Carbon credits have been discredited as nothing more than a distraction method for fossil fuel-guzzling industries. This accusation contains shades of truth; public trust in carbon crediting has been eroded by opaque systems, double counting and high-profile scandals.
Sex education in America is crippled with a pulsing Victorian hangover. Today, less than half of American States mandate sexual education, and even fewer require that it is medically accurate. This only leaves pornogrpahy to fill in the gaps.
Recent studies predict that we use an astounding 129 billion masks a month, and most of them are disposable. As a result, scientists warn that there could end up being more facemasks than jellyfish in the ocean.
Our taxes are big business, and we must be discerning tax consumers.
The components that make up our electronic devices result in a massive amount of electronic waste (E-waste), which is a major contributor to methane emissions.
The phrase “death by a thousand papercuts” is appropriate to describe the way small, monthly debts add up.
Macy's is coming back, shaking off several challenges competition from online retailers and the pandemic brought its way.
When you leave a company, you have four options regarding your 401(k) plan.
Personal spending rose 2.1% in January, up from 0.8% in the previous months and ahead of market forecasts of 1.5%.
Despite the condemnations and drumbeat of “severe” sanctions from President Joe Biden and America's European allies following the Russian military moving into Ukraine, it is important to note where the rest of the world is on this.
For over a decade, Chipotle has been a big winner on Wall Street. But not in the last 12 months, when it trailed the broader market.
The American economy is adding close to half a million jobs a month. Unemployment is hovering close to a 20-year low. Meanwhile, inflation is running at an annual rate of 7.5%, a 40-year high.
On Thursday morning, the retail giant beat analyst estimates as more Americans returned to brick-and-mortar stores.
Accepting Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to pay for trips will create a great deal of buzz for Uber, but it won't solve its big problem: the failure to capture value for their stockholders.
Inflation is everywhere, from the factory floor to the warehouse gate, the supermarket register, and the kitchen table, as evidenced by a string of inflation reports confirming the rise of commodity prices across the board.
Time = Money. No truer equation has ever been written. Unfortunately, that equation does not take into account the facts of real life.
As severe shortages continue, chip companies will increasingly have the upper hand over car-makers, which may ultimately force auto manufacturers to adopt a more innovative mindset about onboard computing.
Low consumer sentiment is a predictor of lower consumer spending down the road. And that's bad news for the U.S. economy and equities.
The hot inflation numbers came days after the U.S. government reported that the nation’s economy is roaring back from the COVID-19 recession.
Venmo is popular with younger generations, and the adoption of the product by Amazon could help bring the buzz back to the online payments company.
There won't be so many big Super Bowl parties in 2022 due to the spread of the Omicron variant, but it hasn't dampened our desire to have a good laugh during the event — particularly at the commercials.
Amazon's recent price hike for its Prime program could send customers to Walmart, which has left the price of its premium loyalty program unchanged.
Today’s labor market may prove to be another good news-bad news day. Good news for Main Street and bad news for Wall Street.
Facebook and Netflix are two leading companies in different industries but they share a common problem lately: They are running out of profitable opportunities as competition is closing in.
Social Security is usually the first thing considered when people start to think about funding their future retirement.