Too many feels.
Too many feels.
Great, another toaster.
Apparently it was an act of protest.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Carl Icahn took a big $1 billon stake on Apple. He may end up winning even if he fails to get the company to increase its dividend or share buyback program.
Apple CEO Tim Cook and members of Congress engaged in a feisty exchange about the company’s practice of keeping most of its cash parked overseas. It’s legal, but we don’t like it.
Most of Apple’s $145 billion in cash is parked overseas, so issuing debt allows the company to avoid the tax hit that money would be subject to if brought back to the U.S.
There’s a fiscal crisis looming, you say? No bother. These things are LITERALLY made of money.
There are no words.
You love your pooch, we know you do. But guess what, other people do, too. And that’s why you should rent him out.
Poker nights at the Stevenson’s must get pretty expensive quick. Do you think he has to pay a surcharge?
I hope to experience the same satisfaction of paying off my loans too someday (in about 114 more payments).
If you’re not this guy, then you’re doing the whole big brother thing wrong.
The Obama administration plans to end the popular $3 billion Cash for Clunkers program on Monday, giving car shoppers a few more days to take advantage of big government incentives.
The “Cash for Clunkers” bill, which would have paid people for their old cars in an effort to get people off the road, and purchasing new cars, has had it’s share of problems, but now it is facing a filibuster and will probably be killed.
As part of the stimulus and environmental package, the governement is offering cash for old gas-guzzling cars. Today, however, they reworked the list of eligible cars for the program, disqualifying many who may have been eligible before.