The average farmer is around 60 years of age. Recruiting new and young farmers and helping them get the training they need to sustainably feed the world is essential to long-term food security. Here are 10 training programs cultivating a new generation of farmers.
September brings us one step closer to the holiday season — which is the best time of year for many big-ticket items — but this month is also a great time to stock up on a variety of items, thanks to a small overlap in Labor Day, summer clearance, and back-to-school sales.
Humvees have served the US military since 1984, but a new vehicle has stepped up to take its place.
In-store pickup isn't necessarily any more efficient than buying in-store, but more and more retailers are adding it, and customers are using it. What's the appeal?
Tax season might be getting worse for many as individual income tax revenue raises. Payroll and corporate income taxes will likely stay the same.
Retail giant Walmart has announced their holiday plans a few months early. Hopefully this means consumers get an extra few months of holiday sales.
Chances are you spent more money on your Apple Watch than you'd care to admit. Use these tips and let the watch save you some money for a change.
As consumer spending, personal income, and wages and salaries increase, the US economy is set for a good third quarter, economists say.
Fall is approaching and Red Robins is ready to meet it with a fresh new fall lineup.
Good taste isn't the most important life skill to develop, but it might be able to save you money.
A ruling on Thursday from the National Labor Relations Board could hold parent companies liable for labor violations committed by franchisees and contractors.
"Orlando vacation" brings to mind expensive theme parks and costly hotels, but Orlando has a lot more to offer and at much better prices.
Most consumers think coupons are designed to help save them money, but they might just be designed to encourage consumers to buy.