Student loan debt is in the trillions, and so some students have turned to more extreme earning strategies. One of these is renting out ones face for advertising. Several companies are now trying to help a broader group of students, though.
“Cride prices have fallen for a few reasons, but the biggest is Iran’s decision to negotiate over its nuclear program.”
CNN Money’s article on why gas prices may be starting a prolonged decline, which will help to “provide a tail wind for the economy.”
This is an very (I feel) accurate list of the most investive minds of our day. The link to CNNMoney is listed below.
Apple finally anounced plans for a large part of the $97.6 billion that it has aqquired from hardware sales. Apple will buy back $10 billion of its own stock over the next three years, as well as disbersing $2.65 per share sometime in the fiscal fourth quarter.
“We have used some of our cash to make great investments in our business through increased research and development, acquisitions, new retail store openings, strategic prepayments and capital expenditures in our supply chain, and building out our infrastructure,” Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, said in a prepared statement.
The Federal Jobs Report was just released for February. The economy added 227,000 jobs this month, which was slightly less than the 284,000 jobs created in the last. Unemployment, though, stayed at the expected 8.3 %.
This is an awesome site set up by CNN that shows a lot of information concerning the economies of the Eurozone in the current crisis. Simply select the data set you would like to see at the bottom of the map, and then move your cursor over a countries blue box to get its specific information.
Creditors have finally agreed to a plan that will restructure government bonds. Called Private Sector Involvement, it means Greek bond holders could face losses of 75%. More than 85% of private bondholders agreed to the deal, and European finance officials could approve Greece’s bailout as early as friday.