How Bad Is Income Inequality Where You Live?
How Bad Is Income Inequality Where You Live?

on October 23, 2012

Find out what the average pay difference is between men and women in your county.

The New $20 Bicycle
The New $20 Bicycle

on October 23, 2012

An inventor has discovered how to make bicycles at a fraction of the cost – by using a surprising alternative to a metal frame.

Got a Credit Report Problem? Let’s Talk
Got a Credit Report Problem? Let’s Talk

on October 22, 2012

The government can now help settle disputes between you and a credit reporting agency. Here’s what you can complain about, and how.

Jobs That Employees Feel Harm the World
Jobs That Employees Feel Harm the World

on October 22, 2012

Find out which employees feel guilty about their work, and which don’t.

Vote Romney or Get Fired?
Vote Romney or Get Fired?

on October 22, 2012

Some employers are announcing they may cut jobs if Obama wins. Is that a threat – and is it legal?

The Perks of Silicon Valley
The Perks of Silicon Valley

on October 22, 2012

Working for a tech company that’s a household name can bring unusually awesome benefits home, too.

Target to Price Match Amazon
Target to Price Match Amazon

on October 22, 2012

The retail wars are heating up, and the big-box store is challenging its online competition directly. Here are the details on the new policies.

RIP, Bill Shock
RIP, Bill Shock

on October 19, 2012

Here’s why you should never face an unexpected surge in your phone bill ever again.

Skipping Breakfast Makes You Eat More
Skipping Breakfast Makes You Eat More

on October 19, 2012

New research explains why you shouldn’t miss meals.

Creativity Linked to Mental Illness
Creativity Linked to Mental Illness

on October 19, 2012

Researchers found that writers are 50 percent more likely than average to commit suicide, and other startling facts.

Credit Cards for Stay-at-Home Spouses
Credit Cards for Stay-at-Home Spouses

on October 19, 2012

Your stay-at-home husband or wife may soon have better access to credit, if a new proposed rule is adopted.

Study: You’re Wrong About How Much You Work
Study: You’re Wrong About How Much You Work

on October 19, 2012

Whether it’s fatigue or a fib, a new government report says many people exaggerate how hard they work.

Drinking Worse Than Smoking
Drinking Worse Than Smoking

on October 18, 2012

New research shows alcoholism cuts life expectancy more drastically than a smoking addiction – especially for women.

Give Me a Better Boss
Give Me a Better Boss

on October 18, 2012

Would you pick a better boss over a raise? Many would, according to a new survey.

Losing Sleep Slows Down Learning
Losing Sleep Slows Down Learning

on October 18, 2012

Important news for college students and quiz show contestants: All-nighters mess up your memory.

Google Laptops for $250
Google Laptops for $250

on October 18, 2012

The new Chromebooks are here, and cheaper than before. But does the new price offset the limitations?

Why Do Women Make Less Than Men?
Why Do Women Make Less Than Men?

on October 18, 2012

A questioner at Tuesday night’s presidential debate raised the age-old question. But the answer is more complicated than a two-minute response would allow.

What the President Can Do About Gas Prices
What the President Can Do About Gas Prices

on October 17, 2012

It was one of the most heated exchanges of last night’s debate between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, yet neither really answered it.

How Jobs and Pay Affect Voting Behavior
How Jobs and Pay Affect Voting Behavior

on October 17, 2012

Which candidate do psychologists favor? What about doctors or nurses?

Oklahoma Homeowners Getting Big Payout
Oklahoma Homeowners Getting Big Payout

on October 17, 2012

Oklahoma will get in on the $25 billion mortgage settlement after all, with a better and quicker deal it negotiated directly with banks.

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