Moving up in the business world can be tough and appearing smart is not as easy as some might think it is. Wise Bread has come up with four words and phrases that are great to use in the working world when you want to sound a littleShow More Summary
Every year around this time I put on my clever hat and try to have some fun with Black Friday… This has produced a multitude of award winning articles such as “How I feel about Black Friday in Animated Gifs“, “7 Things I’d rather do than shop on Black Friday,” and my personal favorite, “10 ways Black Friday is like sex.’ (I swear, I deserve […]
HP has shown it can innovate — but can those innovations save the company?
The company is going on a full-court PR press to get more young drinkers
With five people living under our roof, our food budget quickly stacks up to become a major part of our family’s expenses for the month, which naturally means that we’re very interested in methods that can reduce our food spending while also putting a variety of meals on the table. Show More Summary
Investing doesn't have to be complicated; and with index funds, it's not. Learn why low-cost index investing may be the secret to a better performing portfolio. Why Index Funds Cost Less, Reduce Risk And Make You A Better Investor appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
www.youtube.com The latest Papa John's (PZZA) television commercial features pizzeria founder John Schnatter and Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning talking up the Fritos Chili Pizza. The chain's latest specialty pie substitutes chili sauce for marinara. Show More Summary
The author of a cultural history of the NYC taxi — a former cabbie himself — explains why he believes oversight is necessary
What do you do when you’ve entrusted a company to insure your most valuable possessions — your car, your home, your life — and that company goes belly-up just when you need them most? Of course, no one expects the company holding their policy to go bankrupt. Show More Summary
www.keurig.com Things are starting to heat up in the single-serve coffee market. Keurig Green Mountain (GMCR) continues to dominate this growing niche, but a big gamble on a new platform and hungrier competition are setting the stage for a more competitive future. Keurig Green Mountain reports on Wednesday afternoon. Show More Summary
(Readers: This is a sponsored article by FifteenEach.) When it comes to shopping, everybody loves a great bargain, which is why cost-conscious shoppers will be thrilled to know that today marks the grand opening of 15each.co; a brand new online clothing store that combines the fun of finding hidden gems with the bargains of thrift […]
What’s inside? Here are the questions answered in today’s reader mailbag, boiled down to five word summaries. Click on the number to jump straight down to the question. 1. Life insurance question 2. Buying gas when it’s cheap 3. Old deep freezer items 4. Show More Summary
The rap mogul loves "Ace of Spades" champagne so much he raps about it and served it at an Obama fundraiser
A great ad by GE. Good script, good visuals and inspiring…..maybe even a tad scary. Cool demo of 3D printing and the future of colaborative work. The post Awesome ad by GE appeared first on Neville's Financial Blog.
A new novel revolves around a murderous life settlements investor. That's fiction. But these products have very real risks for buyers and sellers.
A single-malt from Japan has been named the best whisky in the world for the first time. Here's why you shouldn't be all that surprised
It’s time to sit back, relax and enjoy a little joe … Wow. Can you believe it’s November already? Christmas will be here before we know it. I once read that the passage of time is like a roll of toilet paper — the closer you get to the end, the faster it goes. I […]
Once a month (or so), I share a dozen things that have inspired me to greater personal, professional, and financial success in my life. I hope they bring similar success to your life. 1. Claude Monet, Red Boats at Argenteuil (1875) Whenever...Show More Summary
It’s not even nine months into the Satya Nadella era of Microsoft and the new CEO is making his mark. Notably, his Microsoft is smaller after completing this week most of the 18,000 job cuts he announced in July. Whether Nadella’s plans for Microsoft succeed, it’s clear the company is dramatically different from the Microsoft…
What up what up! And welcome to the first post of a new series I like to call “WTF Wednesdays.” Now you might be thinking to yourself, “WTF are WTF Wednesdays?” If so, allow me to enlighten you. WTF Wednesdays will be dedicated to the random, the wacky, or the straight up weird stuff that people do (or that’s done to them) – all in […]