Our immigration system needs reform, but this solution simply adds one more layer of complexity on a broken system.
Aside from the environmental benefits, does using vinegar for cleaning and other household tasks make a financial difference?
Contrary to previous months this year, the September jobs report was unequivocally strong
It is not just the baby boomer generation that’s maturing, it’s their cars as well. The average age of a vehicle in the United States is a record 11 years. Moreover, the vast majority of car owners plan to hold onto their cars well past the 150,000-mile mark, according to a recent survey from AutoMD.com, and nearly 80 percent are racking up more miles (up to 50,000 or more) on their current vehicle than their previous one. If you’re driving something built before Facebook or the Y2K millennium bug, here are five tips to keep it humming well beyond the 100,000-mile mark:
While stable unemployment is better than rising unemployment, that stability is fragile
Philanthropy isn't just giving to charity; it's improving society through business
The idea would raise the average tax bill of those making a million or more by $110,000. Almost nobody else would pay a nickel. But it perpetuates the dangerous myth that we can address our fiscal problems by taxing only a handful of rich people.
US created 103,000 jobs, better than expected. But Wall Street's outlook is gloomier than Main Street's. Here's why.
Private employment climbed, and there were some upward revisions to previous months' data
Workers unemployed 27 weeks or more increased to 6.242 million, or 44.6 percent of all unemployed workers, in September
“Total unemployment” rose to 16.5 percent, while the traditionally reported unemployment rate went flat at 9.1 percent
For the fourth month in a row, small-business owners reported an overall reduction in employment
The real trick is figuring out how to identify and overcome your biggest time wasters so you can be more productive
The Apple innovator created far more wealth than he got for himself