How to Get the Best Deals From the Retailers’ Price-Matching Wars — Dollars and Sense
Retailers are competing hard to get inside your wallet this holiday season, and as a result, there are big savings to be found in checkout lines all across the country. We know a few ways you can take advantage of this.
Judge Rules Rare Coins Worth $80 Million Belongs to the Government and Not to Family Claiming Them — Dollars and Sense
The United States government has officially railroaded a Philadelphia family that literally struck gold, after a judge found that the 10 rare gold coins worth $80 million they discovered almost a decade ago did not belong to them, but to Uncle Sam, instead.
Eww! Chances Are Your Cell Phone Has More Germs Than Your Toilet [POLL]
Chances are that no matter how charming of a ringtone you heard coming from a toilet seat, you wouldn’t stick your face against it to find out who was calling. The reason? It’s not supernatural – toilets are disgusting.
The State Department Wants You to Stop Using Offensive Phrases You Don’t Even Know Are Offensive
It appears as if the State Department wants to wash out the mouths of the American people with a proverbial bar of soup for being so insensitive to the offensive nature of popular phrases like “hold down the fort” and “rule of thumb.”
New Research Claims Exercise May Help You Stop Smoking
Smokers who have tried to quit in the past using patches, gum, voodoo witchdoctor magic and other addiction propaganda may just want to step outside for a run the next time they feel the need to smoke,.
Woman Forbidden from Handing Out Free Water — Is It Fair? [POLL]
While the summer heat wave continues to bear down on most of the country, Phoenix, Arizona is feeling a different kind of heat since telling a woman she could not hand out free bottles of water on the city streets.
What You Wear to Work Just Might Destroy Your Career
If you just can’t seem to get ahead a work you might want to take a look at yourself in the mirror.
Looking for a Big Raise? Here’s Where You Should Move
If you expect to see a giant pay increase next year, a new study suggests you had better head west.
AT&T Employees File Suit Claiming Company Places ‘Heavy Restrictions’ on Lunch Breaks
More and more employers are now encouraging lunch breaks as a means for promoting health and creativity. However, workers for AT&T in Indiana claim the only thing creative about their lunch break is the “heavy restrictions” the company is putting on them.
More and More Employees Eat Lunch at Their Desks — Do You? [POLL]
There was once a time when working class Americans took full advantage of an actual outside the office lunch break. Those days seem to be long gone.
What Are the Laziest Countries in the World?
While the majority of this devilish planet always appears to be working hard at contributing to either the rise and fall of human civilization, a new study suggests that most of the world isn’t working on anything at all.
More Employers Hunting Through Facebook, Twitter and Other Social Media to Recruit New Hires
If you didn’t know it by now, employers are using social media outlets like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn as an active part of their recruiting process. In fact, a new survey suggests that even if you are not providing a recruiter with your social media information, most are still looking at them anyway.