Man Unearths 12-Pound Gold Nugget
Man Unearths 12-Pound Gold Nugget
on January 17, 2013

He found it with a metal detector in Australia.

Man Outsourced His Own Job to China
Man Outsourced His Own Job to China
on January 17, 2013

Then he spent the day getting paid to watch cat videos and surf the Internet. Until he got caught.

Control Your Laptop By Waving Your Hand, For $70
Control Your Laptop By Waving Your Hand, For $70
on January 17, 2013

Goodbye, mouse? Now you can be a computer wizard, even if you’re not a tech expert.

How Lance Armstrong Will Keep Making Money
How Lance Armstrong Will Keep Making Money
on January 16, 2013

After confessing to Oprah, the cyclist has some options to keep raking in the cash.

Unemployment Fraud Scheme Revealed
Unemployment Fraud Scheme Revealed
on January 16, 2013

21 people have charged in this $5 million plot which involved fake employers and more than 400 “employees.”

Walmart Will Hire Every Vet Who Wants a Job
Walmart Will Hire Every Vet Who Wants a Job
on January 16, 2013

The program begins Memorial Day, and is expected to lead to 100,000 hires.

More Working Families Living In Near-Poverty
More Working Families Living In Near-Poverty
on January 16, 2013

A new study says roughly 10.4 million families struggle to pay for necessities, which is up 200,000 from the number a year ago.

Smart Appliances Help Run the House
Smart Appliances Help Run the House
on January 16, 2013

Imagine a fridge that can tell you what’s available for dinner – and tell the oven to start preparing itself.

6 Tips to Reduce Your 2013 Inflation Rate
6 Tips to Reduce Your 2013 Inflation Rate
on January 16, 2013

Experts predict low overall inflation this year, but the key word is “overall.” Some prices will be rising a lot more than others. Here’s how to fight back.

Washington Sues Penny Auction Site
Washington Sues Penny Auction Site
on January 15, 2013

The state says Arrow Outlet cheated and made customers pay more than necessary to win auctions.

Made in America? Some Things Just Aren’t
Made in America? Some Things Just Aren’t
on January 15, 2013

The Alliance for American Manufacturing tried to furnish its office with products made only in the USA. Some were very expensive, while others couldn’t be found at any price.

Tricks to Improve Google Searches
Tricks to Improve Google Searches
on January 15, 2013

Save time and get more relevant results with these shortcuts and plugins.

Stream and Record TV on Your Phone
Stream and Record TV on Your Phone
on January 15, 2013

A new subscription service, Aereo, lets you catch local TV while you’re out of town and save it for later on a portable device.

Save Your Favorite Monopoly Piece
Save Your Favorite Monopoly Piece
on January 15, 2013

If you don’t vote, the little dog might get it. And could be replaced by a robot.

Lottery Winner Killed
Lottery Winner Killed
on January 14, 2013

Does winning make you a target? Even if not publicized, the names are usually legally available.

The Return of Kodak
The Return of Kodak
on January 14, 2013

Eastman Kodak went bankrupt last year, but the iconic brand isn’t disappearing.

Why You Can’t Pass Up Clearance
Why You Can’t Pass Up Clearance
on January 14, 2013

Here’s the lure of sales — and why you should usually resist.

Netflix Snags Cartoon Network Deal
Netflix Snags Cartoon Network Deal
on January 14, 2013

It will help the business compete with the expanded offerings of Hulus Plus and Amazon Prime.

The Most Expensive 2013 Cars to Insure
The Most Expensive 2013 Cars to Insure
on January 14, 2013

One brand dominates the list of new cars with high insurance rates.

We’re Back to Racking Up Personal Debt
We’re Back to Racking Up Personal Debt
on January 11, 2013

Perhaps in a sign that the economy is improving, people are becoming more financially reckless again.

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