Victor Valle

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A CEO shares 3 important business skills you won't learn in school

In recent years, most of us knew about Steve Jobs's exit from the Ivy League to pursue his dreams. But I am not about to rest on one side of the debate or the other.<p>The fact is that a formal education will bring you up-to-speed on the latest develops, and history, of your chosen field.<p>In addition, …

Communication Skills

The 32 highest-paying cities for people who work in tech

There are now a total of eight cities where tech workers are earning six figures, on average, according to the Dice Tech Salary Survey.<p>"The competition for tech talent today is undeniable," said Dice president Bob Melk in the report. "Employers realize offering competitive pay is a necessity. …

Silicon Valley
Stock Markets

Scared Canadian investors sitting on estimated $75-billion in extra cash

Canadians are holding a record $75-billion in cash amid an “ocean of fear” about investing in the markets, a new study finds.<p>That means they could miss out on billions in payback, warns the study released today by Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce economists Benjamin Tal and Royce Mendes.<p>Extra …

Business (Canada)
Stock Markets

Vanguard founder John C. Bogle explains where most investors go wrong

Chances are, if you have a 401(k) or an IRA, you've got money in a fund owned by Vanguard. The good news is that means you're probably not paying a lot in fees to hold it. Bogle, who turns 87 this year, has long espoused low-cost index funds.<p>His firm introduced the first index fund in 1976. The …

Stock Markets

I write about money every day, and here's the best financial advice I can give you

<b>1. Managing money is so easy once you figure it out.</b> It's scary and frustrating and all kinds of annoying before hand, but once you "get it" you're good forever. It's like riding a bike — you fall down a ton early on, but the more you practice the better you get. You'll still fall afterwards, but …

Personal Finance