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4 Millennials Describe How The Great Recession Shaped Their Lives – Kristin Stoller

Call it the tale of two stereotypes. In one, Millennials are job-hopping crypto-crazed maniacs who would rather buy bitcoin than bonds. In the other, they’re a generation so scarred by the Great Recession that they cling to any chance for job security and keep their money (what little they have left after student loan payments) … Continue reading 4 Millennials Describe How The Great Recession Shaped Their Lives – Kristin Stoller

Think Again If You Plan To Work Longer – Teresa Ghilarducci

When 52% of older workers are pushed out of their jobs, working longer is not their choice. The stark truth is that a significant share of older workers  -- age 55-64 -- are not anywhere near being on track to afford retirement. The median retirement account balance for older workers is only $15,000. Even the … Continue reading Think Again If You Plan To Work Longer – Teresa Ghilarducci

Amazon’s HQ2 Could Be Silicon Valley 2, For Better Or Worse – Pete Saunders

Thirteen months into the international derby that is the Amazon HQ2 selection process, it seems the end of the sweepstakes is near. What's happened? What have we learned? What's next? It's been a dizzying year-plus for the giant online retailer. Amazon received 238 proposals last November from cities across North America, each wanting a crack … Continue reading Amazon’s HQ2 Could Be Silicon Valley 2, For Better Or Worse – Pete Saunders

What Oil at $100 a Barrel Would Mean for the Global Economy – Enda Curran & Michelle Jamrisko

Rising oil prices are prompting forecasts of a return to $100 a barrel for the first time since 2014, creating both winners and losers in the world economy. Exporters of the fuel would enjoy bumper returns, giving a fillip to companies and government coffers. By contrast, consuming nations would bear the cost at the pump, … Continue reading What Oil at $100 a Barrel Would Mean for the Global Economy – Enda Curran & Michelle Jamrisko

Stocks To Buy While They’re Down Intel U.S. Steel State Street And Vipshop

Many investors won’t buy a stock unless it shows “relative strength,” in other words, has been rising more than its peers lately. They are missing some great buying opportunities. Sometimes, I believe, the best time to buy a stock is when it is down. That’s why each quarter I compile a "Casualty List" of stocks … Continue reading Stocks To Buy While They’re Down Intel U.S. Steel State Street And Vipshop

How To Leverage A Job Offer At Your Current Role – Lelia Gowland

While men can have a grand old time leveraging one job offer for another with minimal consequence, women often face negative repercussions for doing the same. Traditional negotiation advice about leveraging one job offer for another has the potential to backfire for women. The good news is that there are tools to avoid these consequences.A … Continue reading How To Leverage A Job Offer At Your Current Role – Lelia Gowland

A Sad Story Of A Failed Russian Bank And Its Toxic Aftermath – Kenneth Rapoza

Promsvyazbank, better known as PSB, is the latest post-Soviet lender to get taken over by the Central Bank of Russia (CBR), and now faces shareholder suits in London and Moscow. PSB is one of the 10 largest banks in Russia, as they still describe themselves on their website. PSB was delisted from the Moscow Stock … Continue reading A Sad Story Of A Failed Russian Bank And Its Toxic Aftermath – Kenneth Rapoza

Cheapest Michelin Starred Meals In The World Revealed – Monica Houghton

  Michelin has long been considered the authority on fine dining. Chefs at the best restaurants around the world work hard to achieve Michelin star ratings. Food lovers often have Michelin star restaurants on their bucket list. Given Michelin stars are so coveted, you may be surprised that you don’t have to shell out thousands … Continue reading Cheapest Michelin Starred Meals In The World Revealed – Monica Houghton

Google And Goldman Back Bitcoin Startup For Small Businesses – Michael del Castillo

Marwan Forzely has come a long way since his days at Western Union. The serial entrepreneur, who sold his previous company to Western Union to help the money-transfer giant directly connect to customer bank accounts, has raised $25 million to cut intermediary banks out of the payment process altogether.Instead of relying on a series of … Continue reading Google And Goldman Back Bitcoin Startup For Small Businesses – Michael del Castillo

How This Teacher Left The Classroom And Built A Million Dollar Education Business – Robyn D. Shulman

Did you know that nearly one out of five public school teachers hold down a second job during the school year? According to EdWeek, half of teachers with second jobs currently work in a role outside of education, and 5% of teachers take on a second teaching or tutoring job outside of their school districts. … Continue reading How This Teacher Left The Classroom And Built A Million Dollar Education Business – Robyn D. Shulman

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