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Mid-tier brands like Zara

The most-wanted clothing brands at resale are probably hanging in your closet

By Parija Kavilanz, CNN Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, step aside. Resale clothing shoppers are bypassing previously-owned luxury brands at discounted prices in favor of scoring secondhand mid-tier brands for less. More affordable brands, such as Madewell, Zara, Urban Outfitters, Free People, Anthropologie, Abercrombie & Fitch and Levi’s are now the most popular brands with the

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The interior of a new Chipotle.

See the Chipotle of the future

By Jordan Valinsky, CNN The distinctive gas grills in Chipotle restaurants might be a thing of the past. On Tuesday, the fast casual Mexican chain unveiled an all-electric restaurant design that is completely powered by renewable energy, such as solar and wind. That means the gas grills that have become the focal point for walk-in

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A security guard stands outside of the entrance of the Silicon Valley Bank headquarters in Santa Clara

Lawmakers seek details on ‘unusually cozy’ ties between tech executives and SVB

By Allison Morrow, CNN Democratic lawmakers sent letters to 14 of the largest depositors at Silicon Valley Bank, seeking details about the lender’s “unusually cozy” relationships with its well-heeled clients. Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York sent the letters Sunday to executives at Roku, Roblox, Circle and BlockFi, among

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A new survey found that Gen Z adults (between the ages of 18 and 26) think parents should slow their roll on when to stop paying for them.

How long should you support your adult children? Parents — and their kids — weigh in

By Jeanne Sahadi, CNN Parents invest so much of themselves, emotionally and financially, in raising their children — but the time comes when a parent has to stop subsidizing their adult children’s everyday expenses. Think housing, health insurance, car payments, cell phones, credit cards, subscription services, student loans and travel. And, as it turns out,

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