This week: how to sell your old stuff on Facebook, why saving money is easier than losing weight, 10 tips for dealing with car salesmen, three ways to be more optimistic, and how to think like a rich person.
Around The House
Procter & Gamble hopes to revitalize sales of its men’s shaving products with a razor designed for men who remove hair below the neck.
Amazon hasn’t increased the price of Prime since it debuted nine years ago. The idea of a price increase for its competitor makes Netflix happy.
Those who subscribe to satellite TV will soon see political campaign ads that are meant specifically for their household.
A new line of Crest coming out next month will offer flavors we don’t normally associate with toothpaste.
Here’s some fun stuff you can talk about with friends during the halftime show.
A new New York Times illustration explains how “made in Italy” extra-virgin olive oil is doctored with cheaper stuff.