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$4.04 trillion in assets

Dec 19, 2013
As of yesterday, that's how much the Fed held on its books.
Posted In: Fed, bond buying, taper, stimulus

FCC proposes to put an end to the NFL blackout rule

Dec 18, 2013
The FCC voted this week to review the dreaded blackout rule.
Posted In: NFL, blackout rule

How skinny jeans almost ruined America’s money

Dec 17, 2013
Those better have been some nice Levis...
Posted In: jeans, Money, Crane

NSA phone data mining is likely unconstitutional

Dec 16, 2013
A federal judge ruled against domestic phone data-mining.
Posted In: nsa, spying, surveillance

One step closer to using your cellphone on your next flight?

Dec 12, 2013
Thanksgiving is over, but let's give a moment of thanks for the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Posted In: Cellphones, mobile phones, airplanes, fcc, Department of Transportation

Don't use these three words on your resume

Dec 11, 2013
Hire me: I'm a responsible and creative strategizer!
Posted In: resume, job seekers, hiring, linkedin

GM is no longer 'Government Motors'

Dec 9, 2013
The federal government is now officially out of the car business.
Posted In: GM, General Motors, auto bailout

Price tag on a new Lamborghini? 108 bitcoins.

Dec 6, 2013
You got $95,000 in Bitcoin?
Posted In: bitcoin, cars, Lamborghini

We all gave the TSA a half million dollars last year

Dec 5, 2013
Well that's nice of us.
Posted In: change, TSA, veterans

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Have you ever wondered why you can buy a whole rotisserie-cooked chicken at the grocery store cheaper than a pack of two frozen chicken breasts? Or why hotels give you a mending kit but no toothbrush? What does the YKK mean on all of your zippers? Who invented the foam finger? If you’re like us, you’ve got a lot of questions about the small, simple, brilliant and ubiquitous things in the world of business, and we want to help answer them for you.