Author: Michael Koretzky
In today’s roundup: Bankruptcies are still rising, but health insurance premiums may start dropping. Meanwhile, two stock markets merge, airfares climb (but not for everyone), and energy drinks might not give you energy.
In today’s roundup, Obama’s budget doesn’t cut as deep as Republicans want, but it does cut some weirdly obscure programs. Also: Money for the BP oil spill victims isn’t flowing, China’s economy is still growing, and unmarried couples are signing pre-nups.
In today’s roundup: The U.S. finds more oil, China needs more water, ID thieves prey on fewer victims, a fast-food chain loses much of its workforce to immigration raids, and some people think hoarding light bulbs is a bright idea.
In today’s roundup: Shaky stocks, food prices may be going up to stay, silver outshines gold as an investment, Ford is driving home the profits… and more news you can use.
In today’s roundup: More people are buying homes, good news on unemployment, Chevy Volt goes national, digital book sales now surpassing paperbacks, gold isn’t glittering… and the biggest one-year investment gain in history.
More jobs are disappearing, Social Security is evaporating, and minivans are being recalled. But there’s also good news today – about car loans, smart phones, and football.
Identity theft doesn’t just happen through your computer. Otherwise savvy Americans are getting ripped off the old-fashioned way: through the U.S. mail.