Golf Champion Taxed 61% of Earnings, Consumers Paid $14.2B in Unwanted Charges, The Subcontractor Problem

Golfer Phil Mickelson earned $2.2 million in winning the Scottish and British Open tournaments, but taxes will claim 61% of those earnings.

Are subcontractors to blame for supply chain failures in the garment industry? The WSJ takes a look at how retailers could use sweatshops unknowingly.

Last year consumers paid a collective $14.3B in unwanted charges, such as forgetting to cancel free trials that turn into paid subscriptions.

SAC Capital is indicted on multiple counts of fraud as federal authorities crack down on insider trading.

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