Cyber attacks have become an all too common part of life in modern America. A recent attack slowed or stopped the Internet all across the East Coast as well as locations in California. And, every time something like this happens, the general public learns something new and less than thrilling about the system on which … [Read more…]
Well, it’s happened. Ever since an NFL player – you know who it was – opted to sit during the National Anthem, folks have been clamoring for someone to lose a sponsor over what they deem to be an outrage. Now someone has, and it’s not Colin Kaepernick.
There are many ways to make financial mistakes. Many people go about investing and savings the wrong way. If it is hard for you to save money, then this article is for you. We all make mistakes financially, whether it be investing in the wrong companies or loaning money to someone who is known for being in … [Read more…]
Traveling for business or pleasure can open your eyes to different cultures and exotic landscapes. However, it will be hard to get to and from your destination without any money. Therefore, it is important that you know how to protect it when you travel.
The internet is alive with news that Zuckerberg bought homes surrounding his own just to tear them down, perhaps out of spite. But as anyone in PR knows, there is often more to the story than at first meets the eye — for better or for worse.
Maybe you’ve heard this one: someone posts something they think is innocuous or innocent on Twitter, and suddenly mobs are swarming them, blowing up their phone and tablet and laptop with notifications and saying things that would offend the average 13-year-old boy.
A vast majority of people feel they own their personal finance. Unfortunately, it’s not always the case, and you’ll be surprised how little control you actually have on the money you work so hard for. Whether it’s from the variable interest rates you pay on your loans or the unforeseeable medical expenses that burn holes … [Read more…]
With newspapers vanishing and, especially, younger people reading less while still being more politically engaged, what will replace the political cartoon for conveying (or mocking) an idea as these trends continue?
It’s too bad that some of the most critical skills that your kids can learn usually aren’t taught in school. Learning how to handle money counts as one of them at least in most schools. Therefore summertime represents the perfect time for you teach your kids some lessons in finance. Fortunately, there are steps you … [Read more…]
As if the market news wasn’t bad enough for department stores, one of the originals is now facing a workers walkout, the first in four decades. A few days back the company announced a tentative deal with the potential strikers, averting – at least for now – any more talk of a strike.