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The Federal Reserve Board, Jobs, and the Rewriting of Economic History

As most people know, economists are good at rewriting history. We have seen this in the last few years as the collapse of the housing bubble and the ensuing downturn has been turned into one of those unavoidable tragedies that could not have been prevented. Show More Summary

Now We Build A Fair Trade Movement

Fast track trade authority passed last week. So many of us fought so hard but The Money won again - this time. What do we do now? We take this awareness and energy into the fight against the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). And then,...Show More Summary

It's Time To Add More Than A Second

To avoid clock drift, the world's computer clocks will gain an extra second at midnight Greenwich Mean Time, as June turns to July. This adjustment is necessary so that computer clocks can remain synchronized to Universal Time and to the time it takes the earth to rotate around the sun. Show More Summary

Los bancos se están transformando para llegar a la población no bancarizada

Por Tomas Miller and Veronica Trujillo Tomas Miller se unió al Fondo Multilateral de Inversiones en el 2000, donde dirige la Unidad de Acceso a Financiamiento, que incluye proyectos relacionados con microfinanzas, financiamiento de pequeñas...Show More Summary

Sometimes I Hate My Guts

My gut instinct is a petty little asshole. He blares warning signs to me (similar to what I think an impending nuclear strike warning would be like -- alarms, flashing lights, people running and screaming in every direction). And then,...Show More Summary

5 Ways That Blogging Doubles Your Chances for a Career Promotion

You're perfect for this promotion. You worked hard, exceeded your performance metrics, and kissed up to all the right people. This one's in the bag. Nobody's got a better chance than you. At least, not until you were blind-sided by the...Show More Summary

The Euro in Flames

Game over. The euro as we know it is coming to an end. It is no longer clear whether we are talking about a proper monetary union or about a system of fixed exchange rates. This situation was to be anticipated. The different member countries no longer trust each other. Show More Summary

Want to Lead? Enable Others to Flourish

When people are intrinsically motivated, there is something inside of them that pushes them to work. However, if they are extrinsically motivated, something outside them brings them there. Intrinsic motivations include the inborn needs...Show More Summary

Simple is as Simple Wins

True confession... I am sitting in Cannes, Cote d'Azur, French Riviera; at a little desk facing large balcony-type windows - open by the way; enjoying the fresh breeze and mesmerized by the sea and the vista of hills, beautiful villas...Show More Summary

6 Ways Language Makes a BIG Difference to Success

Glass half-empty or half-full? Does it really matter? As it turns out, it does matter how you explain that glass and the world around you. Those who explain things one way tend to be better salespeople, have less depression and are more motivated than those who see things the opposite way. Show More Summary

Job Search Coaching Doesn't Work ?

One thing I've discovered in working with folks on finding work is that coaching without using Finding Work When There Are No Jobs never works. I've found this to be true with everyone from disabled kids to vets to senior execs. So I...Show More Summary

30 Big Ideas To Make Your Blog Pop

The need to come up with a steady flow of quality content for your blog can be daunting and downright exasperating. Even the best bloggers experience writer's block occasionally. Since you're already wearing ten hats to start and run your business, the last thing you need is to waste time thinking of how you'll push out content on your blog. Show More Summary

Work. Life. Summer.

We juggle a lot. Kid's schedules, dinners, business, and somehow we are expected to do this with grace. I don't know about you, but I have a daughter who refuses to go to camps; she detests structure and following the pre-programmed nature of organized communities. Show More Summary

In FY14, Uncle Sam Breaks Record for Small Business Contracting

This past Friday at the Pentagon, SBA released its annual Small Business Procurement Scorecard, and I was delighted to report that in Fiscal Year 2014 the federal government awarded the highest percentage of contracting dollars to small...Show More Summary

Your Midyear Financial Checkup

The summer months allow most of us a chance to slow down and catch up -- on relaxation, on chores and with a bit of scheduling and focus, on our money goals. Setting a few hours aside for a midyear financial checkup in June or July can help you review how you're doing with savings, investing, spending and debt. Show More Summary

Welcome to the Real World: Personal Finance Tips for New Grads

Dear Carrie, My daughter just graduated from college. Although she took several economics classes, she really doesn't have a clue about handling her own money. How can I help her start out on the right foot? --A Reader Dear Reader, Congratulations...Show More Summary

I Have The Answer. But What Is The Question?

It is true that in a referendum, the people speak. But they don't say much. Just a "yes" or a "no." That's why the important part of a referendum isn't the answer. It's the question. When the Scottish were asked to vote in a referendum on whether they wanted independence from the United Kingdom, the question was not vague. Show More Summary

5 Best and Worst Things to Buy Generic

By Caroline Hailey, Contributor Whether you're single or married, have a large or small family, finding ways to save money is always a good feeling. And with so many generic options out there these days, it's often tempting to just buy...Show More Summary

15 Best Fourth of July Freebies, Discounts and Deals

By Paul Sisolak, Contributor No Fourth of July celebration would be complete without the following: barbecues, picnics, vacations and fireworks displays. According to the National Retail Federation, in 2014 more than 153 million Americans...Show More Summary

Let's Not Gush Over Ikea's Announcement

Ever since it declared it would be raising the wages of its U.S. employees for the second year in a row, the Ikea Corporation (people still refer to it as a Swedish company even though its headquarters, for years, have been located in the Netherlands) has been basking in the limelight, as if this amounted to some sort of emancipation proclamation. Show More Summary

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