The tourism industry is fueling a global economic boost thanks to the addition of 7.2 million jobs worldwide last year. According to a report from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) released on Monday travel and tourism supported 284 million jobs, that’s one in every 11 jobs internationally.
A startup called Lammily is creating realistic male dolls after ‘average’ Barbie was released earlier this year.
Ah St. Patrick’s Day! What started out as a solemn religious ceremony on the Emrele Isle has slowly but surely transformed into one of the banner days in American capitalism.
Call it the luck of the Irish, but 2016 St. Patrick’s Day spending is expected to give retailers a solid boost, according to data from the National Retail Federation (NRF).
U.S. biotech companies are eying Cuba for a new market to grow genetically modified organisms
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A Boston-based startup is transforming shipping containers into high-tech hydroponic farms
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Former first lady Nancy Reagan was a ‘true champion’ of Alzheimer’s disease.
Tony Dyson, who built the beloved, beeping Star Wars robot R2-D2, has died at his home in Malta, police said Friday.
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Comedian Steve Harvey endorses Hillary Clinton but says he likes Trump’s “freshness.”
Comedian Steve Harvey joins a new tech startup as the “face of eggs.”
Jay-Z and Beyonce use it and Kayne West thinks it’s cool enough to put in his songs.
Leap Year comes around once every four years.
If you’re like most Americans receiving a refund from Uncle Sam this year, you’ll use it to pay down some existing debt.
Whether it’s an impromptu trip to the emergency room or an unanticipated repair bill, life’s little surprises can really do a number on your finances. However, with a well-built “what if?” fund, you should be able to take unexpected expenses in stride without disrupting your financial well-being.