By Greg McFarlane
Perhaps you're a low-maintenance investor who doesn't like to complicate things? Alternatively, maybe you're a proponent of the permanent bull market theory, confident that the market will always rise with sufficient time? Either way, it's easy to get caught up in
By Amanda C. Haury
Perceptive consumers know that if you want to get the best bargain or value you need to do your homework before making your purchase. It is wise to compare prices, quality and features before making a final decision on a product. While many products on the market aren't much
By Angie Mohr
With the economy still not back on the fast track to recovery from the recent recession, many people are looking for ways to squeeze a few more dollars out of their monthly budgets. Groceries are often a target for savings and, with a little practice, you can save money at the grocery
By Christopher Elliott
Duncan Fox saw a glimmer of hope when Mexicana Airlines recently announced it would return to the skies. Back in 2010, he'd booked a flight from San Francisco to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, but shortly before his trip, Mexicana filed for bankruptcy protection and then folded
By Jeff Haden
You might interview a job candidate for an hour, but sometimes it's over in minutes.
Everyone does it: We all make decisions based on a little data and a lot of experience.
Other people might call that acting on a hunch or going by gut feel -- especially if they disagree with your
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It's finally time to pick up a new smartphone, but you're probably not sure how much data that you'll need on a month-to-month basis. We're here to help you figure out how much data various applications use every month, so that you can find the right data
By Brad Knickerbocker
As the presidential campaign calendar moves inexorably toward the November election, the economy increasingly becomes a political problem for President Obama.
The recovery creeps along and may be stalled. And the further into Obama's first term the nation gets, the more
By Mary Wiltenburg
Veterans today are having a harder time finding jobs than most Americans -- but why? They leave the military with sought-after skills. Most are willing to move for the right job. Employers who hire them overwhelmingly say they're glad they did.
So what's the
By Jeff Haden
We all over-use certain words and phrases. (Me included: I'm guilty of slipping "well" into sentences way too often.)
That's natural, but if you're hoping to communicate effectively -- or be taken seriously -- that's also a real problem.
Once upon a time a network
By Jon Burgstone and Bill Murphy, Jr.
What would you do with a heck of a lot of money? Would you be happier? How much so?
In recent days, we've watched the aftermath of the Facebook IPO, and paid close attention as news broke that SAP is acquiring Ariba. We've been thinking about what