It’s been a minute since we discussed the financial blunders of the world, but join us this week to discuss fashion, the cost of kids and the Super Bowl halftime show. We’ll also catch up and talk about what you’ve done this summer.
This week in financial blunders, we go international and look at world sports and transportation. Have you heard of Uber? Well then we’ve got a story for you. Are you watching the World Cup? Well then we’ve got a story that is all-too sobering.
The Detroit Institute of Arts received a donation of $26 million from the “Big Three” automotive companies in Detroit so the museum could get closer to its $100 million goal in Detroit’s Grand Bargain.
Father’s Day is always forgotten in the post-Mother’s day warm weather, so make an effort this year. Read our guide help your dad get an awesome gift this year, and not one of the many clichés Father’s Day presents.
This week in financial blunders we examine the struggling Crimean economy and a disgraced mayor. Sounds stressful, so pour yourself a glass of whiskey with it – OH NO I FORGOT THERE’S A WHISKEY SHORTAGE!
We’re entering TV season finale point of the year, and everyone is on edge about it. Reading This Week in Financial Blunders will emotionally prepare you for the big twists and turns from you favorite shows.
Whether you’re a college student or a massive tech company, we all fall victim to the same financial issues. Read more in This Week in Financial Blunders.
What do U.S. sanctions on Russia, Whole Foods’ dropping stock and yours truly buying a hash brown all have in common? Read This Week in Financial Blunders (or read the title of the blog) to find out!
For this edition of this week in financial blunders, we take a look at the eccentric side of the financial world from last week. If the plot of poltergeist or if you want to know the best country for cheap income taxes, read on!
This week in financial blunders we take a look at some sobering reports on the American Economy; they’ll make you want to hide somewhere far away, like to top of Mount Everest. Wait, don’t go there – our second story focuses on the financial troubles around cancelled climbing expeditions.