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Video Game Industry’s Revenue Set for Another Record-Breaking YearBlog

Video Game Industry’s Revenue Set for Another Record-Breaking Year

“Video games are bad for you? That's what they said about rock ‘n’ roll.”  - Shigeru Miyamoto, Nintendo Some call
Android Market Share: The Fight for Mobile LeadershipBlog

Android Market Share: The Fight for Mobile Leadership

It’s been more than a decade since Google introduced Android, the Linux-based open-source operating system for mobile devices. Android market
Smartphone Market Share: Past, Present and FutureBlog

Smartphone Market Share: Past, Present and Future

The smartphone as we know it was born on January 9, 2007. That’s the day Apple’s Steve Jobs took the
Spend Less, Save More: The World’s Best Budgeting AppsBlog

Spend Less, Save More: The World’s Best Budgeting Apps

You know what budgeting is like? It’s like dieting. You want to lose a little weight or cut down on
Smart Investments: Household Saving Rates and Tips to Help You Plan for Your FutureBlog

Smart Investments: Household Saving Rates and Tips to Help You Plan for Your Future

Although we’re still feeling the effects of the Great Recession today, unemployment rates across the USA are low, and the
The Average Cost of a Vacation: Getting Your Money’s WorthBlog

The Average Cost of a Vacation: Getting Your Money’s Worth

As you’re toiling away through your working week, the only thing that keeps you going is the promise of a
Trouble in the Tropics: Brazil Economy OverviewBlog

Trouble in the Tropics: Brazil Economy Overview

An IMF report published in May 2019 found the recovery of the Brazillian economy remains “sluggish” after the devastating recession
Who Owns the US Debt?Blog

Who Owns the US Debt?

The short answer: A big chunk of it is held by the US government itself. The rest is held by
Average American Debt: In Over Our HeadsBlog

Average American Debt: In Over Our Heads

Living with debt has become perfectly normal. Payments are customary parts of our budgets and the reality of owing money
George Soros and the Bank of England: A Huge Gamble That Paid OffBlog

George Soros and the Bank of England: A Huge Gamble That Paid Off

“Go for the jugular.”  On September 15, 1992, George Soros looked at his associate, Stan Druckenmiller, and calmly told him
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