Personal Finance Daily: In 50 years, Walt Disney World went from $3.50 a ticket to a ‘luxury-priced destination’ and all the companies that are making or planning electric vehicles

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A MacArthur ‘genius’ grant winner traces the housing market’s transition from exclusion to ‘predatory inclusion’

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The Molson Coors company, long associated with beer, moves into spirits with Five Trail whiskey

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In 50 years, Walt Disney World went from $3.50 a ticket to a ‘luxury-priced destination’

As Walt Disney World celebrates its 50th anniversary, is a vacation there still affordable for middle-class households? Read More

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Solar power is cheaper than ever, and Biden wants to expand it — 3 questions homeowners should ask

Congress is currently reviewing solar power tax credits and rebates. Read More

All the companies that are making or planning electric vehicles

Whether you’re looking for an electric car or a place to park investment money, here’s a master list of all the companies with existing and planned EVs. Read More

Is it a chicken sandwich? A taco? A gyro? With its latest menu item, Taco Bell creates too much confusion

Taco Bell’s Crispy Chicken Sandwich Taco is a bizarre take on the fast-food favorite Read More

Check out these bargain homes in Europe’s oldest university cities

The top university towns in Europe are known for their vibrancy, youthful atmosphere, and lively nightlife, but their popularity means that real estate prices can be high. Read More

A growing number of parents want to have their young children vaccinated as soon as possible

In mid-September, children accounted for roughly one quarter of weekly COVID-19 cases Read More