October 10, 2018

Bay Space Housing Costs Are So Excessive, This Burnt Home is Promoting For $800,000

San Francisco Bay Area housing prices are so extreme, even a torched single-family home is selling for $800,000.
October 10, 2018

Grocery Retailer Banned Workers from Talking Spanish, Feds Say

A grocery store in California banned its employees from speaking Spanish, a new federal lawsuit alleges.
October 10, 2018

Visa Checkout Outage: Debit Playing cards Not Working, Declined Throughout Europe

Visa card holders throughout Europe are scrambling for cash Friday as widespread outages are being reported. Thousands of users are reporting their Visa debit cards are not working when trying to checkout at multiple locations. 
October 10, 2018

Starbucks CEO: Gross sales Are down As a result of Folks Are Too Wholesome to Purchase Frappuccinos

Once a Unicorn, then a Zombie, Christmas Tree and Crystal Ball, a Starbucks staple has seen sales sink as customers choose health over Instagram likes.  
October 10, 2018

The Case In opposition to Pupil Loans: Why Weak College students Ought to Pay Extra | Opinion

Total U.S. student debt now stands at $1.5 trillion. Without the support of the federal government, most of this debt would never have been possible. Even so-called unsubsidized student loans are, in fact, heavily subsidized, compared with, say, credit card debt. Yet, strangely, almost no one argues that America has gotten its money’s worth. Our student loan programs’ main payoff is complaints.
October 10, 2018

Social Safety Anniversary: Why, 83 Years Later, the Security-Internet Program Is Working Out of Cash

When President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act into law on August 14, 1935, he famously said, “Today, a hope of many years’ standing is in large part fulfilled.... We have tried to frame a law which will give some measure of protection to the average citizen and to his family against the loss of a job and against poverty-ridden old age.”