In 1851, Henry Jarvis Raymond and George Jones founded the New-York Daily Times. The paper sold for a penny. By 1857, the company changed its name to The New-York Times. It wasn't until 1896 that it dropped the hyphen. Finally, in 1969, The New York Times (NYSE: NYT) became a publicly traded com
Maurice Wysocki, an information technology worker, was looking to branch out on his own as a contractor last year, allowing him a more flexible schedule and sharply reduced hours some months of the year.
But then the Poughquag, New York, resident hopped on the federal health care exchange to
Firearms subject to background checks performed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation can still be purchased during the government shutdown, which began Saturday morning after Republicans and Democrats were unable to agree on a funding deal.
Plenty of government resources will temporarily shutter, including cultural institutions, parts of the Internal Revenue Service....More>>>
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If there is one Billion-Dollar Unicorn that has never been in a rush to go public, it is AirBnB (Private:AIRB). The 10-year old company has taken to heart Warren Buffett’s mantra of “get rich slow.” After carefully planning its financial and operating model, AirBnB believes that it will be ready to go public this year.
The rise of inexpensive index funds, which has made stock diversification less costly for the average investor, isnt without its shortcomings. Notably, it could result in lower future returns, according to a financial blogger at Philosophical Economics.
In a weekend blog post, the anonymous trader, who adopted the name of the legendary stock trader Jesse Livermore, explained why a 4% historical....More>>>
With March Madness in full swing, it's not just brackets that are being busted.
The average American may be spending more money than usual. According to WalletHub, the average bet on the NCAA Tournament is $20 to $50, and there is 20 percent and 24 percent increase in beer sales and chicken w