3 Top Stocks With High Dividend Yields

3 Top Stocks With High Dividend Yields

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The 12% rise in Cisco's dividend payout compared to a year ago has put its 3.Though its transition to cutting-edge markets and strong dividend are certainly important points, it's Cisco's relative value that earns it a spot on a list of top stocks with high dividend yields.

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74% of parents help adult children with finances

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Seventy-four percent of parents help pay for their adult children’s living expenses, according to a new CreditCards.The cellphone bill is the most common expense parents help pay, and other top expenses they assist with include transportation (e.

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The Surprisingly Cool Sweater Every Guy Should Own

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Despite Mergers, Hospitals Are in Serious Condition

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The latest merger talk is an attempt to rally their strength, but industry payers’ battle against high health-care costs shows no sign of letting up.A deal would create a chain of 191 hospitals in 27 states with annual revenue of about $45 billion.

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Another Sign of Frothy Markets: Blank-Check Boom

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Blank-check companies, otherwise known as special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, are listed companies that raise money from investors to go and buy a company as yet unidentified.The returns to investors can be stellar—but on average they aren’t great.

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Former Facebook exec feels 'tremendous guilt' for what he helped make (FB)

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Brian Ach/Getty Images for TechCrunchChamath Palihapitiya, a former Facebook executive, said during a November interview at Stanford that social networks were "destroying how society works.Chamath Palihapitiya, a former Facebook executive, said in an interview at Stanford's Graduate School of Business that social media was damaging society.