Risk and reward are opposite sides of the coin. Whenever you earn higher interest rates, you’re taking on more risk. Here’s how to evaluate those risks.
If ever a type of medication could be called miracle drugs, statins fit the bill. These cholesterol-lowering powerhouses lower total cholesterol and LDL levels, which, in at-risk patients, significantly reduces the risk of heart attack and stroke.
Under the “Healthy People 2020” initiative unveiled in December, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services outlined goals and priorities for health promotion and disease prevention in the next 10 years, and the actions it plans to take to meet those goals.
Now’s a good time for small businesses to renew their relationship with banks, or start one, small-business advocates say. There are several reasons why.
Now’s a good time for small businesses to renew their relationship with banks, or start one, small-business advocates say. They cite several reasons why:
With thousands of commercial banks to choose from, many of them conveniently located, how does a small-business owner know which one is right for his company?
The year 2010 did not go according to plan.
Having prevented a depression in 2008 and with a strong rebound in 2009, policymakers expected the global economy to see sustained growth in 2010. That never happened. Recent data show a slowing global recovery.
General Motors’ 2011 Buick Regal is a lightly reworked, front-wheel-drive, midsize sedan based on the European Opel Insignia. For North America, Regal was benchmarked against the Acura TSX, and it also will compete with the Mazda6, Volvo S60 and Volkswagen Passat.
With visions of a U.S. auto industry that is innovative, competitive and far less dependent on oil, the Obama administration has pumped more than $12 billion to date into vehicle technologies, speeding up innovation in electric-drive, advanced combustion, sustainable biofuels, natural gas and fuel cells.
In today’s tumultuous economic environment, when survival is paramount, it is difficult for businesses to argue that a specific function, program or initiative should be considered “sacred” and left untouched.