Author: Michael Koretzky
In today’s news: Sony suffers huge hack, the stock market rebounds in a big way, lots of homes are for sale but not a lot for rent, Toyota issues a Tundra recall, Southwest gets permission to buy AirTran, and Facebook expands into shopping.
In today’s news: Economists aren’t happy with the economy, new homes sales hit bottom and start a modest climb, banks get sued over their ATMS, wild Wi-Fi crime stories, and Obama’s health care reform is safe – for now.
In today’s news: Most Americans want the rich to pay more taxes, many of them are avoiding the stock market, GM is once again on top of the world, the FAA has eye-opening ideas for fatigued air-traffic controllers, and gold keeps glittering.
In today’s news: Experts say the economy is looking up as long as gas and food prices don’t keep going up, McDonald’s could raise prices if they do, Apple has raised the ire of privacy advocates, the Pentagon’s spending spree continues, and more Toyotas are recalled.
Friday is Earth Day: Here are some tips to save some green while you go green.
In today’s news: CEOs make more than 300 times what you do, airlines will soon follow another new rule, bifocals go high-tech, ID theft protection companies exaggerate, and the price of college is a leading cause of dropouts.
In today’s news: Obama promises to cut trillions, one in six Americans are on the federal dole, more jobs are being posted than in years, stores report slightly higher sales, and the government may force airlines to pay for your lost luggage.
In today’s news: A Republican budget-cutting plan is criticized by another Republican, gas consumption drops as gas prices climb, Amazon will sell a cheaper Kindle – with a catch – Nissan’s electric cars need a jolt, and Wal-Mart cuts prices.