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  • Heartbleed: Android devices may be vulnerable

    Heartbleed: Android devices may be vulnerable

    Tuesday, April 15 2014 10:14 PM EDT2014-04-16 02:14:46 GMT
    If you've heard about the Heartbleed bug, maybe you've already changed all your passwords and online security information. But Android users may still be at risk. Lance Ulanoff, senior editor of the online tech site Mashable, explains: "For the most part, Heartbleed has really been about the services that you access, and not local devices so the encryption on the device may have the same vulnerability."
    If you've heard about the Heartbleed bug, maybe you've already changed all your passwords and online security information. But Android users may still be at risk. Lance Ulanoff, senior editor of the online tech site Mashable, explains: "For the most part, Heartbleed has really been about the services that you access, and not local devices so the encryption on the device may have the same vulnerability."
  • Connecticut casinos post March slot revenue drop

    Connecticut casinos post March slot revenue drop

    Tuesday, April 15 2014 9:34 PM EDT2014-04-16 01:34:00 GMT
    Connecticut's Indian-run casinos say slot machine revenue fell sharply in March, with Foxwoods Resort Casino citing an "ultra-competitive" market. Foxwoods reported Tuesday that the share of wagers, known as revenue, was $44.6 million, down 10 percent from March 2013. Total slot machine wagering at the Mashantucket Pequot tribal casino was $566 million, down 5 percent.
    Connecticut's Indian-run casinos say slot machine revenue fell sharply in March, with Foxwoods Resort Casino citing an "ultra-competitive" market. Foxwoods reported Tuesday that the share of wagers, known as revenue, was $44.6 million, down 10 percent from March 2013. Total slot machine wagering at the Mashantucket Pequot tribal casino was $566 million, down 5 percent.
  • Heartbleed: what websites are affected and what you should do now

    Heartbleed: what websites are affected and what you should do now

    Tuesday, April 15 2014 9:16 PM EDT2014-04-16 01:16:42 GMT
    The Heartbleed bug is no joke. Websites, social networks, services, networking equipment, and web-enabled hardware may all be vulnerable. Here are some steps to take right now: Use the LastPass Heartbleed checker to see if websites you use are vulnerable and/or if they have installed security patches. Check the website of the company that made your home router in case it has been compromised. Make sure to download any software updates and security patches. Change your passwords.
    The Heartbleed security flaw is no joke. Websites, social networks, services, networking equipment, and web-enabled hardware may all be vulnerable. Here are some steps to take right now: Use the LastPass Heartbleed checker to see if websites you use are vulnerable and/or if they have installed security patches. Check the website of the company that made your home router in case it has been compromised. Make sure to download any software updates and security patches. Change your passwords.
  • Social streaming video from your iPhone with YEVVO

    Social streaming video from your iPhone with YEVVO

    Tuesday, April 15 2014 6:36 PM EDT2014-04-15 22:36:24 GMT
    We met YEVVO's 26-year-old co-founder and CEO, Ben Rubin, on a rainy day in Madison Square Park. Among the four of us (Ben, me, my photographer, and the representative from Ben's PR firm), we had four smartphones and the free app Rubin created."What if you were going live during this interview and then somebody [online] started asking questions and then [that somebody] actually helped to create the content?" Rubin asked.
    We met YEVVO's 26-year-old co-founder and CEO, Ben Rubin, on a rainy day in Madison Square Park. Among the four of us (Ben, me, my photographer, and the representative from Ben's PR firm), we had four smartphones and the free app Rubin created."What if you were going live during this interview and then somebody [online] started asking questions and then [that somebody] actually helped to create the content?" Rubin asked.
  • Survey: What jeans? Teens love yoga pants

    Survey: What jeans? Teens love yoga pants

    Monday, April 14 2014 10:14 PM EDT2014-04-15 02:14:47 GMT
    Some teens we spoke to love wearing yoga pants almost as much as they love to giggle. Dressing in athletic wear for more than just exercising is a growing trend, especially among teenagers. A Piper Jaffray survey of teen spending shows that active wear now makes up 28 percent of teens' clothing purchases.
    Some teens we spoke to love wearing yoga pants almost as much as they love to giggle. Dressing in athletic wear for more than just exercising is a growing trend, especially among teenagers. A Piper Jaffray survey of teen spending shows that active wear now makes up 28 percent of teens' clothing purchases.
  • Report: Facebook wants to be in the money-transfer business

