Author: Michael Koretzky
Michael Koretzky on August 17, 2011
Depending on who you talk to, extended warranties are a great way to protect big investments – or a great way for businesses to pad their profits. Here’s the best advice on a range of products.
Michael Koretzky on August 4, 2011
If you don’t think American-made cars are well-built or worth having, then you need to start hanging out with a car thief or two.
Michael Koretzky on July 4, 2011
You might rent an apartment, but chances are you own the expensive stuff inside the apartment. Who will replace it all if something happens? Hint: Not your landlord.
Michael Koretzky on June 27, 2011
Last week, J.D. Power and Associates released its annual “Initial Quality Study,” and the hype is continuing right through this week. But there’s some news the carmakers don’t want you to know – like overall quality is declining.
Michael Koretzky on June 23, 2011
In today’s news: The economy isn’t looking so hot, homes are selling for cash, Apple will update the iPhone, GM recalls crossovers, troop withdrawals won’t save all that much, and two office supply stores might merge.
Michael Koretzky on June 22, 2011
In today’s news: Home sales drop, FCC takes aim at “cramming,” the Fed is likely to keep stimulating the economy, the lack of NFL football is hurting more than players and owners, and Verizon will start charging more for data.
Michael Koretzky on June 21, 2011
In today’s news: Stocks rebound in a big way, Wal-Mart gets a big break, eco-minded states suffer a big disappointment, the world’s fastest computer has a big lead over all the others, and foreign investment is up big.
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