T-Mobile and MetroPCS Will Merge
T-Mobile and MetroPCS Will Merge
on October 4, 2012

Two of the smaller telecom companies will join forces to take on the big three: Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon. Find out what’s good and bad about the likely merger.

Don’t Text and Walk
Don’t Text and Walk
on October 4, 2012

Guess how many teenage pedestrians who get hit by cars are distracted by their phones at the time.

Best Buy May Cut Prices Online
Best Buy May Cut Prices Online
on October 4, 2012

Planning out your Black Friday yet? It’s a safe bet Best Buy is, and they know you’re looking at Amazon.

What You Missed From the Debate
What You Missed From the Debate
on October 4, 2012

Didn’t watch the presidential debate? Here’s everything you need: the schedule, the facts, the transcript, and more.

Homeowners: Get Your Share of Bank Billions
Homeowners: Get Your Share of Bank Billions
on October 4, 2012

Is your home worth less than you owe? Was it foreclosed between 2008 and 2011? Was your loan serviced by one of the five biggest lenders? You may be entitled to a chunk of one of the biggest civil settlements in history.

Student Pays for College with Rebates
Student Pays for College with Rebates
on October 3, 2012

Don’t believe in rebates? This guy paid for $3,500 in college tuition with rebates from everyday items he purchased (and often resold) online.

Milk May Cost More Than Gas Soon
Milk May Cost More Than Gas Soon
on October 3, 2012

Thanks to Congress, the cost of a gallon of milk may double next year.

Has the Recession Hurt Baby-Making?
Has the Recession Hurt Baby-Making?
on October 3, 2012

Experts say the economy’s punched us right in the collective baby-maker, with 2011 data showing the lowest number of American births in more than a decade.

Bald Guys Appear ‘Tougher’?
Bald Guys Appear ‘Tougher’?
on October 3, 2012

New research shows shaved-bald guys are seen as taller, stronger, more manly, authoritative, and dominant than men with thinning or full hair.

How Often People Miss Work
How Often People Miss Work
on October 3, 2012

According to a new survey, big companies say their employees don’t show up 3.5 percent of the time. Many of them don’t think it’s hurt productivity or profits.

Cute Animals May Make Us Work Better
Cute Animals May Make Us Work Better
on October 2, 2012

Japanese researchers have found pictures of kittens and puppies make people more careful and efficient at certain tasks.

The Doctor Doesn’t Need to See You Now
The Doctor Doesn’t Need to See You Now
on October 2, 2012

The Census Bureau finds people are visiting medical providers less often than in 2001, although seniors still need frequent care.

Millionaires Collected Unemployment During Recession
Millionaires Collected Unemployment During Recession
on October 2, 2012

954,000 homes making income over $100,000 and a few thousand millionaires are among those who collected unemployment benefits in 2009.

Honda Recalling More Than 600,000 Cars
Honda Recalling More Than 600,000 Cars
on October 2, 2012

A flaw in 2003-2007 Accords may allow power steering fluid to leak and cause an engine fire.

Report: IRS May Have Ignored Consumer Rights
Report: IRS May Have Ignored Consumer Rights
on October 2, 2012

A new audit of IRS practices found the group may have overlooked some taxpayers’ legal representatives in collection investigations.

A Sneaky Way to Get Discounts Online
A Sneaky Way to Get Discounts Online
on October 1, 2012

Tempted to buy something online, but not sure the price is right? Teasing may get rewarded, says Time magazine.

10 Used Cars to Avoid
10 Used Cars to Avoid
on October 1, 2012

Using reliability and safety reports plus resale values, Forbes put together a list of 10 used cars to steer clear of.

Get Your Social Security Statements Online
Get Your Social Security Statements Online
on October 1, 2012

You can now estimate and apply for Social Security benefits online, plus track lifetime earnings.

IRS May Have Missed $5 Billion in Fraud
on October 1, 2012

The Journal of Accountancy is calling out the IRS for 1.5 million tax refunds that could have been fraudulently claimed through identity theft.

Doctor’s Office: The Video Game!
Doctor’s Office: The Video Game!
on October 1, 2012

The U.S. government has published a free short video game designed to teach health care pros about protecting patient privacy and records.

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