    Report: Facebook wants to be in the money-transfer business

    Monday, April 14 2014 4:06 PM EDT2014-04-14 20:06:02 GMT
    In a bid to gain further traction in emerging markets, Facebook (FB) is reportedly planning to jump into the money transfer business by servicing remittances and electronic money. According to the Financial Times, the world's largest social network is requesting approval from Ireland’s central bank to become an "e-money" institution. Such a distinction would allow Facebook to issue units of stored monetary value that represent a claim against the company.
    In a bid to gain further traction in emerging markets, Facebook (FB) is reportedly planning to jump into the money transfer business by servicing remittances and electronic money. According to the Financial Times, the world's largest social network is requesting approval from Ireland’s central bank to become an "e-money" institution. Such a distinction would allow Facebook to issue units of stored monetary value that represent a claim against the company.
  • Atlantic City casino revenue down in March

    Atlantic City casino revenue down in March

    Monday, April 14 2014 3:30 PM EDT2014-04-14 19:30:55 GMT
    New Jersey casino regulators say Internet gambling grew at a faster rate in March, its fourth full month as a legal option in the state. But it wasn't enough to keep Atlantic City's casinos from seeing their overall gambling income decline again. The state Division of Gaming Enforcement announced Monday that online gambling brought in $11.9 million in March, up 15 percent from February.
    New Jersey casino regulators say Internet gambling grew at a faster rate in March, its fourth full month as a legal option in the state. But it wasn't enough to keep Atlantic City's casinos from seeing their overall gambling income decline again. The state Division of Gaming Enforcement announced Monday that online gambling brought in $11.9 million in March, up 15 percent from February.
  • Spring cleaning tips to de-clutter your life

    Spring cleaning tips to de-clutter your life

    Friday, April 11 2014 7:43 AM EDT2014-04-11 11:43:47 GMT
    Maybe you need to watch the TV show "Hoarders Buried Alive" to motivate to do your spring cleaning. But interior designer Guillaume Gentet says you should be inspired by how you will feel when it is over. Before you even open your closet he suggests opening the windows and start cleaning. Next hit the floors. Next: time to pare down your wardrobe. Rule of thumb: if you haven't worn it in two years' time to toss or give clothes in good condition to charity.
    Maybe you need to watch the TV show "Hoarders Buried Alive" to motivate to do your spring cleaning. But interior designer Guillaume Gentet says you should be inspired by how you will feel when it is over. Before you even open your closet he suggests opening the windows and start cleaning. Next hit the floors. Next: time to pare down your wardrobe. Rule of thumb: if you haven't worn it in two years' time to toss or give clothes in good condition to charity.
  • New Jersey fines unregistered health clubs

    New Jersey fines unregistered health clubs

    Thursday, April 10 2014 2:53 PM EDT2014-04-10 18:53:37 GMT
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    New Jersey officials have fined 53 gyms for failure to register or selling long-term contracts without maintaining required security bonds. The state Division of Consumer Affairs announced Thursday that the fines for the health clubs totaled $284,000.
    New Jersey officials have fined 53 gyms for failure to register or selling long-term contracts without maintaining required security bonds. The state Division of Consumer Affairs announced Thursday that the fines for the health clubs totaled $284,000.
  • Could a 6-hour workday improve your health and productivity?

    Could a 6-hour workday improve your health and productivity?

    Wednesday, April 9 2014 10:49 PM EDT2014-04-10 02:49:44 GMT
    New Yorker Chris Flemming told us he keeps grueling hours in two jobs to support his daughter. He might want to consider moving to Sweden. The mayor of Gothenburg is trying a new experiment. He is allowing some municipal employees to work just six hours a day. The test: to see if a shorter day increases productivity and if workers take fewer sick days because they feel better mentally and physically.
    New Yorker Chris Flemming told us he keeps grueling hours in two jobs to support his daughter. He might want to consider moving to Sweden. The mayor of Gothenburg is trying a new experiment. He is allowing some municipal employees to work just six hours a day. The test: to see if a shorter day increases productivity and if workers take fewer sick days because they feel better mentally and physically.
  • Toyota recalls 6.39 million vehicles

