• Rental Companies Cash In on Luxury Market
  • The writer is dead, long live his books!

Can crime reduction save Camden?

One of New Jersey’s most notoriously dangerous cities is looking to clean up its image. In May 2013, Camden’s 141-year-old police force came under county control and was revamped in a bid to make one of the most crime-ridden U.S. cities safer. That appears to already be working. In the […]

Post-Grad Doom? Some Graduates Are Smiling

College Jobs—Enterprise Post-Grad Doom? Some Grads Are Smiling By Patrick Gillespie Rohan Mohanty will leave the college life in two weeks. He’ll listen to Vice President Joe Biden’s commencement address at the University of Delaware, and few days later, he won’t dread his post-grad life. He’ll start his job as […]

Rental Companies Cash In on Luxury Market

The rental market and car clubs appeals to the driver who want to drive exotic cars once in a while without footing the bill to purchase and maintain them. And, people who are on a budget can still enjoy the thrill of cruising in the latest Chevrolet Corvette or Lamborghini.

The writer is dead, long live his books!

New York- One of the best ways for a well-known writer to sell more books isn’t to go on more talk shows or do a signing at a book fair. Those may be the best tactics for writers still in the middle of their creative careers. But for a writer […]

Post-Financial Crisis, Millennials Are Still Seduced By Big Banks and Big Money

1,089 Words May 18, 2014 By Rebecca Harris Mike Bergin thought he was ready for life as a first-year analyst at Morgan Stanley, but he soon found out that nothing can quite prepare you for the 100-hour-plus workweeks, the constant berating from your superiors and the lack of sleep. “I […]

 

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Can crime reduction save Camden?

One of New Jersey’s most notoriously dangerous cities is looking to clean up its image. In May 2013, Camden’s 141-year-old police force came under county control and was revamped in a bid to make one of the most crime-ridden U.S....

 

Post-Grad Doom? Some Graduates Are Smiling

College Jobs—Enterprise Post-Grad Doom? Some Grads Are Smiling By Patrick Gillespie Rohan Mohanty will leave the college life in two weeks. He’ll listen to Vice President Joe Biden’s commencement address at the University of Delaware,...

 

Rental Companies Cash In on Luxury Market

Rental Companies Cash In on Luxury Market

In a sign of just how hot the luxury auto market has become, car rental companies are cashing in on the thriving segment by adding more exotic vehicles to their fleets. Rental companies began offering more luxury vehicles and car clubs featuring...

 

The writer is dead, long live his books!

The writer is dead, long live his books!

New York- One of the best ways for a well-known writer to sell more books isn’t to go on more talk shows or do a signing at a book fair. Those may be the best tactics for writers still in the middle of their creative careers. But for a writer...

 

Post-Financial Crisis, Millennials Are Still Seduced By Big Banks and Big Money

1,089 Words May 18, 2014 By Rebecca Harris Mike Bergin thought he was ready for life as a first-year analyst at Morgan Stanley, but he soon found out that nothing can quite prepare you for the 100-hour-plus workweeks, the constant berating from...

 

U.S. Job Growth Surges, but Long-Term Unemployed Remains High

The labor market appears to be rebounding from sluggish economic activity in the first quarter. U.S job growth increased at its fastest pace in two years in April, but the surge hasn’t helped the long-term unemployed. In April, the economy...

 

April Auto Sales Looking Solid Amid Improved Economic Growth

U.S. auto sales are on track to rise in April. And not just because of warmer weather. Consumer confidence is up and so are employment numbers. Sales are expected to rise 8 percent compared to a year ago. Economists polled recently by Bloomberg...

 

The Cassette Tape Underground Resurgence

The Cassette Tape Underground Resurgence

Brooklyn, NEW YORK- Last September, the first international Cassette Store Day was held to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of this technology. In New York City, obscure labels released cassettes of obscure bands in small numbers to celebrate...

 

Retail Sales Expected to Rebound but not Make Up for Winter Slump

As warmer weather approaches, economists are expecting retail sales to rebound. Yet, experts predict that next Monday’s advanced retail sales report, released by the Census Bureau and the Department of Commerce, will not show that March’s...

 

Auto Sales Spring Forward

Auto Sales Spring Forward

Auto sales picked up speed in March after winter’s deep freeze. Industry sales far outpaced analysts’ expectations. The 16.3 million units easily topped the 15.8 million annualized sales rate that was forecasted. Total vehicle sales rose...