Five years ago this weekend, March 9, the U.S. stock market hit its crisis bottom. Since then the S&P 500 has more than doubled, but the economy still remains a sputtering engine. Lindsey Piegza, chief economist at... Read More
Five years ago this weekend, March 9, the U.S. stock market hit its crisis bottom. Since then the S&P 500 has more than doubled, but the economy still remains a sputtering engine. Lindsey Piegza, chief economist at Sterne Agee, discusses on MoneyBeat.
Both Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway and Carl Icahn’s Icahn Enterprises had banner years in 2013, but which aged billionaire is the better guide for investors? Barron’s Andrew Bary tackles the question on MoneyBeat.
More than half of Americans surveyed by Ameriprise say they are saving up to an average of $185 per month by cutting back on eating out, entertainment and clothing, says Suzanna de Baca, Ameriprise VP of Wealth Strategies. Ameriprise surveyed Baby Boomers, Gen Xers and Millennials and found that people are making conscious efforts to spend less and save more. However, the survey also uncovered that most Americans don't plan to cut back in areas that can make the biggest impact on their savings.
Forbes' 30 Under 30. The New Yorker's 20 Under 40. Inc.'s 35 Under 35. Fortune's 40 Under 40. TIME's 30 Under 30. What's behind this obsession with success at younger and younger ages, and should that even be the focus at the onset of a career?
In Chapter 18 of 19 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, New York City reporter Yoav Gonen answers "What is on Your Mind as You Turn 40 This Year?" As he hits the age 40 milestone, Gonen notes that like it or not, you are forced to reflect. After a tough 39th year full of challenges including a physical injury and recovery, Gonen looks ahead to fully embracing 40 and making the most out of the year ahead. Yoav Gonen is a reporter and City Hall Bureau Chief for the New York Post newspaper.
In Chapter 19 of 19 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, New York City reporter Yoav Gonen answers "How Are Your Personal Priorities Changing as You Get Older?" As he gets older, Gonen finds he puts a greater priority spending doing the things he loves with those he loves the most, namely family and friends. With age, Gonen finds he has a better grasp of what he wants out of life and what relationships, including being an uncle, bring him joy. Yoav Gonen is a reporter for the New York Post.
In Chapter 5 of 17 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, educator and entrepreneur Michael Margolis answers "How Are Your Personal Priorities Changing as You Get Older?" As he gets older, Margolis learns to be more mindful of his health and manage his time so he can sustain a consistent energy level. Individually and professionally, he feels he has less to prove to others and inside the office he embraces the role of CEO in setting intentional organizational culture and mentoring employees.
Laura Selenzi says she was mesmerized the first time she saw belly dancers at the age of 15. Now a belly dance instructor and performer in Halifax, Selenzi says the graceful, sensuous dance is growing in popularity.