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America’s 2.5 million temporary, or contingent, workers — a growing but mostly invisible group of laborers who often toil in the least desirable, most dangerous jobs — are hurt more frequently than permanent employees, new research shows. Continue reading
Americans spent more on autos, electronics and building supplies in November, and shopped more frequently online. Continue reading
Canadians continue to use their smartphones frequently, but the amount of time they spend on such devices has declined, indicating the novelty might have worn off, according to a study on the mobile market in Canada. Continue reading
Foreign takeovers of prominent Canadian companies such as today’s news about oil and gas producer Nexen Inc. make headlines when they are proposed. Continue reading
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico, a country long synonymous with vote-rigging, is better equipped than ever to prevent fraud in Sunday’s national elections, according to experts, but voters still have grave doubts. The Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) will oversee the presidential vote that polls suggest will be won by the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), whose frequently tainted elections helped it maintain power from 1929 to 2000. … Continue reading
It was Sandy’s idea to become foster parents, something she had wanted to do since she was a child in Calif. Continue reading
Americans took out more loans to buy cars and attend school in February but used their credit cards less frequently for the second straight month. Continue reading
Has the Economic Downturn Made Us a Nation with ‘Current Account OCD’ (Obsessive Checking Disorder)?
SURREY, UNITED KINGDOM–(Marketwire – March 16, 2012) – According to recent research by first direct , 39% of the UK population check their current account more frequently now than they did before the downturn. The survey revealed that 20% review their balance at least once a day and amazingly, over 470,000 sneak a peek almost hourly! However, on average, people leave nearly 8 days between viewing their account balance. Continue reading