How did 401(k)s become the go-to source for instant cash? Because they are there. For cash-starved Americans, the 401(k) is a $57-billion source of money. That was good for the U.S. Treasury, which reaped
It’s not only baseball season but also job-hunting season. This is especially true if you are among that new group of graduating college student’s eager to enter the work force and score that dream job.
Recently, photographer Amos Chapple spent some time in Saint Petersburg, Russia's second-largest city. He used a small drone to lift his camera high above the cathedrals and fortresses, capturing some
I have recently re-connected with a personal hero of mine: Pamela Maier, a personal counselor or “life coach” as she describes the role she fulfills, “because I now have a life.” Pamela is a delightful
I have had my credit card/debit card stolen three times in my life. It gets easier to handle, but never easier to accept. The first was in 2005 or so when I flew from Boston to Denver for my best friend’s
Microsoft has a new CEO! It’s Satya Nadella. They have a spiffy, iPad-ready website to tell you who it is. Microsoft is in a bad place. Mr Nadella has his work cut out for him. Here are 6 suggestions:
Evidence shows that people prefer visual content. Unfortunately, one of the biggest mistakes I see with slide design today is the abuse of text. Presenters use too much of it, too often and on too many
A man who, by FORBES’ careful measure, is one of the 50 most powerful people in the world, one of the 20 wealthiest–and one of the dozen most vilified–is perpetually in a position to reflect. But given