disorder…

Eating-disorder therapist and style blogger Shira Rosenbluth joins us to discuss how diet culture steals our money through the high cost and low effectiveness of eating-disorder treatment, why she decided to share her story as a therapist recovering from an eating disorder, fatphobia in eating-disorder treatment centers and its effect on recovery, eating disorders as…

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Ingrid Nilsen On Her Salary, Her Money Habits, And Her Journey To Self-Acceptance

Our first guest on The Financial Confessions is YouTube royalty, beauty superstar, and influencer, Ingrid Nilsen! On this episode, Ingrid reveals many hard financial numbers – including her salary, how she pays her assistant, and what exactly gave her the financial opportunity to succeed. To learn more about Intuit’s suite of products: https://intuit.me/2NS2yAq To get…

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How Germany's Universal Health-Care System Works

Germany’s health-care system spends nearly half as much as the United States but still manages to cover 100% of its population through a mix of public and private insurance schemes. There are two different systems that residents can turn to for insurance in Germany: SHI, which stands for Statutory Health Insurance and PHI or Private…

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How new technology can help rein in health care costs

Rising health care costs remain a top issue for 2020 voters and Elizabeth Warren’s “Medicare for All” plan will be front and center in November’s Democratic presidential debate. Dr. Lloyd Minor, dean of Stanford Medical School, joins “Squawk Box” to take a closer look at the future of health care.

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Welcome to the Financial Confessions!

For the inaugural episode of The Financial Confessions, Chelsea chats with the producer of this very show: Ryan Houlihan! As an editor, comedian, and small business owner, Ryan wears many hats, and brings with him some wisdom to share about juggling responsibilities, curbing frivolous spending, and pursuing passion projects. To learn more about Intuit’s suite…

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Prices will be required for common services, new rules for health care transparency say

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Administration wants to bring transparency to health care costs: analyst

Chris Meekins, Raymond James health care policy analyst, joins CNBC’s “Closing Bell” to discuss the Trump administration’s new rules aimed at increasing trasparency for health care costs.