    Toyota recalls 6.39 million vehicles

    Wednesday, April 9 2014 2:32 PM EDT2014-04-09 18:32:05 GMT
    Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling 6.39 million vehicles globally for a variety of problems spanning nearly 30 models in Japan, the U.S., Europe and other places. No injuries or crashes have been reported related to the recalls announced Wednesday. But two reports of fires are linked to one of the problems, a defective engine starter that can keep the motor running.
    Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling 6.39 million vehicles globally for a variety of problems spanning nearly 30 models in Japan, the U.S., Europe and other places. No injuries or crashes have been reported related to the recalls announced Wednesday. But two reports of fires are linked to one of the problems, a defective engine starter that can keep the motor running.
  • Research: At-home mothers on the rise

    Research: At-home mothers on the rise

    Tuesday, April 8 2014 10:48 PM EDT2014-04-09 02:48:25 GMT
    The rising cost of child care is among likely reasons for a rise in the number of women staying home full-time with their children, according to a new Pew Research Center report released Tuesday. Other factors cited by Pew to explain the increase include more immigrant mothers, who tend to stay home with children in greater numbers than U.S.-born moms; more women unable to find work; and ambivalence about the impact of working mothers on young children.
    The rising cost of child care is among likely reasons for a rise in the number of women staying home full-time with their children, according to a new Pew Research Center report released Tuesday. Other factors cited by Pew to explain the increase include more immigrant mothers, who tend to stay home with children in greater numbers than U.S.-born moms; more women unable to find work; and ambivalence about the impact of working mothers on young children.
  • Will Amazon Fresh take on Fresh Direct and Peapod?

    Will Amazon Fresh take on Fresh Direct and Peapod?

    Monday, April 7 2014 10:32 PM EDT2014-04-08 02:32:56 GMT
    Fresh Direct has been around for years. You grocery shop online, and the company delivers to your door. Well now other companies are cashing in on the convenience.Amazon hopes a gadget called the Dash will bring in more cash. It looks like a remote control. While you're at home you can either scan the barcode of the grocery items you need or you can speak in to it. Items are added to your Amazon Fresh account for delivery.Currently, the Dash is only available in Los Angeles, San Francisco and...
    Fresh Direct has been around for years. You grocery shop online, and the company delivers to your door. Well now other companies are cashing in on the convenience.Amazon hopes a gadget called the Dash will bring in more cash. It looks like a remote control. While you're at home you can either scan the barcode of the grocery items you need or you can speak in to it. Items are added to your Amazon Fresh account for delivery.Currently, the Dash is only available in Los Angeles, San Francisco and...
  • Shorty Awards honor best of social media

    Shorty Awards honor best of social media

    Monday, April 7 2014 10:22 PM EDT2014-04-08 02:22:23 GMT
    From Twitter to Vine to Instagram, social media has become such a big part of our lives. There's an award show to recognize those doing it best: The Shorty Awards. We met some of the people make a name for themselves with a few little key strokes.6-second vine videos have made college freshman Logan Paul of Ohio kind of a big deal on social media. He has 3.7 million followers on Vine, making him the 13th most popular Viner in the world.
    From Twitter to Vine to Instagram, social media has become such a big part of our lives. There's an award show to recognize those doing it best: The Shorty Awards. We met some of the people make a name for themselves with a few little key strokes.6-second vine videos have made college freshman Logan Paul of Ohio kind of a big deal on social media. He has 3.7 million followers on Vine, making him the 13th most popular Viner in the world.
  • End of Windows XP support spells trouble for some

    End of Windows XP support spells trouble for some

    Monday, April 7 2014 8:57 PM EDT2014-04-08 00:57:49 GMT
    Microsoft will end support for the persistently popular Windows XP on Tuesday, and the move could put everything from the operations of heavy industry to the identities of everyday people in danger. An estimated 30 percent of computers being used by businesses and consumers around the world are still running the 12-year-old operating system.
    Microsoft will end support for the persistently popular Windows XP on Tuesday, and the move could put everything from the operations of heavy industry to the identities of everyday people in danger. An estimated 30 percent of computers being used by businesses and consumers around the world are still running the 12-year-old operating system.
  • Technology security and safety flaws

