The U.S. stock market continues to hum along. The S&P 500 Index is within a stone's toss of new all-time highs, and optimism is brewing on Wall Street once again about the revival of pro-growth fiscal policies that appeared dead on arrival only a few.
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According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, people typically spend one hour of their workday on social media. Millennials are even more attached, spending 1.8 hours on such sites. And a new survey from intelliAd Media, which studied traffic.
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Americans are living right on the edge — at least when it comes to financial planning. Approximately 62% of Americans have less than $1,000 in their savings accounts and 21% don't even have a savings account, according to a new survey of more than .
Events like these can change that, and can get people and kids excited about keeping vintage cars going. If we want the community to continue, we have to reach out and evangelize, let people understand, firsthand, what the love of vintage and collectible.
Two years after passing out as a marine engineer from Tamil Nadu's Noorul Islam University, Saddam Hussain says he has failed to find a job because of his namesake: the former Iraqi ruler executed in 2006. Saddam Hussein was a dictator blamed for .
Marietjie Theron-Wepener, a business studies expert at Stellenbosch University, says the Kuga issue could prove fatal to Ford's South African operations. She outlines the lessons in crisis management and reputational damage control for other companies .
if the tax system was set up to encourage them to look at other sources, and to invest in R&D on them, they would be looking there because THAT'S where the money would be. But it's not. The money for them is in drilling oil, producing oil, and refining oil.