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 […]
Fall is by far the best time of the year. The weather is perfect, the holidays are just around the corner, and there are endless ways to celebrate the season without breaking the bank. Save some cash and bask in the beauty of AutumnShow More Summary
Make lots of lists as soon as you get to the office
Remember that ad…? Of course you do, because even when you think advertising isn’t having an effect on you, it is. The fact that you remember the Taco Bell Chihuahua or the Old Spice guy is proof that television ads, at the very least, take up some space in your memory. Making a brand or... The post Insurance Ads: Trick or Treat? appeared first on The Simple Dollar.
Walking into a store is a dangerous place. We understand. You go in telling yourself you don't need anything, but sure enough you leave with a shopping bag... or two. Thankfully, Money Talks News has 20 solutions to put an end to your compulsive shopping days. Compulsive shopping is an oddly human habit. Show More Summary
For decades, the share of women majoring in computer science was rising. Then, in the 1980s, something changed.
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Gen Y is taking saving seriously, a new survey shows. But they still don't know who to trust for financial advice.
Cool to see Peter Thiel and Reid Hoffman candidly talk about hiring fast learners over seasoned professionals, doing new things, and that most of your good ideas for your business will completely change soon. Peter Thiel and Reid Hoffman...Show More Summary
Let me start off by describing several hobbies I’ve enjoyed over the years. It’s not a secret that I’m an avid reader. Once upon a time, I had a large collection of books that I’d purchased in various places. Some of them were cheapShow More Summary
Source: Getty / Stan Honda WhatsApp is officially part of the Facebook family, now that the United States Securities and Exchange Commission and the European Union have given the go ahead for the merger to happen. After Facebook's $16...Show More Summary
Dealing with student loan debt is tough. You’re probably no stranger to the student loan crisis we’re facing with $1.2 trillion and growing in debt. The average student will graduate with a whopping $40,000 in student loans, but forShow More Summary
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. Colin Grant on being the son of a difficult father...Show More Summary
Source: Getty / Stan Honda WhatsApp is officially one step closer to being part of the Facebook family, as the European Union has given the go ahead for the merger to happen. After Facebook's $16 billion acquisition of the mobile messaging...Show More Summary
This new ad reminds you that it's never time to stop dieting
That didn't take long. Three days into retirement, the Yankee great launches a media business. Here's hoping it's more interesting than he's been.
Source: Shutterstock Everyone says college goes by fast, and while that's a cliché, it also could not be any more true. As you adjust to the next biggest four years of your life, there are certain tricks and tips you must leave for college knowing. Show More Summary