5 Most Annoying Phrases to Avoid When You Send a Work Email
Most professionals get enough email in their inbox every day to make them want to scream. There’s no reason the content of those emails should also be infuriating.
Rent Plays No Role in Most Credit Scores, and 77% Wish It Would
Americans seem to have a problem figuring out what is included in their credit scores and what is not — in particular about payments.
Marijuana Competitions Held Online and Offline Launch New CEOs
The way to the green is by winning.
Are You O.K. Knowing Your CEO Makes a Boatload More Than You Do?
It’s an odd quirk of human nature that the bigger a problem gets the less people want to deal with it.
Baseball Hasn't Won Anything By Ending The Playoffs In October
Major League Baseball has spent two years making sure the World Series didn't finish in November. Yet afternoon games on cable have kept playoff viewership in a slump.
Cut Losses, Take a Tax Loss by Selling Your Money-Losing Stocks
Booking losses to trim tax is a respected strategy, and it pays to do it carefully before the last week of the year — when conditions might change.
Rise Could Be Blip, but We’re Far From Done With Foreclosures
Housing is especially volatile, with mortgage rates down, mortgage applications up and — after a long period of dormancy — foreclosure activity on the rise.
3 Common (and Increasingly Dangerous) Lies People Tell on Resumes
These three resume lies are harder than some to find out — until your potential employer senses something amiss and makes a few phone calls.
3 Crazy Ways Billionaires Go Bankrupt: Even the Elite Can Topple
If the stock market doesn't sting you, the winery might drain you dry.
Home Sharing Site Expands Network on Expedia to Gain Millennial Appeal
Millennials are increasingly gravitating toward cost-saving accommodations options on their travels by using home sharing services. Mainstream booking platforms are taking note.