For the 2012 election, Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton will switch places. He will become Secretary of State–a position he's coveted for years–and she will become the party's Vice Presidential candidate, reinvigorating the Democratic base.
Residential spending increased 2.01 percent from October but remained 63.97 percent below the peak level seen in 2006
More and more people are dropping out of the labor force in favor of further education. But they're doing it because they think they have to.
Recession will last the year, but it will be shorter and much shallower than the Great Recession.
Technological innovations lay at the heart of many of last year's biggest stories -- from citizen-recorded videos that fanned the flames of the Arab Spring to the social-media organized Occupy movement. So what new technologies – and unexpected uses of them – will change social habits and relationships this year? Here are four 2012 technology trends that are sure to play a role:
Credit card debt increased an estimated $64 billion in 2011, far more than in the previous two years. Holiday shopping bills will swell credit card debt even more in early 2012.
It’s been nice, 2011, but as we move into the new year, many consumers are no doubt wondering what 2012 has in store for them, particularly when it comes to their wallets. Is a double-dip recession in the cards? Will it be easier to get a mortgage? Is a checking account switch in order? What will interest rates be like in the new year? Here are my Top 6 predictions for consumers in 2012:
Andrew Luck easing up on course load with an urban sustainability class? Don't diss sustainability!
In Aesop's ancient Greek fable of the ant and the grasshopper, the ant was right: Save for a rainy day. New Year's resolution for America in 2012: We need more grasshoppers.