Author: Michael Koretzky
How do you know 2010 was a rough year? Check out the words we looked up in the dictionary the past 12 months.
Gas prices usually spike during the summer driving season, not in December. But right now, a gallon has risen to $3 a gallon in some parts of the country. What’s going on here?
Sometimes, research surveys can be both amusing and enlightening. Like these two about women’s thoughts about shopping and showering.
The Internet is convenient for holiday shopping, but it may be less so for returning unwanted gifts. Many big retailers hide their return policies, while some don’t list it at all. Others don’t allow gifts purchased online to be returned to a bricks-and-mortar store, and vice versa.
Researchers at MIT have invented wallets that buzz, bloat. and lock up – all in an attempt to keep you from going broke.
More than half of all American “re-gift.” The other half? Probably afraid of getting caught. But here’s a proven technique for not getting busted – and even getting patted on the back
If you own gold jewelry or coins and want to sell, be careful: Scams abound. Here’s how to make sure you don’t get tarnished in a gold transaction.
While the experts are generally skeptical about the employment picture for next year, at least one new report says secretaries should find more work in 2011.
Everyone knows that car dealers take advantage of women shoppers during negotiations, right? Wrong, says new research. Women often get the exact same price.
College football fans who want to attend their school’s bowl games are going to pay pay mightily for their loyalty.
The housing crisis has taken its toll on homeowners – but not, apparently, on our opinion about home ownership. Not yet, anyway.