JC Penney has its old CEO, Mike Ullman, in charge of the company again. Abundant sales and coupons have returned, as have brands that disappeared for a spell. In many ways, the JC Penney of old is back. Whether this is a good thing for the company remains to be seen.
Student debt is creating the most debt-ridden twentysomethings in modern history, and we’re all going to pay a price. Here’s the best advice from new grads.
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You’ll be more successful reaching your financial goals if you give yourself a target range rather than a single number you want to achieve. It sounds weird, but a new study shows that we’re more motivated when we have a little wiggle room in our goal.
How can you get any work done when you’re in meetings all day? You can’t. But instead of griping, be more discerning about which meetings you got to. Before saying yes to invitation, ask yourself, “If I was sick on the day of this meeting, would it need to be rescheduled?” If you answer “no,” then decline the meeting and try
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Dunder Mifflin paper is now an actual product you can buy. It’s an example of the popular marketing strategy of reverse product placement.
There’s been a lot of chatter about the risk of payday loans lately, but “safer” installment loans can be just as dangerous, a new report says.
(WASHINGTON) — The number of Americans seeking unemployment aid rose 32,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 360,000, the most since late March. The jump comes after applications fell to a five-year low.
Don’t worry about Fisker’s failures. Overall, clean-energy subsidies are working fine
Tech companies, including PayPal and Google, have joined together to dream up the future of passwords. And the future is to have no passwords at all