American Airlines Now Offers Free In-Flight Entertainment
American Airlines Now Offers Free In-Flight Entertainment

on August 10, 2016

Planes enabled with Wi-Fi now offer entertainment on both seatback screens or streamed to passengers’ personal devices.

Is ‘Ominous’ Music Putting Shark Population at Risk?
Is ‘Ominous’ Music Putting Shark Population at Risk?

on August 9, 2016

Does the theme from “Jaws” play in your mind every time you see video of sharks? If so, you could unwittingly contribute to the species’ demise, a new study contends.

Comic Book, Hockey Card Fetch Huge Sums at Auction
Comic Book, Hockey Card Fetch Huge Sums at Auction

on August 8, 2016

A comic book sells for nearly $1 million, while a hockey card nets almost $500,000. Should you invest money in collectibles?

How Much Do U.S. Olympic Athletes Earn for Winning a Medal?
How Much Do U.S. Olympic Athletes Earn for Winning a Medal?

on August 5, 2016

American Olympic athletes who earn gold, silver or bronze also get a little green. But the payout is not as great as it appears on first blush.

The Job Interview Question You Can’t Ask in Massachusetts
The Job Interview Question You Can’t Ask in Massachusetts

on August 4, 2016

Workers in the Bay State may see their wages rise thanks to a law that goes into effect in 2018.

Moving to Canada After the Election? Forget This City
Moving to Canada After the Election? Forget This City

on August 3, 2016

Does the thought of a Trump or Clinton presidency have you dreaming of life in the Great White North? Choose this city, and it might cost you.

62 Percent of Americans Back Free College for All
62 Percent of Americans Back Free College for All

on August 2, 2016

A new survey also finds that nearly everybody believes college is a wise investment.

Why You Are Waiting Longer at Starbucks
Why You Are Waiting Longer at Starbucks

on August 1, 2016

It’s a story where nobody is happy: Customer wait times at Starbucks are rising, and barista tips are falling. Find out what’s going on.

Exercise Might Reverse Damage of Too Much Sitting
Exercise Might Reverse Damage of Too Much Sitting

on July 29, 2016

A new study suggests that a little activity can mitigate — and even eliminate — the health threats of sitting for long periods.

Well-Paid CEOs Do a Lousy Job, Report Finds
Well-Paid CEOs Do a Lousy Job, Report Finds

on July 28, 2016

The best-paid CEOs preside over companies with worse-performing stocks, according to a new report.

Want to Improve Your Credit Score? Do This
Want to Improve Your Credit Score? Do This

on July 27, 2016

A simple routine appears to improve both people’s credit scores and their sense of self-worth, a new survey finds.

Time Running Out for Free Windows 10 Upgrade
Time Running Out for Free Windows 10 Upgrade

on July 26, 2016

Friday — or to be more precise, the wee hours of Saturday morning — is your final chance to upgrade to Windows 10 for free.

End of an Era: Last VCR to Roll Off Assembly Line
End of an Era: Last VCR to Roll Off Assembly Line

on July 25, 2016

Ladies and gentleman, the 1980s are now officially over. Find out why a Reagan-era entertainment staple is heading for the technology boneyard.

Government Takes Aim at Short-Term Health Plans
Government Takes Aim at Short-Term Health Plans

on June 9, 2016

The federal government plans to place limits on short-term health plans that have become increasingly popular in the era of health care reform.

Job Openings at Record High, Yet Millions Giving Up
Job Openings at Record High, Yet Millions Giving Up

on June 9, 2016

Job openings hit a record high in April, yet nearly half of the unemployed have given up looking for work. Find out what is behind the disconnect.

Employees Rank America’s Top 10 CEOs
Employees Rank America’s Top 10 CEOs

on June 9, 2016

CEOs are the target of much scorn, but employees say these 10 deserve a little love.

More American Women Are Obese Than Ever Before
More American Women Are Obese Than Ever Before

on June 8, 2016

New studies find that women and teens continue to struggle with obesity, while men are beginning to hold their ground in the fight against flab.

3 Things You Must Do After a Tornado
3 Things You Must Do After a Tornado

on May 16, 2016

A tornado can wreck your home and send your financial life into a tailspin. Here are three steps you must take to prevent such chaos.

FDA to Regulate All Tobacco Products
FDA to Regulate All Tobacco Products

on May 5, 2016

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will regulate all tobacco products – including e-cigarettes and hookah tobacco, the agency announced Thursday.

Obamacare Patients Less Healthy — Will Premiums Soar?
Obamacare Patients Less Healthy — Will Premiums Soar?

on March 30, 2016

New findings from the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association raise concerns that Americans may face steep hikes in their insurance premiums next year.

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