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Achieve Goals One Step At A Time

Jim Davis is a man of integrity and excellent work ethics. Starting out as a young man in the newspaper industry and working his...

How To Convince Your Boss To Get Involved In Pay-Per-Click Marketing

Image Link The chances are that you’ve at least heard of pay-per-click marketing before. It’s a cost-effective advertising technique that can prove beneficial in the...

Wall Street Is Using the Power of Dodd-Frank Against Itself

Regulating Wall Street is an Old Testament sort of affair: Like Leviticus, it is all about the persnickety details. But politicians try to talk...

No, the Banks Aren’t Losing

A surprising new line of argument has emerged: Financial regulation is working, Dodd-Frank is one of the major accomplishments of the Obama administration, and...

The CFPB’s New Rate Tool: Should Consumers Be Concerned?

by Terri Ewing, Featured Contributor HOLY COW, I never thought I would see so many people upset over the CFPB’s new rate tool. Honestly, I...

Maximizing Hotel Profits Even While Renovating

Money never sleeps, and neither do hotels. It’s often one of the biggest challenges faced by hoteliers: maintaining facilities to the standards expected by...

JPMorgan Hackers Came In the Front Door

Hackers burrowed into the databanks of JPMorgan Chase & Co. and deftly dodged one of the world’s largest arrays of sophisticated detection systems for...

Why Bank of America Probably Won’t End Up Actually Paying $17B

How much will Bank of America’s expected US$17 billion mortgage settlement cost the company? The answer is, almost certainly not that much. In mega-settlements negotiated...

13 Fail Proof Ways to Streamlining the Hiring Process

When your new company actually starts to grow, the celebration might be short-lived—growing pains are very real, particularly when it comes to staffing up...

Lender Settlements: Settling Debts with Other People’s Money

As part of their $25 billion settlement in 2012 of lending abuse claims, five of the nation’s largest banks agreed to modify mortgages for...