Good news for the college class of 2012: Your employment prospects, while hardly first-rate, are much better than they would have been in the past three years. According to the Associated Press, approximately 7.2% of college graduates age 24 and under...
There has been a lot of speculation about when the bull market will die. But what about the people who believe the bull will continue to run? Here are 7 reasons why one expert believes the bull market will resume.
Imagine if the phrase “Everything old is new again” applied to technology — that consumers suddenly grew bored with intuitive design and began to hunger for, say, the touch of a bulky button or the sound of a dial-up modem. Well, as it turns out, gadget manufacturers have found a niche market in tech nostalgia.
Wall Street psychotherapist Christopher Bayer’s recent claims that 10% of people in the financial services sector are psychopaths has garnered much online buzz. Could he be right? Read more to find out.
The airline industry has taken a beating over the past decade. Aggressive consolidation to cut costs and increase revenue has reduced the competition, but also monopolized prices and services. Does this mean elite status is a thing of the past? Read more to find out.
Despite what the media says, the stock market isn’t a race that’s run every single day. The market outlook has to be longer, committed to creating value that is measured over years. Read on to discover why investing is a marathon, not a race.
For the first time, the global demand for gold exceeded more than $200 billion for the first time. The World Gold Council claims that China could possibly replace India as the world’s largest global gold market, which seems to be grabbing the attention of many market watchers.
While the investment market for fine wines is saturated, the one for precious whiskeys is still expanding energetically. If you’re curious about investing in whiskey but don’t know where to start, here’s a quick primer.
Apple just expanded its iBook store to include interactive iPad textbooks, in partnership with McGraw Hill, Pearson and Mifflin Harcourt. Is this a sign that traditional textbooks will be a thing of the past?