For every $1 million spent by travelers to Florida, 11 jobs are created, which represents 13 percent of the state’s total non-farm employment.
A slight perspective on how massive the travel industry is globally, compared to coffee. There is no real functional correlation between the two.
As Wall Street deceives us into thinking that the economy is getting better, the Feds keep multiplying their financial stimulus mistakes. A catch 22 for sure
Among Latinos eligible for Marketplace coverage, 4.2 million may be eligible for Medicaid or CHIP.
Bernanke passed the torch to Yellen and monetary policy continues to favor Wall Street as the economy is stuck in a Japan-like deleveraging process.
Capitalism is misunderstood. It is not so much a system; it’s the anti-system, it is what happens when there is no system.
Two painless resolutions that will help you sleep better and help your wallet get fatter. And both are absolutely FREE.
Politicians will shove entitlements onto the backs of businesses resulting in those businesses using robots and software to reduce the workforce.
I always start out writing about things that concern me but end up writing about things that make me think, laugh, be grateful and curious. Enjoy.
Sequestration and Government Shut Down caused delays in Federal grant payments that threatened transportation service interruptions.
Uncle Sam tried to fool us…with his blood stained, ripped clothes, an axe and a meat cleaver…shuffling along. He thought he could pass himself off as a FAKE zombie.
With emerging power economies in a slump and Europe forced to start spending more on military, the US dollar may just remain the best looking currency in a shitty investor portfolio.
Wall Street players itching on a large stack of “hot money” are buying up everything that can be converted into a massive rental REIT structure.
With the Feds putting a new safety net under the market, you may want to party like it’s ‘1999’, but remember that when the lights go out, there will be panic at the exits.
Survey addresses a near $11.7 million deficit in Nassau County’s 2013-14 budget and asks what YOU would cut to close the funding gap.