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  • Flying On A Private Jet Is Getting Much Cheaper

    The appeal of private air travel is hard to ignore: easy-to-reach airports, quiet terminals, no lines or long waits, reliable departure times, a peaceful flight. Traditionally, such privilege came at a steep price. You either had to charter your own aircraft... Read More >>

    FDA Needs To Provide Guidance On Biosimilars

    When Congress passed the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act in 2010 as a part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, it created an approval pathway for biosimilars and interchangeable biologics. The BPCIA also gave the Food and Drug... Read More >>

    Summertime Scams: How To Avoid Hot-Weather Fraud

    If you’re like me, work at home and your air conditioning goes out during a heat wave, you only think about one thing: Getting the a/c fixed ASAP. Unfortunately, there are any number of operators standing by to filch you during your time of HVAC... Read More >>

    10 Things Every College Grad Needs To Know About Money

    One Stanford student thought “paid vacation” meant that her boss would pay for all her travel and leisure activities. Another didn’t know there was such a thing as a water bill, and a third threatened to call the police and report the work study office... Read More >>

    Want To Improve Your Work/Life Balance? Take The 168 Hours Challenge

    “There aren’t enough hours in a day!” How many times have you uttered that between meetings, emails, project deadlines and soccer practices? If you’re like most working parents, your days are probably scheduled to the max—and your nights are... Read More >>

    It Is The Season For Cons In Home Repairs

    For a gang of home repair scammers cruising Fairfax County, Va., the woman was a winning trifecta: She was living alone, had age-related memory loss and could write big checks. Over the course of six years they swindled her out of $400,000, doing the same... Read More >>

    Robert Herjavec: ‘The World Doesn’t Reward Mediocrity’

    The most important decision Robert Herjavec ever made wasn’t ditching the 9-to-5 and going into business for himself. It wasn’t adapting to a whole new language and way of life after moving to Canada from communist Yugoslavia. And it wasn’t selling his... Read More >>

    10 Reasons You’re Not A Millionaire — Yet

    Many people out there desperately want to be millionaires, and why wouldn’t they? While money may not buy happiness it can buy a better, less stressful and more fulfilled life. However, before you can be a millionaire you need to have the right strategy and... Read More >>

    Under Pressure, MasterCard Stops Doing Business With

    Under pressure from the sheriff of the second largest county in the USA, MasterCard announced on Tuesday that it will cease doing business with the online classified portal The web site has long been the target of politicians and law... Read More >>

    City-by-city Look At House Prices, As Seattle Jumps

    Here’s a city-by-city look at home prices, after the S&P/Case-Shiller 20-city composite showed that U.S. house prices rose 1.1% in April, supported by the spring sales market. There were gains in all the cities tracked by the Case-Shiller 20-city... Read More >>

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