Archive for January, 2016

A New Effort Seeks to Mitigate “Low Flow Shower” Misery

A New Effort Seeks to Mitigate “Low Flow Shower” Misery

Have you installed one of those low flow shower heads, only to have your coveted hot shower-time replaced by a disappointing experience? Low-flow heads save water, but they can reduce the stream of water to the point where the shower experience becomes a less than luxurious one. Fortunately, some heavy-hitters in the industry have teamed […]

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Magnetic Selfie Mount: Keeping Your Phone Where You Want It

Quick, what do you do with your Smartphone when you don’t have pockets, and don’t want to carry a pack or bag? This startup company thinks it has the answer: magnets. Cleveland-based startup Selfie-Z wanted to address the needs of active people (think runners) who either don’t have pockets, or don’t want their phone flopping […]

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Another Strong Jobs Report Buoys Optimism Going Into 2016

Another Strong Jobs Report Buoys Optimism Going Into 2016

The latest jobs report came in just before the weekend, and it’s a strong one. According to the government’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 292,000 in December and the unemployment rate was unchanged at 5%. This follows 252,000 jobs added November, showing that the predictions were correct, and job growth […]

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As Economy Improves, Customer Satisfaction Takes a Hit

As Economy Improves, Customer Satisfaction Takes a Hit

American consumers are feeling less satisfied with the level of customer service they are experiencing, a new study shows. This is happening despite – or perhaps because of – an improving economy. The University of Michigan’s latest American Customer Satisfaction Index showed that customer satisfaction was down across the board in 2015. According to ACSI […]

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Companies Are More Willing to Negotiate Perks than They Used to Be

Companies are fighting to keep their most talented people on board, and are more willing to negotiate perks in order to do so. A recent poll of chief financial officers by staffing firm Robert Half showed that finance chiefs have become used to negotiating perks such as health club memberships and extra vacation days. CFOs […]

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Car Sharing, Auto Refinancing, and Insurance: Ways to Cut Your Car Costs

  VICTORIA SIMONS & ELIZABETH RENTER January 12, 2016 Auto Loans, Finance, Loans Americans spend a bundle on their vehicles each year. To cut costs, some people drive less when gas prices are high and buy used when it’s time for a new ride, but there are more ways to save — even when your […]

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