Really no commentary necessary, other than that I learned of it via Christopher Hayes (via a couple other people) on the Twitter:
Is a combination of hard work, intelligence, and talent a guarantee of success? Or has the American Dream become just a dream?
Websites that lure consumers with the promise of free credit reports are merely trying to get you to sign up and pay for monthly subscriptions to credit-monitoring services.
Nobody wants to get the flu. But workers who are concerned that they could be laid off at any moment, or who don’t even get sick pay, really don’t want to get the flu.
The FT’s John Gapper heard Paul Volcker speak about financial regulation in Florida today:
[H]e emphasised this afternoon that he was “not proposing a return to Glass-Steagall” because he regarded securities underwriting as “a reasonable banking function analogous to lending”. Nor did he want to bar banks from mergers and
Well, it looks like we could be getting a fresh home-buyer tax credit any day now. What better way to fix a bubble caused by too much home-ownership than to encourage more home-ownership?
This time around, you don’t even have to be a first-time buyer to take the credit. Nor do you have to be what most people would consider middle …
Landlords, desperate to hang onto tenants, are offering primo incentives to get renters to re-up their leases.
Here’s a little advice for folks pushing health-care reform: sneeze more.
A study due out in the journal Psychological Science finds that when people have just witnessed a sneeze, they’re more likely to want to fund federal health initiatives.
On the surface, the price war between Wal-Mart, Amazon, Target, and Sears centers on books from bestselling authors being sold for under $10. But the war isn’t really about books at all.
A dog costs its owners roughly $1,350 per year, on average. Experts say that maintaining your pet’s health and being good about preventive vet visits are key steps to keeping expenses under control.
“Don’t do people favors without asking them.”
Through Tuesday, November 3, only, you can get $25 off purchases of $100 or more at Sports Authority—online or in the store.