Credit.com: 11 ways to lower air conditioning costs

Credit.com: 11 ways to lower air conditioning costs

With summer comes a rising electric bill as you fight to keep your home cool and take refuge from the sweltering heat. Luckily, there are many ways to fight astronomical air conditioning… Read more »

How to stay safe in a heat-wave power outage — beware of these heat-related illnesses, and other advice

How to stay safe in a heat-wave power outage — beware of these heat-related illnesses, and other advice

Man, it’s a hot one — with a power outage, to boot. Power outages impacted tens of thousands of New York City residents during this weekend’s unforgiving heat wave, as… Read more »

Next Avenue: This is not your mother’s mobile health app

Next Avenue: This is not your mother’s mobile health app

In a recent Next Avenue story, we examined the ubiquity of mobile health apps. Now, our focus shifts to a more expansive view about digital health technologies and on how these… Read more »

Australian regulator moves to prescribe stricter terms for executive pay

Australian regulator moves to prescribe stricter terms for executive pay

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s prudential regulator on Tuesday said it intends to prescribe stricter terms on executive pay policies of the country’s large banks, retirement funds and insurers as it… Read more »

Who’s ready for decades of low or negative U.S. interest rates?

Who’s ready for decades of low or negative U.S. interest rates?

President Trump recently nominated Judy Shelton to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors. She is the U.S. director for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, which I had never… Read more »

Australian financial watchdog moves to prescribe stricter terms for executive pay

Australian financial watchdog moves to prescribe stricter terms for executive pay

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s prudential regulator on Tuesday said it intends to prescribe stricter terms on executive pay policies of the country’s large banks, retirement funds and insurers as it… Read more »

The future of retirement isn’t doomed, but retirees may still need some serious help

The future of retirement isn’t doomed, but retirees may still need some serious help

Americans, have no fear — the future of retirement may not be as bleak as you fear. It also may not be quite as cheerful as you’d hope. The gender… Read more »

Asia Markets: Asian markets rise after Wall Street gains, encouraging trade-talk news

Asia Markets: Asian markets rise after Wall Street gains, encouraging trade-talk news

Asian markets gained slightly in muted early trading Tuesday, after stocks closed higher on Wall Street to kick off a busy earnings week. Investors were also encouraged by trade developments,… Read more »

Your Money: Families need to brush up on student loan literacy

Your Money: Families need to brush up on student loan literacy

NEW YORK (Reuters) – For Americans worried about the escalating price of a college education, here’s good news: Tuition for the typical family barely budged in the past year, following… Read more »

The New York Post: Pence scrapped New Hampshire trip to avoid meeting drug suspect: report

The New York Post: Pence scrapped New Hampshire trip to avoid meeting drug suspect: report

Vice President Mike Pence abruptly canceled a trip to New Hampshire earlier this month so he could avoid shaking hands with a former New York Giants player under investigation for… Read more »

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