*the sound of coins falling into your bank account*
Because it costs an average of $1,700 to be a bridesmaid, and that is insane.
Is the IRS trying to take all of your money? Here’s how to take some of it back!
Does college prepare you for the real world?
“I’m never drinking again.”
You use contactless because you’re not brave enough to take out anything more than £10 at the cash machine.
The group has taken in millions in revenue this year. But the Islamic State would need at least a billion more to provide much-needed services to its territory, Treasury Undersecretary for Terrorism David S. Cohen said.
All about the Benjamin. Singular.
In the aftermath of two air disasters in less than six months, Malaysia Airlines is in serious financial trouble and the end may be nigh.
The classifieds section of the Bloomberg terminal, which costs more than $20,000 a year, is called POSH. Aptly named.
Why does the balance sheet never balance?
This is pretty dehumanizing.
Plus Amy Poehler stole Seth Meyers’s credit card, an easy infographic to make sure you’re running properly, and the final mock draft before the 2014 NFL Draft begins tonight.
“I’m gonna make as much money as I can, and spend it on money.”
Plus 6 tricks to make someone tell the truth, a 9-minute recap of all 3 seasons of “Game of Thrones,” and a defense of Gwyneth Paltrow.
HSBC wrote a March research note titled “Rise of the Yummy,” which stands for “young, urban, male.” What they mean is that luxury brands are poised to benefit from younger customers, urbanization, and more spending from men.
Make money money money, make money.
A million dollars isn’t cool.
Davos proves an uncomfortable place for women, who make up a scant 15% of the World Economic Forum’s attendees. “You have advantages.”
Plus the grooming secrets of 5 real-life Patrick Batemans, 9 of the weirdest items astronauts have taken to space, and the quiz that tells you what kind of Girls critic you are.
What in the world is the stock market? Here are your 10 most basic finance questions, answered.
Plus kids in the most adorable Breaking Bad costumes, a baby delivered by a McDonald’s staff, and 10 urban legends about movies explained.
The courtship of startups by venture capital firms is the greatest love story of our time.
BuzzFeed conducted a highly unscientific, informal survey in the bars of Stone Street to find out what goes on in a finance bro’s heart. Based on a random sample of fellows from Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, and Goldman Sachs, we found that for the bros of Wall Street, the line between feeling objectified and doing the objectifying is blurry.
Phil Kent, the longtime head of Turner Broadcasting, announced Wednesday that he was leaving the company, to be replaced by John Martin, the current chief financial officer of Time Warner. The elevation of Martin puts another business, rather than creative, executive in charge of a Time Warner division.
A helpful guide to Wall Street relationships.
Did I say “intern”? I meant
Wall Street’s little bitch summer analyst.
It looks like talking about the fiscal cliff every ten minutes is starting to take its toll over at CNBC
“Businesses run better when women are treated equally, when women are on the board of directors, when women are involved in startups… You can’t really picture an America where the economy recovers while 50 percent of its citizens aren’t treated equally.”
Facebook’s IPO taught us one thing: In the financial war against machines, we don’t stand a chance.