How can we minimize the impacts of natural disasters?
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Guest blogger Trent Hamm gave his children an allowance each week, broken up into quarters. What did they do with their quarters?
A few hedge funds are betting that it is.
This is the second in a five part series in which I'm laying out the secrets to successful financial blogging. There are always exceptions to any rule, but if you follow this stuff you will see that I'm right. This is a long post, but every word counts.
China's economy is expanding rapidly, but the West can't emulate that kind of growth.
Mick knows better than to hope for record sales or worry about illegal downloads, says guest blogger Douglas French. He figured out the music industry decades ago.
The deficit is shrinking, but Iceland hasn't come close to a balanced budget.
Arby's restaurant chain is being put up for sale by Wendy's after losing money in the third quarter. The announcement caused shares to rise 8.5 percent.
We know that decades of aid haven't worked, writes guest blogger Dane Stangler. So what do we try now?
Corporate tax reform is needed, but some companies would still get the short end of the tax stick.
As ongoing water problems force changes to Australian agriculture, will farmers demand more subsidies for water-hogging crops like rice and cotton or shift to less thirsty crops?
In a recent speech, Charles Plosser, president of the Philadelphia Federal Reserve, criticized current Fed policy and the response to the financial crisis.
Home sales rose 11.8 percent between November and December 2010.
As social media attacks from all sides, entrepreneurs struggle to get their message through.
In December and January, The Simple Dollar has posted a daily series focusing on specific activities you can do right now to set the stage for a great 2011. This is the final post in the series.
Why is guest blogger Josh Brown not on Facebook? Because he'd rather play in the sandbox than go to a high school reunion.
Why are we surprised to hear of Haitians waiting for the state to clean up their island, while snowbound New Yorkers wait for the city to clear theirs?
The Comcast-NBC Universal merger is on a scale that even the experts don’t quite grasp, many observers say.
Cutting employees, raising taxes, and delaying payments to vendors could slow economic recovery, experts say, but perhaps only slightly.