The "fiscal cliff" deal turns out to contain some good news for green energy, Voelcker writes, long a priority of president Barack Obama.
ADP, a private staffing and business services firm, showed that private employers added 215,000 jobs in December. The total employment level is 1.57 percent above the level seen in December 2011, according to ADP.
Subaru recall involves nearly 634,000 late-model Legacys, Outbacks, Tribecas, and Foresters. Vehicles with faulty exterior lights on doors – 'puddle lights' – could be affected by the Subaru recall.
The time you spend at home on frugal tasks directly converts into money saved, Hamm writes.
We technically “went over” the fiscal cliff at midnight yesterday, Rogers writes, and yet here we are today celebrating more extended tax cuts.
Per capita ownership of firearms in the US has doubled since 1968.
US auto sales will reach 15.3 million units in 2013 according to Polk, an automotive marketing and research firm.
Just like the act of investing money, investments of time and energy will earn non-financial rewards over a very long period of time, Hamm writes.
Residential construction spending increased 0.39 percent from October. Non-residential construction spending declined 0.7 percent since October.
The number of frugal things people can do together and have fun is almost infinite, Hamm writes.
The battle over the fiscal cliff was only a prelude to the coming battle over raising the debt ceiling – Reich writes – a battle that will likely continue through early March, when the Treasury runs out of tricks to avoid a default on the nation’s debt.