Category: Finance

Post
Sunniva Announces First Cannabis Product Sales in California

Sunniva Announces First Cannabis Product Sales in California

Sunniva, a North American provider of cannabis products and services, announced it has secured more than $2.4 million in future sales of Sunniva branded cannabis products through one of the Company’s existing retail relationships to be completed in the first four months of 2019. This marks Sunniva’s first cannabis product sales in the state of...

Post
6 Simple Rules For Saving Money

6 Simple Rules For Saving Money

If you’re not good at saving, it’s not your fault. Humans are hard-wired to focus on the present, so you have thousands of years of evolution to fight against. But there’s a way to win the fight. 1. Make it automatic. “The most important thing you can do right now,” says Beth Kobliner, author of...

Post
How to Document Your Personal Possessions in Case of Emergency

How to Document Your Personal Possessions in Case of Emergency

In the aftermath of a disaster that destroys your house, it can be all but impossible to think through everything you’ve lost. Fires, floods, hurricanes, damaged roofs—when you’re putting your life back together, you might not be thinking about how to catalogue your drawer of kitchen utensils for the insurance company. But you don’t want...

Post
How to Protect Yourself From the Giant Marriott Hack

How to Protect Yourself From the Giant Marriott Hack

jetcityimage/Getty Images Early Friday morning, the hotel behemoth Marriott announced a massive hack that impacts as many as 500 million customers who made a reservation at a Starwood hotel. Marriott acquired the Starwood hospitality group in September 2016, which operates numerous hotel brands including Sheraton, Westin, Aloft, and W Hotels. But the intrusion that caused...

Post
Tax Fraud Cases: What Happened Next? (Infographic)

Tax Fraud Cases: What Happened Next? (Infographic)

The tax authorities would acknowledge that most citizens are perfectly law-abiding. We know that we’re obliged to pay certain taxes and we ensure that they are paid in their entirety, with full disclosure, prior to the due date. However, there always seems to be a minority who do everything possible to flout the law and...

Post
How to Plan for Retirement as a “Solo Ager”

How to Plan for Retirement as a “Solo Ager”

Baby Boomers who are single and childless, known as “solo agers,” face unique retirement planning challenges that need to be addressed. Americans’ approach to aging has rapidly changed in recent years. This is the result of the aging Baby Boomer population, who are entering their 80s and 90s within the next few decades, and longer life expectancies....

Post
Why Jeff Bezos Is Saying Amazon Will Ultimately Fail

Why Jeff Bezos Is Saying Amazon Will Ultimately Fail

Jeff Bezos, the mastermind behind Amazon.com Inc.’s (AMZN) “everything store,” told employees last week that the company will one day fail, according to an internal meeting heard by CNBC. Lifespan of Large Companies About 30+ Years, Says Bezos At an all-hands meeting last Thursday in Seattle, an employee asked Bezos what lessons he had learned from the...

Post
You might find your next home on Amazon

You might find your next home on Amazon

Over the coming decades, housing will continue to be transformed from a product into a service. Just like we order an Uber or get noodles delivered to our doorstep without much human interaction, soon we’ll be able to rent, buy, or sell homes nearly instantly with an app. This will be a profound change for...

Post
Canada cannabis legalization: ‘We know the world is watching’

Canada cannabis legalization: ‘We know the world is watching’

For many Canadians, the idea of legal cannabis once seemed a pipe dream. But from 17 October, Canada will become the first G7 country to give recreational cannabis the green light. It’s following a trail first blazed by Uruguay in 2013. “It’s becoming a serious industry,” says one entrepreneur. Supporters say legalization will bring new...