Features by Sally Herships
Posted In: New York City, air rights, real estate
Air rights, and zoning rules, are what gives cities like New York their skylines. And air rights are worth big money these days.
Posted In: economic recovery, Obamacare
A report out today shows more people are quitting their jobs.
Posted In: instagram, photography, advertising
Instagram wants to put ads into our social media feeds, but it promises those ads will mirror the "Instagram aesthetic."
Posted In: samsung, apple, iPhone, Google Android
No matter how many handsets Samsung sells, Apple may always dominate the conversation.
Posted In: Amazon Prime, Target, shipping, Christmas shopping
As online retailers fight for a piece of the customer pie, the ability to deliver goods quickly and cheaply is key.
Posted In: labor, mediators, BART
It takes a lot of people skills and knowledge of the intricacies of labor contracts to be a Federal mediator, like those called in to try to resolve the BART strike in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Posted In: uncertainty, debt, private contractors, government shutdown 2013
There’s a better than average chance that the government could shut down again in a few months if Congress can’t come to an agreement. That uncertainty is a problem for everyone from contractors to the entire US economy.
Posted In: Google, ads, YouTube, Gmail
Is Google’s strong-arming of advertisers to buy ads across multiple platforms paying off?
Posted In: Medicare, Obamacare
Medicare enrollment is already confusing enough. The new health care exchanges will only make it more so. And that could end up being costly for taxpayers.
Posted In: Housing, television
Ever wonder how much it would cost to keep "Downton Abbey" running? A look at the real costs of staffing, upkeep, and more for some of TV's famous homes.