Jolenta and Kristen live by Marie Kondo's uber popular minimalist guide, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. The book tells them to throw out belongings, fold socks into pinwheels, and say thank you garbage! Can they do it? Will it change their lives? Did Kristen throw out her passport?
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Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley are reinventing themselves, wanting to become more like traditional banks. Wall Street Journal reporter Liz Hoffman talks to John Wordock about how the Wall Street titans now want to woo you and your money.
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