Bookseller Barnes and Noble are contemplating the sale of its business after years of revenue declines and ailing stocks. On October 3, the company revealed that it might look to make a deal with potential buyers. Despite its reputation as America’s oldest and top bookseller, internet sales through Amazon and other buyers have resulted in the company’s steady decline since 2006. After their announcement, however, shares for the company rose by nearly 22%. The NASDAQ reports that this is a … Continue reading “Barnes And Noble Starts A New Chapter: Could A Sale Be In The Future?”
Private Jets, Favors Detailed In FIFA Official’s CasePosted on October 9, 2018Categories Featured News Leave a comment on Private Jets, Favors Detailed In FIFA Official’s Case
A newly published legal document reveals that FIFA spent over $11.7 million on private jets for a top official, including various luxury sight-seeing trips. In another instance of questionable behavior among FIFA officials, this legal document detailed the repeated use of private jets and inappropriate use of FIFA funds by Jerome Valcke. Valcke was formerly the FIFA secretary general until he was fired and banned from soccer in 2016 by the FIFA ethics committee. His appeal was rejected, and he … Continue reading “Private Jets, Favors Detailed In FIFA Official’s Case”
Harley-Davidson Shifts Focus Toward Electric Vehicles To Drive GrowthPosted on October 9, 2018October 15, 2018Categories Featured Leave a comment on Harley-Davidson Shifts Focus Toward Electric Vehicles To Drive Growth
Harley-Davidson’s shifting focus toward the electric vehicle market may drive the motorcycle company’s future growth. According to Forbes, motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson is focusing on the electric vehicles market to sustain operations and deliver long-term value to investors. Harley has suffered significant financial blows in recent years. Although the manufacturer has a strong presence in Europe and Japan, Harley commands up to 50% of the motorcycle market in the United States. That command has caused the weakness in the U.S. motorcycle … Continue reading “Harley-Davidson Shifts Focus Toward Electric Vehicles To Drive Growth”
Is Millennial Job Hopping Bad for the Economy?Posted on October 9, 2018Categories Featured News Leave a comment on Is Millennial Job Hopping Bad for the Economy?
Young people are changing jobs. A lot. According to Dick Resch, a contributor to the News Herald, millennials are job hopping so often it’s costing the U.S. economy about $30 billion annually. Forbes points to a similar statistic, writing that 21% of millennials reported switching jobs in the last year, over double the percentage of job switches among Gen Xers and other generations. However, contributor Larry Alton urges readers to remember that a few decades ago, twenty-somethings in the Gen … Continue reading “Is Millennial Job Hopping Bad for the Economy?”
Carbon Fiber And Boats: The Perfect Match?Posted on October 4, 2018Categories Featured News Leave a comment on Carbon Fiber And Boats: The Perfect Match?
Luxury yacht maker, Hinckley, thinks so. The American boat brand unveiled the Hinckley 40C, which offers a luxurious ride comparable to the brand’s classic Picnic Boat, with the lightweight strength and speed aided by a carbon fiber design. The 40C utilizes a carbon fiber inner layer, providing the craft with the best in strength and weight. This enables the craft to reach a top speed of 63 miles per hour, around 20 mph faster than the Hinckley Picnic craft it’s … Continue reading “Carbon Fiber And Boats: The Perfect Match?”
How to Protect Your Information from Credit Card ScamsPosted on October 4, 2018December 19, 2019Categories Featured News Leave a comment on How to Protect Your Information from Credit Card Scams
According to a recent article by the Casper Star Tribune, two out of five cardholders in the United States have been victims of credit card scams. Though some people only lose a few bucks after dealing with credit card scams, others aren’t so lucky. In fact, people often end up losing thousands of dollars. Identity theft, and more specifically credit card fraud, is so frequent that total losses have accumulated to astonishing sums. In 2016 alone, 15.4 million people in … Continue reading “How to Protect Your Information from Credit Card Scams”
Florida Real Estate: Statewide Condo Sales On the RisePosted on October 1, 2018December 25, 2020Categories Featured News Leave a comment on Florida Real Estate: Statewide Condo Sales On the Rise
A condominium can be defined as a property that looks similar to a regular apartment, but is fully run by a homeowner’s association where tenants or owners have to follow certain mandatory rules. If you are considering condo rental and not ownership, you still have to follow the association rules or you will be kicked out. Most owners that rent, do have condos utilities included in the monthly rent. In some cases, the water is the only utility and tenants … Continue reading “Florida Real Estate: Statewide Condo Sales On the Rise”