    Technology security and safety flaws

    Friday, April 4 2014 10:05 PM EDT2014-04-05 02:05:58 GMT
    When the iPhone, Xbox and PlayStation came out, there were some glitches -- annoying, but not unsafe. Now, however, we're learning of high-tech security and safety flaws in those products and others. A major security flaw was discovered recently in the iOS7 and iOS7.1 systems, making it impossible to recover stolen iPhone.
    When the iPhone, Xbox and PlayStation came out, there were some glitches -- annoying, but not unsafe. Now, however, we're learning of high-tech security and safety flaws in those products and others. A major security flaw was discovered recently in the iOS7 and iOS7.1 systems, making it impossible to recover stolen iPhone.
  • NYC apartment prices on the rise

    NYC apartment prices on the rise

    Friday, April 4 2014 8:59 PM EDT2014-04-05 00:59:48 GMT
    The latest quarterly real estate reports are out and the news is a little discouraging: prices in New York City are still going up, and inventory keeps shrinking. So what's a prospective buyer or renter to do? We went in search of some helpful tips. Tara Gallegos has been pounding the pavement with her broker in search of a Manhattan apartment but with h the price and tight inventory. It's been a challenge.
    The latest quarterly real estate reports are out and the news is a little discouraging: prices in New York City are still going up, and inventory keeps shrinking. So what's a prospective buyer or renter to do? We went in search of some helpful tips. Tara Gallegos has been pounding the pavement with her broker in search of a Manhattan apartment but with h the price and tight inventory. It's been a challenge.
  • Is that cereal box character looking right at your kid?

    Is that cereal box character looking right at your kid?

    Wednesday, April 2 2014 10:19 PM EDT2014-04-03 02:19:08 GMT
    In the great debate over what cereal to buy a child, there is heavy competition to get kids to pay attention. Seeing the cereal in a TV commercial may just be a piece of the puzzle. New research from Cornell Food and Brand Lab finds cereal marketed to children sits half as high as adult cereal on supermarket shelves. And those cartoon characters' gazes are often at a downward angle, looking right into a child's eye.
    In the great debate over what cereal to buy a child, there is heavy competition to get kids to pay attention. Seeing the cereal in a TV commercial may just be a piece of the puzzle. New research from Cornell Food and Brand Lab finds cereal marketed to children sits half as high as adult cereal on supermarket shelves. And those cartoon characters' gazes are often at a downward angle, looking right into a child's eye.
  • Amazon unveils Fire TV streaming device

    Amazon unveils Fire TV streaming device

    Wednesday, April 2 2014 6:55 PM EDT2014-04-02 22:55:25 GMT
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    Amazon is making a bid to enter living rooms with Amazon Fire TV, a new streaming device that delivers online video, music and other content to televisions. The company says the $99 device has better speed, performance and search functions than other streaming boxes such as Apple TV and Google Chromecast.
    Amazon is making a bid to enter living rooms with Amazon Fire TV, a new streaming device that delivers online video, music and other content to televisions. The company says the $99 device has better speed, performance and search functions than other streaming boxes such as Apple TV and Google Chromecast.
  • Tech companies love April Fools' Day pranks

    Tech companies love April Fools' Day pranks

    Tuesday, April 1 2014 10:45 PM EDT2014-04-02 02:45:46 GMT
    Redbox told us its new a color-changing console would match our mood. Twitter announced the Twitter Helmet. And Kodak introduced its Picture Kiosk Drone. None actually exist. All found us on April 1 through the Internet.
    Redbox told us its new a color-changing console would match our mood. Twitter announced the Twitter Helmet. And Kodak introduced its Picture Kiosk Drone. None actually exist. All found us on April 1 through the Internet.
  • RunPee.com tells you when to go to the bathroom during a movie

    RunPee.com tells you when to go to the bathroom during a movie

    Wednesday, March 26 2014 5:49 PM EDT2014-03-26 21:49:30 GMT
    Dan Florio refers to himself as a CPO, which stands for chief pee officer. Yes, "pee" as in urine. That idea was to compile a list of the two or three best times to get up and pee in every movie ever. Florio hatched the scheme nine years ago.
    Dan Florio refers to himself as a CPO, which stands for chief pee officer. Yes, "pee" as in urine. That idea was to compile a list of the two or three best times to get up and pee in every movie ever. Florio hatched the scheme nine years ago.
  • Chewing gum sales decline

