Or are alternative homeopathic treatments—which produce no provable results according to science, yet which are still recommended by some doctors—some combination of natural remedy and mind game?
A significant chunk of both the workforce and the recently unemployed fear that their skills and experience are obsolete, and no longer needed in the workplace. Older workers in particular have been driven to extraordinary lengths to appear less dinosaur-like: Some are even getting cosmetic surgery to improve their career prospects. …
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Who would voluntarily pay $38 for a $3 cup of coffee? Apparently, tens of millions of American bank customers—that’s who.
China’s annual legislative meeting, the National People’s Congress, is underway in Beijing, and the titans of the Communist Party are making all sorts of grand pronouncements on the future direction of Chinese economic reform. We’ve gotten a look at not just China’s plans for the economy for 2011, but over the medium term as well …
“To my friends I say this: ‘OK, you guys win, but who saved more money?’ And the answer is really they did because of all the energy and work. But still …”
Also, why you should forget about self-help gurus—and follow the lead set by leprechauns instead.
A new psychology study shows that people who feel loved and accepted by others place lower monetary values on material possessions than folks who feel insecure and unloved. In other words, the folks who don’t feel valued and appreciated tend to value their stuff more.
Unemployment is down and America, it seems, is going back to work.
The February employment report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which details job increases and the unemployment report was released on Friday, offered a double whammy of good news. The unemployment rate dropped again to 8.9%. More importantly, the economy added …
So does that mean you’ll be able to scoop up a used, first-generation iPad on the cheap?
One of the neat new money-saving websites highlighted a few months back on this blog is expanding in a big way.