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Dangerous Brain Flaws

Given the exorbitant interest rates charged by most credit card companies – like 25 percent or more – it’s surprising more people haven’t cut up their cards. And yet, in 2006, consumers spent more than seventeen billion dollars in penalty fees alone on their credit cards. Since 2002, Americans have had a negative savings rate, […]
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The Drive to Achieve and Executive Pay

As far back as 1993, federal securities regulators forced companies for the first time to reveal details about the pay and perks of their top executives. The reasoning was that once pay was out in the open, boards would be more cautious about outrageous salaries and benefits. They were trying to stop the tide of […]
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