Monday , 20 October 2014
Breaking News

Business

“Rolling Jubilee” Project Helped Eliminate $4 Million Student Debt Loans

Many families have been very happy with Occupy Wall Street‘s “Rolling Jubilee” project which have helped slash of at least 4 million dollars in student loan. The said project bought unpaid student loans that amounts to 4 million dollars. The move was able to remove burden of 3,000 students. Corinthian Colleges were the target of the group.   The group, ... Read More »

Uber Users Not Satisfied With Navigation Services

Uber customers have always been happy with the service they are being provided but a portion of customers, mostly Uber riders, have been complaining about the very confusing navigation process.   After Uber received the complaints, they rolled out a new in-app navigation feature which let users state their destination before going inside the car and provide turn-by-turn directions but ... Read More »

Olive Garden Will Provide Food For Members Of Kids’ Clubs

Olive Garden has built a strong relationship with Boys and Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) and as part of their on-going partnership, the company will be providing their special deliver service to kick off their annual Never Ending Pasta Bowl promotion.   Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Flint members will be receiving a special meal courtesy of Olive Garden ... Read More »

Jobless Rate In San Bernardino Decreased

Officials from the California Employment Development Department recently released updated information regarding the unemployment rate in San Bernardino County. According to EDD, the August jobless rate is at 8.2 percent. It was 9.0 percent during July. Various businesses have bloomed and stepped up in hiring people from the counties.   Meanwhile in Riverside County, unemployment rate is at 9.2 percent. ... Read More »

Coca-Cola Will Buy Stake In Monster Beverage Corp.

Representative of Coca-Cola company released a statement Thursday that the company will be buying 16.7 percent stake on Monster Beverage.   It has been reported that the cost will amount $2.15 billion and that Coca-Cola is looking forward in becoming a part of the famous energy drinks trend nowadays. The company also said that they will be deploying two directors ... Read More »

FedEx Faces New Money Laundering Charges Over Online Pharmacy Case

FedEx Corp faces a new charge of conspiring to launder money in connection with its prescription-drug case on drug deliveries for online pharmacies despite warnings from law enforcement agencies. The latest indictment filed on Friday said FedEx accepted payment from several online pharmacies when it knew that its revenue is coming from invalid prescriptions. Last month, the company was first ... Read More »

1962 Ferrari Model Sold For A Whopping $38 Million

On Thursday, an old model of a Ferrari was crowned as the highest selling price in the category of cars as it flawlessly beat a 1954 Mercedes-Benx W196 F1 Racer which went up for auction last year and was sold for $30 million.   The said car was a 1962 model of Ferrari 250 GTO Berlinetta. ¬†According to a report, ... Read More »

Candy Crush Stock Drops Unhappy Investors

New reports are out from King Digital Entertainment the game creator of Candy Crush, and financially the game of sugar is a bit sour. According to Wall Street, the game generated less revenue than King Digital had thought as less players have signed up. A a result the forecast for the company is grim for the remainder of 2014.   ... Read More »

Unemployment Benefits Help Prevent Foreclosures

With the growing number of people who are having trouble finding their bread and butter, unemployment insurance definitely plays a big role with regards to their financial survival which revolves from paying bills, groceries to mortgages.   Based on a recent study conducted by the National Bureau of Economic Research, it has been discovered that those states who have expanded ... Read More »

Donald Trump Sue Atlantic City Casinos To Get His Name Off the Buildings

Real estate mogul Donald Trump sues on Tuesday two Atlantic City casinos in New Jersey that still bear his name. Trump filed a lawsuit against Trump Entertainment Resorts demanding his name be stripped off in its two remaining buildings. Trump Entertainment Resorts, a descendant of a corporate entity Trump once controlled. Trump said the company has allowed the Trump Plaza ... Read More »