After struggling for two years to create an effective ad campaign for the plug-in sedan, GM seems to have taken a leaf out of the Apple school of advertising, launching ads which focus on real-life owners, or, "the happiest car owners on the planet."
Closing off a room is pretty simple. If you have forced air heating and cooling, just close the vent in that room and keep the door closed. You can also stuff a towel underneath the door to stop the air flow even more, saving money on your energy bill.
The Reformed Broker shares one of his favorite fund managers with The Monitor. Dennis Stattman is not a household name, but Brown thinks he is one of the greatest asset allocators in the history of the industry.
Today’s jobless claims report showed an increase to initial unemployment claims and a decrease to continued unemployment claims. There are also 2.69 million additional people receiving "extended" federal unemployment through a special program.
Bonner takes on "zombies" in the social security system, health care and now the Department of Defense. A new computer virus, allegedly developed by the US and Israel, has him worried about what might happen if it falls into the wrong hands.
Most experts think that the Supreme Court will strike down the individual mandate portion of Obamacare, leaving the rest of the law intact. But if that happens, insurance companies will claim they can't insure pre-existing conditions. Is there a compromise?
Experian announces new credit score system for those with little or no credit history. 'Extended View' credit score looks at rental data and public records to establish a credit score.
The June Survey of Fund Managers has been released by Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and it shows some classic late-stage downtrend behavior, as well as a new emphasis toward strongly risk-averse behavior.
In light of the rising costs of college tuition around the country, coupled with the staggering amount of debt students have accumulated, studies are being done to examine a possible causal connection between expanding federal aid programs and tuition hikes.
Don't let your laziness get the better of you. For every hour your computer stays on, doing nothing, you pay. Instead, switch your computer to hibernation mode when not in use. Your work will be saved, and your energy bill trimmed.
Fans of the Swedish car company, which filed for bankruptcy protection last fall after being crippled by production stoppages, withheld salary payments and mounting debt, may have reason to rejoice. News reports now claim the company has been sold.
In response to recent comments by US economist Paul Krugman, Karlsson clarifies and explains the concept of labor mobility, along with its potential for lowering unemployment rates across the eurozone region.