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From Casper to Glossier, these 12 new brands transformed the world of retail in the last decade

The future of retail is here, and it's direct-to-consumer brands built for an era that's more digital, sustainable, and socially conscious than ever.
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A journalist interviewed hundreds of people to find out what life after 30 looks like in America. Here’s one of their stories.

Robin Madell, author of "Surviving Your Thirties: Americans Talk About Life After 30," interviewed Luzmiel Diaz about being 35 years old in New York.

More married baby boomers combine finances than any generation after them, and it speaks to one of the ways money and marriage are changing

37% of married millennials and 36% of Gen Xers kept financial accounts separate. But, just 27% of baby boomers keep their finances separate.

Gen Xers might be stressed, broke, and in debt, but they’re the least likely to talk to their spouse about it

About 18% of Gen Xers say they haven't talked to their spouse about how much they earn and save, which makes it hard to plan for the future.
Just 5% of retirees say personal savings is their primary income source.

Millennials know their retirement won’t look like mom and dad’s, and they’re already planning ahead

A new Wells Fargo survey found that 86% of US retirees live primarily on income from Social Security or a pension. It'll be different for millennials.
Gen X is in worse financial shape than millennials when it comes to retirement.

Only half of Gen Xers have a retirement account, and that’s a catastrophe in the making

Americans tend to earn the most money from their late 30s to early 60s, making it a crucial period for socking away extra income for retirement.
Millennials and Gen X alike are stressed about their debt.

Millennials and Gen X are both stressed, broke, and in debt — but Gen X is more worried about it

Gen X has a negative outlook, while millennials think they're doing okay. Both generations are stressed about money and aren't saving for retirement.
Wealthy Gen Xers are moving to the south and southeast. Miami, Florida is pictured.

High-income Americans in their 30s and 40s are flocking to these 13 US states

Wealthy Gen Xers are heading for the southeast, while the northeast and the Midwest are losing many Gen Xers.
Money stress affects more than half of all US adults, from Gen Z to baby boomers.

Money problems are keeping every generation up at night — check out the biggest financial stressors for every age group

Money stress affects more than half of all US adults, from Gen Z to baby boomers. Check out the biggest money issue affecting your generation.