Making Do With Less
Noreen Seebacher 5/27/2011 31 comments
If so many of us have learned to survive on so much less, why is it unreasonable to expect the government to do the same?
Microsoft Spends $8.5B to Snag Skype
Noreen Seebacher 5/10/2011 28 comments
Microsoft's proposed acquisition of Skype is a potential game changer for the voice-over-IP and video-conferencing sector, and gives the firm new ammunition in competition with Google and Apple.
A Summer of Market Discontent?
R. Scott Raynovich 5/17/2011 25 comments
The market has a whole host of issues this summer, ranging from potential debt restructuring in Europe to the end of the Federal Reserve's QE2 program.
Data Breaches Could Cost Investors
Noreen Seebacher 5/2/2011 23 comments
Although the risk posed by a data breach varies according to the type of information accessed, any loss of data raises concerns for both customers and investors
Metals: The Best Currency Collapse Insurance
Michael Berry 5/5/2011 12 comments
The US dollar is in a secular decline. Commodities, for the most part, trade inverse to the dollar, rising with dollar weakness. Therefore, they remain the best protection against a long-term dollar decline and loss of purchasing power.
Can You 'Think and Grow Rich'?
Edward Klink 5/31/2011 11 comments
Napoleon Hill's 1937 classic is a sensible, inspiring, easy-to-read primer that has proven invaluable to professionals for more than seven decades.
Adding Alpha to Beat Risk On/Risk Off
Benjamin Savage 5/26/2011 6 comments
Plenty of finance pundits are trying to predict when the risk on/risk off pattern will shift or break down, essentially hoping for a return to more typical correlations between asset classes.
Telecom-equipment maker Ciena is a stock trader’s 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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