Corn Syrup Struggles to Stay Sweet
Kevin Carter 6/4/2012 79 comments
High-fructose corn syrup, blamed for the nation's obesity and diabetes epidemics, just lost a bid to rename itself corn sugar -- and faces potential new limits in NYC.
Lies, Damned Lies, & Statistics
Goodmans Goodies 12/29/2011 62 comments
As investors, we should base opinions about the economy on reality, rather than the subtle things politicians and trade groups do to manage the news.
Who's in Charge at My Bank?
Marvin Kitman 5/14/2012 56 comments
Chase CEO Jamie Dimon revealed last week that the bank had managed to create a massive $2 billion trading loss. That was the good news.
Dance, Baby, Dance!
Marvin Kitman 3/6/2012 56 comments
Dance mania may be the result of extreme levels of psychological stress or spiritual despair. That certainly sounds like what the Republican party is suffering from right now.
Ed Leefeldt 6/11/2012 51 comments
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are both panhandling in the hope of raising $1 billion, which not only demeans them but demeans us, too.
The Greek Lesson: Defaults Happen
R. Scott Raynovich 6/28/2011 48 comments
The financial markets are once again ill prepared for another financial crisis -- and given the finances of developed nations, many more debt problems are on the way.
Apple Fesses Up to Battery Issues
Noreen Seebacher 11/4/2011 47 comments
Apple is releasing a fix for short battery life in its popular iPhones. Until then, frustrated owners say, you pretty much need to keep the phones plugged in.
The Move to Stop SOPA
Joey's Journal 1/16/2012 46 comments
Proponents say the Stop Online Piracy Act will cut Internet piracy. Opponents say it will just cut the Internet.
Telecom-equipment maker Ciena is a stock traders dream, as long as the timing is correct.
The FTC is offering a $50,000 cash prize to the person or group that can come up with a solution to those annoying robocalls.
Akamai is in the middle of four significant tech trends.
John Malone of Liberty Media will be taking over Sirius XM satellite radio when the existing CEO Mel Karmazin steps down. What's it mean?
Demand for students of the humanities exists, despite widespread aspersions on the discipline.
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