Financial technology (fintech) is all the rage lately with investors pouring money into startups to the tune of $22.3 billion in 2015. Experts continue to debate whether or not these new services really
London (CNN) — He may not have been toting a cupcake with a candle, but President Barack Obama nonetheless made a showy entrance to Windsor Castle on Friday for a celebration of Queen Elizabeth II's 90th
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At Cook County, where a third of those incarcerated suffer from psychological disorders, officials are looking for ways to treat inmates less like prisoners and more like patients. It was 9 o’clock in
As Saudi Arabia and its coalition of partner Sunni states intervenes in the growing war within Yemen, the south Arabian country is taking on major geopolitical significance. The conflict in Yemen is the
If you've ever found yourself saying, "I am stretched so thin with all the projects on my plate and sometimes it feels like getting help from an assistant isn't a help, but rather it's like adding another
Ask Lee Kranefuss for a stock pick and he will begin by telling you that 90% of the variance in investors’ returns comes from asset allocation rather than security selection. He’ll eventually add, “You
Earlier last year there was a lot of publicity about Eleven James – a fairly new company with a fairly new concept – especially as it relates to luxury watches. The idea is simple: rent a luxury watch.
If you thought a low oil price was set to inspire a period of revived consumer spending and galvanized global growth, there is an alternative view you should know about. A report out today calls the impending
About once a year I like to reintroduce my plan to better educate and service investors of the trillions of dollars in employee workplace savings plans. It’s a simple solution that would boost account
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Shortly before 9/11, officials foresaw a fundamental shift in the nature of power. Nine months before the September 11 attacks—and just days after the Supreme Court halted the Florida recount, handing
It Can Be More Complex Than for Married Couples My recent columns on estate planning for couples with and without children prompted single readers to ask for equal time. As well they should. Their ranks
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Projects and people differ, and so should project management apps. Compared to the biggest project management apps available, these three are lesser known but well worth trying. Zoho Projects Zoho is of
Of the 7.3 billion people on the planet today, 1.8 billion, including 600 million girls, are between the ages of 10 and 24, a never before demographic, says a new report from the United Nations Population
Once the world’s hub of luxury high rise development, the United Arab Emirates city of Dubai has learned the hard way. Oversupply and high rents in glamorous high rises along the Persian Gulf (Arabian
Warby Parker has made a name for itself, first in the US and now globally, as a purveyor of tailor-made glasses. Vertically integration – where a company both makes and sells something – has become a property