Many businesses provide leaders with smartphones or reimburse employees for their use of their private phones for business use so that productivity is increased. I have always wondered if this practice actually increased productivity or if having the world at your fingertips...
Change: It's inevitable in and of itself, and it's inevitable that some people don't like it. Ars Technica cites a report from Net Market Share contending that Microsoft's almost-13-year-old operating system, Windows XP, can still...
Streaming music might be extremely convenient, but it’s not that intuitive when it comes to song selection. Cone is a new wireless speaker from Aether Things that can learn from your music choices to provide the perfect song. It works...
Maintaining records — legal, financial, employment, etc. — beyond regulatory requirements not only costs time and money, but also may unnecessarily expose your business to litigation. If you are keeping every scrap of paper or email simply because you may need...
Smith & Wesson shares surged 12 percent in premarket trading. The growth was fueled by an increase in handgun sales, which surged 30 percent compared to the same quarter last year. Gun sales surged following a series of shootings, especially at a Newtown, Conn., elementary...
A bill advocating protection for payday loan borrowers failed in committee after lawmakers said it didn't go far enough to reform Idaho's payday lending industry.
For a large swath of Virginians, living paycheck to paycheck is nothing new. Accessing credit or bank loans has never been an option. This segment of the population is commonly referred to as the unbanked or underbanked.
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