    Chewing gum sales decline

    Friday, March 21 2014 10:57 PM EDT2014-03-22 02:57:04 GMT
    The jingle is sticky, like gum, and tough to get out of your head. But the video is old and grainy. Sort of like the Doublemint twins themselves. Advertising guru Adam Hanft says gum's marketing is stale. That is the reason sales deflated by 11 percent, according to market researcher Euromonitor International, when the industry's bubble blew back in 2009.
    The jingle is sticky, like gum, and tough to get out of your head. But the video is old and grainy. Sort of like the Doublemint twins themselves. Advertising guru Adam Hanft says gum's marketing is stale. That is the reason sales deflated by 11 percent, according to market researcher Euromonitor International, when the industry's bubble blew back in 2009.
  • Social shopping with mom

    Social shopping with mom

    Friday, February 28 2014 10:15 PM EST2014-03-01 03:15:10 GMT
    Sienna Morris uses social media to shop. Yep, she's only 7. Sienna shops online with her mom, Renee, and she's not only the budding fashionista in the family. Renee's eldest daughter, 14-year-old Logan, started shopping via social media with her mom a few months ago. Mother and daughter use various apps to shop: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.
    Sienna Morris uses social media to shop. Yep, she's only 7. Sienna shops online with her mom, Renee, and she's not only the budding fashionista in the family. Renee's eldest daughter, 14-year-old Logan, started shopping via social media with her mom a few months ago. Mother and daughter use various apps to shop: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.
  • The Big Idea

    The rapid progress of artificial intelligence

    The rapid progress of artificial intelligence

    Friday, February 28 2014 1:45 PM EST2014-02-28 18:45:49 GMT
    Meet the humanoid robot called Robothespian. He is designed to interact with people even through Skype. Created by England-based Engineered Arts, the Robothespian runs on algorithms and codes, or a form of artificial intelligence. Nicole Carey says he recognizes people, and sees your emotional state and more. Humanoid robots are the type of thing that are just the warm-up act for what is coming next in the world of A.I.
    Meet the humanoid robot called Robothespian. He is designed to interact with people even through Skype. Created by England-based Engineered Arts, the Robothespian runs on algorithms and codes, or a form of artificial intelligence. Nicole Carey says he recognizes people, and sees your emotional state and more. Humanoid robots are the type of thing that are just the warm-up act for what is coming next in the world of A.I.
  • Google Glass: 3 NYC testers give their take

    Google Glass: 3 NYC testers give their take

    Thursday, February 27 2014 10:41 PM EST2014-02-28 03:41:47 GMT
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    Meet the ambassadors for the future and their must-have accessory, Google Glass. They have been wearing Glass for several months for anywhere from three to 12 hours a day, each for different reasons. Google handpicked Det, Lori, Maya and a few hundred others to try its futuristic eye wear before anyone else. It comes in a variety of frames and colors, all with a tiny cube over your right eye displaying apps and information.
    Meet the ambassadors for the future and their must-have accessory, Google Glass. They have been wearing Glass for several months for anywhere from three to 12 hours a day, each for different reasons. Google handpicked Det, Lori, Maya and a few hundred others to try its futuristic eye wear before anyone else. It comes in a variety of frames and colors, all with a tiny cube over your right eye displaying apps and information.
  • Powerball Jackpot is $400 million and growing

    Powerball Jackpot is $400 million and growing

    Sunday, February 16 2014 10:58 PM EST2014-02-17 03:58:29 GMT
    The Powerball Jackpot is growing! Since there was no winner in Saturday’s drawing, the next jackpot will be worth at least $400 million dollars and it may grow higher!
    The Powerball Jackpot is growing! Since there was no winner in Saturday’s drawing, the next jackpot will be worth at least $400 million dollars and it may grow higher!
  • Pressure for U.S. to adopt chip-and-PIN credit cards

