Spirit Airlines CEO Ben Baldanza is a cheeky sort who revels in selling deep discount seats without any pretense of air travel being some kind of magical experience. To him, it’s a bus with wings and should be priced accordingly. He’s just as direct about the taxes and fees that passengers have to pay. Show More Summary
What do you do when your school can’t afford a 3D printer? If you’re Shai Schechter and Andrey Kovalev you build one yourself. Their printer, called Deltaprintr, has just launched on Kickstarter and the pair has already hit $102,000 out of a $195,000 goal. Show More Summary
Microsoft announced this morning that they've sold two million shiny new Xbox Ones, and if your immediate reaction, dear Kotaku reader, is to say something about the PS4, please stop. Read more...
Back in 2012, Verizon Wireless announced a marketing deal with several of the country’s largest cable operators that would let these companies sell cable/Internet/wireless bundles. We warned at the time that this would give Verizon even more reason to halt expansion of its costly FiOS network, as the company stood to make more money from the wireless business than … [More]
AT&T’s CEO Randall Stephenson told investors yesterday that with smartphone penetration approaching 90 percent, the existing business model – where carriers sell highly-subsizided smartphones to drive demand – will have to change. When you’re growing the business initially, you have to do aggressive device subsidies to get people on the network. But as you approach 90 […]
By Market AuthorityPlease note – this is not a missive to advise you to sell all your stocks. If you read my thoughts on the taper yesterday, you’ll know that I believe any selloff on taper fears is a buying opportunity. Today we’reShow More Summary
NPR's Planet Money decided to sell some T-shirts. But they didn't just buy them, they tracked the production from growing the cotton to delivering them to your door. Want to produce a compelling story about a topic that usually isn't a page turner? It pays to follow the classic writing trope: Show, don't tell. Read Full Story
Entrepreneurs who have had successful exits find it easier to raise capital for their next ventures. They come with the sort of record the money people want: A past littered with big, profitable liquidity events. So, sell your company or take it public, count to 10 and start again. I doubt you'll have much trouble raising the cash for another go.
World of Warcraft has made it even easier to part with your money, as Blizzard has launched an in-game store for the popular MMO. The Battle.net Shop (as it's being called) is primarily focused on selling mounts and pets. The store can...Show More Summary
From the Denver Post editorial board: If you're going to sell wedding cakes in Colorado, you have to sell them to everyone who comes into your shop. You can't pick and choose among customers based upon your belief that some weddings are immoral. Show More Summary
From the Raleigh News & Observer Under the Dome: Holiday gift: Need the perfect gift for your Moral Monday protester this holiday season? Progress NC, a frequent McCrory opponent, is selling bumper stickers that say “one-term Pat” and are punctuated with a cookie. Show More Summary
Appreciation is nice, but sometimes you just need to get rid of your house. Here's how to sell your home to break even after factoring all potential costs. How to Sell Your Home When You Might (Barely) Break Even appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
The LuxePad A110 wired keyboard sells for just $20. (Credit: Genius) Looking for a low-cost keyboard for your Android tablet? One has just landed in North America. Previously available abroad, the LuxePad A110 is a wired keyboard made by the folks at Taiwan-based Genius. Show More Summary
Congratulations on advancing to your fantasy football semifinals! Maybe you sat on top of your league all season, or maybe you snuck into the playoffs as the No. 8 seed. Either way, it’s a clean slate now, and every little decision is...Show More Summary
The idea's the thing. If you build your story around a unique and compelling idea, your odds of selling it increase dramatically. Often, a perfectly good project will go unsold because the premise on which it is based is too predictable, commonplace, or over-published. Show More Summary
Zack writes, "Ever wanted to turn your house into Pee Wee's Playhouse? Well, here's the closest you'll ever get -- a fan is selling the remnants of a J.C.
Post by Jeanne Sager. If trying to sell your newborn once is unthinkable, what is trying to sell your baby twice? Try criminal. Leeanna Brown of Kentucky is in a heap of trouble this week after cops found out she tried to sell her baby to her cousin. Show More Summary
I stumbled upon an ecoATM a few weeks ago while at Northlake Mall. I decided to pay it a visit this evening, with old cell phone in tow. If you aren't familiar with ecoATM, it's an automated kiosk that allows you to sell your old mobile phones, tablets, and MP3 players and get cash instantly. Show More Summary
Hey, did you sign up an account in the California Obamacare exchanges? If you did, guess what: Covered California gave out your personal information to brokers, the better for them to call you up out of the blue and try to sell you an...Show More Summary
For most of us, the process of buying a new car not only involves choosing and purchasing your new set of wheels but also disposing of your current car. Here, you basically have two options: sell it privately, or trade … Continue reading ? The post Trade in: How to get the best deal appeared first on CarAdvice.