Author: Brandon Ballenger
This week’s deals include camping gear, cheap pens, pearl necklaces, and car audio equipment. No foolin’.
This week in deals: subwoofers, Vans shoes, drills, magazines, and Food Network merchandise. Don’t miss out on a free full-sized bottle of shampoo either.
This week in deals: coupons for JCPenney and Advance Auto Parts, discounted swimwear and dresses, stuff for the home and the office, and weird deals on combat knives and wiper blades.
In a follow-up to Stacy’s story on the gender pay gap, two new studies raise more questions: Does having more women on a board of directors make a female CEO more likely? And why do men get jobs abroad four times as often as women do?
According to the FTC, Identity theft is by far the number one consumer problem in the U.S. Here’s how it happens, how to prevent it and how to recover if it happens to you.
In today’s news: The working class worries about retirement, the rich worry about being rich enough, the glass-half-full version of the earthquake’s economic impact is “net positive,” tax rules are confusing people, and rental rates are up.
In today’s news: Stocks are down, fundraising scams are up, Bank of America is accused of sketchy foreclosure activity by hackers, Hewlett-Packard is branching out with new services, and Japan’s going to need more energy imports.
In today’s news: Japan’s central bank is stepping in to keep markets calm after quake, Kia’s recalling 2006-2008 Optimas; milk futures may be down 15 percent by year end; and Ohioans are disappointed about not getting their promised $200 million tax refunds.
This week in deals: savings for frequent flyers, gadget lovers, office guys, and people with a big sweet tooth — and we mean really big.
In today’s news: You may start paying more to spend less with your debit card, stocks took the biggest one-day hit in months, e-book sharing is on the rise, an NPR controversy may mean the loss of its federal funding, and flying cars are almost here.
In today’s news: North Dakota’s got more oil, a Google exec may be the next secretary of Commerce, credit cards could have LCD screens soon, Tesla’s rolling out an electric sedan next year, and Microsoft’s hands-free controller broke a world record.
Think the trendiest hotels in the country are out of your price range? Not if you’re smart. We’ve got advice that’ll save you money everywhere — from the W in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., to your local Motel 6.