For several months now, even the most hard-luck investors have had a decent run on Wall Street. Yet one accomplished moneyman is still waiting for good news: a rumpled 78-year-old Omaha, Neb. resident named Warren Buffett.
The Bernie Madoff affair reached its sad conclusion this summer with the disgraced financier’s sentence of 150 years, the maximum possible. If there is another, more sympathetic, side to his appalling saga, it remains to be told.
Can you, a newly minted entrepreneur, get a jump on the competition by self-publishing a book? Yes, you can! Or so claims Stacey Hanke, consultant and author of the self-published how-to book “Yes You Can!”
The overseas surgery industry, once a slightly scary medical niche, has taken off to a remarkable degree, its rise fueled by the continued rise in health care costs and by an economy that is creating an army of underinsured Americans looking for bargains.
Unlike its rivals, which sell printers at a loss and make huge profits on the ink, the photo giant has been marketing its ESP printer line with an appealingly contrarian pitch: a fairly priced printer that takes cheap ink.
This year, a record wave of recession-struck families are expected to drive, rather than fly, on their summer vacation. But they won’t be in the wagons of yore or even the minivans and SUVs of the gas-guzzling era.