    Pressure for U.S. to adopt chip-and-PIN credit cards

    Monday, February 10 2014 10:33 PM EST2014-02-11 03:33:18 GMT
    Just before the holidays, retail giant Target became one itself for hackers, who successfully stole millions of customers' personal credit card numbers. Just weeks later, there is a renewed call by both security experts and customers for new, safer ways to pay for merchandise with something known as chip-and-PIN, or smart, cards.
    Just before the holidays, retail giant Target became one itself for hackers, who successfully stole millions of customers' personal credit card numbers. Just weeks later, there is a renewed call by both security experts and customers for new, safer ways to pay for merchandise with something known as chip-and-PIN, or smart, cards.
  • Mobile coupon apps

    Mobile coupon apps

    Monday, February 3 2014 10:19 PM EST2014-02-04 03:19:57 GMT
    Shoppers save billions every year by using coupons. And some get such a thrill from the savings, there's even a reality show all about it. But while everyone loves a deal, many of us can't be bothered with the actual clipping and carrying to the the store. That's why mobile coupon apps are growing in popularity.We Skyped with Noah Godfey, the founder of one of the newest coupon apps: Checkout 51.Each week the free app lists offers for 15 to 30 products from national brands. This week, Frosted...
    Shoppers save billions every year by using coupons. And some get such a thrill from the savings, there's even a reality show all about it. But while everyone loves a deal, many of us can't be bothered with the actual clipping and carrying to the the store. That's why mobile coupon apps are growing in popularity.We Skyped with Noah Godfey, the founder of one of the newest coupon apps: Checkout 51.Each week the free app lists offers for 15 to 30 products from national brands. This week, Frosted...
  • Protecting your shoes (and floors) from snow and salt

    Protecting your shoes (and floors) from snow and salt

    Wednesday, February 5 2014 6:50 PM EST2014-02-05 23:50:06 GMT
    This weather is just the pits, we're freezing cold, soaking wet, and our feet are covered in salt. It's yet another woe of winter. We need the salt to melt all of this snow. But so much salt leaves tell-tale signs on our shoes. Some say a mixture of vinegar and water can do the trick. But Mark Powers, the senior technical editor of This Old House magazine, says it can be even easier than that.
    This weather is just the pits, we're freezing cold, soaking wet, and our feet are covered in salt. It's yet another woe of winter. We need the salt to melt all of this snow. But so much salt leaves tell-tale signs on our shoes. Some say a mixture of vinegar and water can do the trick. But Mark Powers, the senior technical editor of This Old House magazine, says it can be even easier than that.
  • The challenges of being a millennial looking for a job

    The challenges of being a millennial looking for a job

    Thursday, February 6 2014 6:15 PM EST2014-02-06 23:15:35 GMT
    Much like in speed dating, millennials and mentors met for five minutes at a time before moving to the next table and the next potential connection. The goal at a New York Women in Communications event sponsored by 21st Century Fox is to pair the unemployed with the employed; to give young job seekers tips about how to land their first job.
    Much like in speed dating, millennials and mentors met for five minutes at a time before moving to the next table and the next potential connection. The goal at a New York Women in Communications event sponsored by 21st Century Fox is to pair the unemployed with the employed; to give young job seekers tips about how to land their first job.
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  • Job Opportunities At Fox 5/My9

    Job Opportunities At Fox 5/My9

    Tuesday, March 25 2014 4:46 PM EDT2014-03-25 20:46:22 GMT
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  • When Facebook is a bank...

    When Facebook is a bank...

    Would you trust the 'Bank of Facebook' with your cash? Here's how Facebook's big money project is getting started.
    Would you trust the 'Bank of Facebook' with your cash? Here's how Facebook's big money project is getting started.
  • The deal boom is back with a vengeance

    The deal boom is back with a vengeance

    The calendar may say 2014, but investors are partying like it's 1999. That’s because merger and acquisition (MA) activity, along with initial public offering (IPO) issuance, have returned to their former glory days.
    The calendar may say 2014, but investors are partying like it's 1999. That’s because merger and acquisition (MA) activity, along with initial public offering (IPO) issuance, have returned to their former glory days.
  • How financial advisors mistreat women (and what women can do about It)

    How financial advisors mistreat women (and what women can do about It)

    Since the 1950s, women have increasingly assumed the breadwinner role in the household, yet many of them still don't seek out financial advice.
    Since the 1950s, women have increasingly assumed the breadwinner role in the household, yet many of them still don't seek out financial advice.
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