All Blogs / Business & Finance / Popular


weekend open house: Disarmingly Charming and Historic 1930s Spanish in Glendale's Rossmoyne District Asking $1.36 Million

Open House: Saturday, April 25, 2015 between 1 PM - 4 PM; Sunday, April 25, 2015 between 1 PM - 4 PM 1106 Rossmoyne Ave, Glendale Price: $1,360,000 Beds, Baths: 3 beds,...

The "War On Cash" Migrates To Switzerland

Submitted by Pater Tenebrarum via Acting-Man blog, Banks Increasingly Refuse Cash Withdrawals – Switzerland Joins the Fun The war on cash is proliferating globally. It appears that the private members of the world’s banking cartels are increasingly joining the fun, even if it means trampling on the rights of their customers. Show More Summary

Strategies: Apple Won’t Always Rule. Just Look at IBM.

Like IBM in the 1980s, the stock market giant has room to grow, but there are early signs of the end of its dominance.

Today's Headlines

Bloomberg: Euro Ministers Alarmed as Bloc Shuts Down Greece Plan B. Europe’s refusal to draw up contingency plans to prepare for the failure of negotiations with Greece is alarming some euro-area finance ministers. Slovenian financeShow More Summary

Is Greece About To "Lose" Its Gold Again?

When it comes to the topic of Greece, most pundits focus on two items: i) when will Greece finally run out of confiscated cash, and ii) will Greece fold to the Troika (and agree to another bailout(s) with even more austerity) or to Russia...Show More Summary

Volatility Is The Square Root Of Time & Fat Tails

Authored by Russ Certo of Brean Capital via David Kotok of Cumberland Advisors, Russ Certo of Brean Capital has penned a superb research note (PDF here). Readers may note that this is a technical essay and it is thought provoking for the professional in the money management and/or for those skilled in the monetary policy arena. Show More Summary

CBS, PBS tie for most Daytime Creative Arts Emmys

The daytime lineups of CBS and PBS took home the most awards at Friday night's Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, with 17 each.

Canada’s opt-in rules could change marketing as we know it

Guest: The dangerous misconception is that since CASL is a Canadian law, it does not apply to those outside of the country.

Use Pain Interviewing To Get The Job

Forget the boring, standard job interview script and talk about what matters -- your hiring manager's pain! Here's how to get your manager off the script and into a substantive conversation about the Business Pain keeping him or her up at night

Tullow says 'TEN' oil project 'can move ahead' after court ruling

ACCRA (Reuters) - British company Tullow said on Saturday its offshore oil and gas project TEN "can move ahead" after an international maritime tribunal ruled in a border dispute between Ghana and Ivory Coast. The company said it would...Show More Summary

BP Podcast 096: Finding Deals, Wholesaling and House Flipping in a Hot Market With Anson Young

Real estate investing isn’t always about the speed of the chase – sometimes patience is key and the amount of deals you close might not be as important as the quality of each deal. If you’d like to hone your deal-finding skills and knowledge of your local market, don’t miss out on this BiggerPockets Podcast [...]Show More Summary

BP Podcast 092: No (and Low) Money Down Real Estate Investing with Brandon Turner

What would you do if you didn’t need money to invest in real estate anymore? That’s the question we tackle today on the BiggerPockets Podcast as we interview one of our own… Brandon Turner, to learn how he’s purchased over $2,000,000 of real estate with almost no money of his own! Brandon, although co-host on [...]Show More Summary

The Haggler: Spurned by an Insurer After Filing Small Claims

The Haggler helps a homeowner whose insurance policy was not renewed by State Farm after he made two claims and received no reimbursement.

Will Michigan voters raise the state sales tax to fix roads?

Here in Texas, especially the western part of the state where I grew up and communities are many miles apart, you get used to driving. So when roads start deteriorating, motorists tend to get irritated. The rage over road conditionsShow More Summary

A change in Facebook’s top paid execs speaks volumes about the company’s priorities

Chris Cox, Facebook's Chief Product Officer, made his debut appearance on the company's proxy statement today, with a total 2014 compensation package worth $12.47 million.

Financial Status

At a finance conference last year, I learned this: Instead of saving money directly for their own retirement, many workers have their employers save for them. Those employers hire in-house specialists to pick which specialty consulting firms to hire. These consulting … Continue reading ?

The best places to eat uni in Manhattan

Click here to see the story > Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: 6 little-known Excel shortcuts that will impress your boss

Millennials shun the new home sales market: in the face of tight inventory, why are builders not building new homes?

One of the many interesting dynamics of the current housing market is the lack of new home sales and also, new home construction.  New housing construction tends to be a boom for the economy across all income levels.  Why?  People when buying a new home also tend to fill the house with the general crap […]

Jackie Robinson West's Bitter Departure Is A Blow -- For Little League

Little League International had to be pushed into stripping Jackie Robinson West of its U.S. World Series title for violating the organization's residency rules, and now we see why. Jackie Robinson West, upset at sanctions levied in February, announced in late April it would withdraw from Little League and affiliate instead [...]

Secrets to Make Your Business Stand Out

In today’s business world, it can be difficult to differentiate your business from all the others out there in your industry. That means you need to play up your business’s strengths in order to really stand out. Members of the small business community know a bit about standing out from the crowd. Here are some...

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC