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Vanna White began turning letters on “Wheel of Fortune” 37 years ago. Four years after that, she suffered a tragedy.

White, now 62, was engaged to actor John Gibson from “The Young and the Restless,” who died when the plane he was flying crashed near Los Angeles in 1986.

Top 3 Ways to Make Money via Trading

If you have some cash to spare, then you should consider using it as capital and venture into the trade markets. With the right guidance, a mere $1,000 could earn you over 100 percent profit margins or more within a year.

There are numerous ways to make an extra buck through trading, and we will expound on a few great options to consider. A fact to remember is that there are enough goodies to go around. You just need to find an opportunity that rhymes with your needs and objectives.

Here are the top ways to make money through trading:

1. Currency Trading

Supply More Relevant Website Experiences by Leveraging Analytics

Formica, the globe’s leading maker of high-pressure laminate, observed that its site was not fulfilling client assumptions. With a complicated electronic profile, covering 28 nation websites, 14 languages and also 450,000-plus items, the business needed to act, prior to consumers went somewhere else for their industrial as well as household floor covering demands.

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Incredible scenes at Ayers Rock today as hundreds of people from around Australia and the world line up five-wide to ascend the beloved monolith before a climbing ban comes into force tomorrow. I don’t have the expertise to comment usefully on how “sacred” the rock is to the local Aborigines and certainly have no wish to gratuitously mock their beliefs. But here’s a prediction: the climbers will be back and they’ll be welcomed.

Singapore travel startup BeMyGuest doubles revenue for 4 years running

Are we really doing this again? After the pivot to video. After Instant Articles. After news was deleted from the News Feed. Once more, Facebook dangles extra traffic, and journalism outlets leap through its hoop and into its cage.

Tomorrow, Facebook will unveil its News tab. About 200 publishers are already aboard including the Wall Street Journal and BuzzFeed News, and some will be paid. None seem to have learned the lesson of platform risk.

‘Millennial Millionaires’ Banking On $68 Trillion “Great Wealth Transfer” From Parents 

‘Millennial Millionaires’ Banking On $68 Trillion “Great Wealth Transfer” From Parents 

A new report published by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC and Coldwell Banker Global Luxury details how “The Great Wealth Transfer” of the 2020s has already begun, which is a period when baby boomer wealth is transferred to their millennial offspring.

The report titled “A Look at Wealth 2019: Millennial Millionaires,” notes how the already 618,000 millennial millionaires are expected to increase in size by 2030. 

Samsung enters mobile POS market with exclusive Canadian launch

Samsung Electronics Canada is launching its point-of-sale (POS) technology, making it available exclusively in Canada.

The Samsung POS app will allow users to make credit and debit transactions by tapping cards or digital wallets, like Samsung Pay, Apple Pay, or Google Pay, onto Samsung near-field communication (NFC) enabled devices, without the need for additional hardware.

“There is a strong appetite in the Canadian and global market to advance mobile payment solutions.”

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