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Luxury restaurants and high-end apartment buildings are using the same strategy to draw in wealthy parents — and it makes total sense
Millennial parents are strongly influenced by their kids' requests and restaurateurs are seizing the opportunity, reported The Wall Street Journal.
Wealthy millennials buy their children pricey accessories, invest in high-end childcare and education, and give them unique names.
It turns out that Instagram influencer construction dad was actually a viral marketing campaign all along
The account @justaconstructionguy was not created by a dad named Omar, as its more than 388,000 followers were led to believe.
Meet Colugo, the lightest and most compact stroller I’ve ever used — and I’ve gone through a lot of strollers
After extensive research using a bunch of different stroller brands, Coluga is the lightest, most compact stroller I've ever used.
The Bay Area is so expensive that employees at Apple, Uber, Google, and other tech giants are putting off having kids — and it’s a sign of...
Despite earning six-figure salaries, more than half of tech employees in the Bay Area say the increased cost of living has caused them to delay starting a family, according to a survey by the app Blind.
Forget braces and babysitters: American parents say their children are most expensive when they’re all grown up
Parents collectively spend $500 billion annually on their adult children, according to a Merrill Lynch report. That's twice the amount they save for retirement — but that's not the only financial sacrifice they make.
Who owns the money ...
A 30-year-old millennial who still lives with his parents is locked in a legal battle over them trying to kick him out — here’s why he thi...
A 30-year-old man near Syracuse, New York, is in a legal battle with his parents, seeking more time before moving out of their house — he wants six months, but a judge has ordered him to vacate.
A 27-year-old financial writer explains how selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts at age 7 taught her a money lesson that’s stuck with her forever
For as long as she can remember, Erin Lowry was required to pay 50% for anything she wanted.