Dec 23, 2011
Dec 9, 2011
My current car is getting up there both in years and in miles, and I'd like to replace it before anything major goes horribly wrong. If I sell some of the stock I've accumulated in my Employee Stock Purchase Plan, I should be able to pay for the car in full in cash. The other option is to finance the other half of the purchase. Which route would you recommend? Thank you! Arcadiy, Atlanta, GA
Oct 12, 2011
Question: I had a question about buying a new car. Simply, is it better to purchase the car outright or is it better to pay monthly over time? I...
Sep 29, 2011
Yesterday the American Association of School Librarians organized Banned Website Awareness Day. The New York Times quotes a Chicago librarian...
Sep 2, 2011
Insurance company Allstate has released it seventh annual "Allstate America's Best Drivers Report" revealing the American cities with the best an...
Sep 1, 2011
This final note today. It being the first of the month, here's your Detroit-versus-the-world update....
Aug 31, 2011
...and when it's down, we don't. That makes no sense, of course: the stock markets are not an accurate reflection of the national economy. They...
Aug 16, 2011
This from producer and Palm owner Larissa Anderson:...
Aug 4, 2011
On Wednesday, the Department of Transportation officially asked the security community for "informed views on the perceived needs, prevailing pra...