Archive for the ‘Economy’ Category

Monetary Policies Compared Between Nations: US and India

Posted on January 10th, 2011 by by Jesse Michelsen

Author’s Bio: RP is a regular writer for various finance related Communities. She is a PG degree holder in Marketing and Finance and right now working in a reputed bank as a relationship manager. She is well equipped to write articles on debt consolidation , debt settlement, frugality, savings, economies of states etc. Monetary policy […]

Income and Internet: How Do They Relate Continued

Posted on December 23rd, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

Pew Internet and American Life Project recently released some data about how Income levels and Internet usage relate to each other. Earlier I discussed how I felt the research may have been a bit backwards in that it pointed to income levels as the reason that households use Internet differently and more specifically why higher […]

Income and the Internet: How Do They Relate?

Posted on December 23rd, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

In late November the Pew Internet and American Life Project released the finding of their research which had to do with how Internet is used throughout American households. I found the results of this study really thought provoking but also felt like some of the conclusions seemed backwards of the way I think about Internet […]

Free Shipping Day: Good or Bad for the Savers?

Posted on December 17th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

For those of you that don’t know, today is free shipping day. Not every merchant on the planet is a part of free shipping day, but most of the ones you shop at are. This means that you can jump onto their webisite and order anything from their inventory, not pay any shipping fees and […]

Kim Kardashian Kard Komes Krashing Down

Posted on December 3rd, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

Shortly after its launch, the Kim Kardashian Kard, touted as a way for teens and parents to learn money management skills, was pulled from the market. From the minute this product was first launch, it started quite the backlash from parents who aren’t completely stupid, the Connecticut Attorney General as well as the personal finance […]

An Example Of Out Of The Box Thinking To Expand Business Growth

Posted on October 20th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

I heard something interesting on the radio the other morning; a casino in the UK is completely remodeling their casino floor to include a non-smoking area and it’s costing them something to the tune of $90,000. That’s a pretty hefty but if you consider that not having a non-smoking area excludes a large amount of […]

 
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