Features by Tracey Samuelson
Posted In: Twitter, american express, social media
Starting Wednesday, American Express customers who link their cards to their Twitter accounts will be able to make purchases with a tweet.
Posted In: Catholic church, Pope Benedict XVI
As the head of the Catholic Church, Pope Benedict has been the leader of a troubled brand, as the church was hit hard by the clergy-sex-abuse scandals.
Posted In: tax refund, Saving
Researchers to track a TurboTax reminder at the "golden moment" when taxpayers can be motivated to save.
Posted In: sequestration, Education, defense, budget
For one thing, 63,000 kids would get booted from Head Start.
Posted In: unbanked, underbanked, digital divide
PayNearMe is one of many companies finding opportunity in services for millions of people who don't have bank accounts.
Posted In: income tax, progressive tax, middle class
The modern American income tax celebrates its 100th anniversary this weekend.
Posted In: Facebook, quarterly report, mobile apps, facebook social media privacy advertising, advertising
As more users check Facebook on their smart phones, its mobile advertising strategy is critical to success.
Posted In: Super Bowl commercials, Super Bowl, advertising
What's the return on investment from a $4 million Super Bowl ad buy?
Posted In: Library of Congress, smartphone
The nation's foremost repository of copyrighted material also oversees digital copyrights.
Posted In: smart phones, telecom, regulation
If you're the type of tech savvy person who likes to hack your own electronics, you might be interested to know that unlocking your own cell phone without your provider's permission actually became illegal over the weekend.