Average New Car Ownership Term Nears Six-Years

The United States economy may be showing signs of improvement, but American drivers are holding on to their rides for longer than ever.

That trend should come as little surprise as the average vehicle age in the United States recently neared 11-years.



Apple supplier auditors send mixed messages about Foxconn

It’s been less than a week since Apple sent independent auditors to evaluate its third-party factories in China.

The auditors have publicly given hints about what they’re finding, but aren’t getting into specifics. On Friday they told Bloomberg they were finding “tons of issues” at Foxconn.


Five Leadership Mistakes Of The Galactic Empire

In running his Galactic Empire, Emperor Palpatine made five key leadership mistakes that led to his inevitable failure.

Here’s what you can learn from his bad example.


Congress OKs Medical Marijuana Everywhere With DC Rules: Attorney

If one prominent attorney is right about the legal ramifications of the District of Columbia’s marijuana law — specifically, that it was approved by the U.S.

Congress — then it could be a game-changer nationwide.


Telecom Rip-Off: The Hidden Fees in Your Wireless and Phone Bills

The telecom industry is squeezing more money out of customers without delivering any new or improved service.


Nissan Announces Social Media Driven “Project 370Z”

We’re here at day two of the Chicago Auto Show, also now known as “Social Media Day,” and Nissan has just announced what it is calling “Project 370Z.”


Core video games crash in January by 34 percent as free games take their toll

Video game sales crashed 34 percent in January, with total industry sales falling 34 percent to $750.6 million from $1.14 billion a year ago, according to market researcher NPD Group.

The lousy performance of video game sales in physical retail stores masks whats really happening as the industry transforms to digital sales, which arent captured in the retail numbers. Gamers are shifting their purchases to online, social, and mobile forms of


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