In 1896, Charles Dow, the financial journalist who founded the Wall Street Journal, put together a list of 12 stocks intended to gauge the state of American industry. Most of the names on the Dow Jones
Hasbro has a new Monopoly game out and it’s causing quite the fuss on Twitter. Monopoly Socialism is a twist on the original game, but portrays socialism in a mocking and negative light. The game, which
The most basic duty of every city is to protect public health and safety. But last September, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued an alarming decision that strips cities of a critical tool in meeting
New York (CNN) — Berkshire Hathaway's cash pile keeps growing. Warren Buffett's industrial and insurance conglomerate ended the second quarter with a record $122 billion in cash, according to an earnings
This 30-Year Harvard Study Reveals 5 Daily Habits Can Add 12 to 14 Years to Your Life (and Cut Your Risk of Alzheimer's Half)
Time is the most precious commodity of all. So start now. You give your all to building your business, and you're in it for the long haul: Working hard to serve your customers and create a future for employees.
Cambridge was the most expensive small city in the United States east of the Rocky Mountains for renting an apartment as of July 1, according to a recent report from listings and research site RentCafe.
(CNN) — If you knew anything about the Republican Party in the decade leading up to the 2016 presidential election, it was this: They thought government spending was WAY out of control and believed we
I call it the "Pricing Panic." It's when you are talking to a client about pricing, and you assume that there's no way they'll ever pay your price, so you start thinking of ways to discount the price the
Column: Rats at the police station, filth on L.A. streets — scenes from the collapse of a city that’s lost control
The good news is that two trash-strewn downtown Los Angeles streets I wrote about last week were cleaned up by city work crews and have been kept that way, as of this writing. The bad news is that I didn’t
Implementing further tariffs in the escalating U.S.-China trade dispute could lead to as many as 12,000 retail store closures and threaten $40 billion in sales, according to a report by international bank