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[Stat] Millennials leverage technology to reach lowest credit card debt levels since 1989
Technology january 19, 2016

Pay Off Student Loans, One Search at a Time

This search engine shares its ad revenue with students to help them pay back debt

Work november 27, 2013

Sponsored Volunteer Work Provides An Alternate Way To Pay Off Student Loans [Video]

New site offers a refreshing way to take the heavy weight of debt off young people's shoulders.

Luxury december 17, 2012

Startup Funds People Rather Than Businesses

A New York based company is helping pair together young, ambitious creatives with financial backers.

december 12, 2011

Bank Warns On Risks Of Euro Currency Breakup [Headlines]

JP Morgan estimates the likelihood of a euro zone breakup is less than 20%, the implications are significant enough to merit preemptive planning.

Home november 17, 2011

U.S. Postal Service Reports $5 Billion Loss [Headlines]

The government has been working on ways to rescue the ailing Postal Service, which reported a massive loss on Tuesday.

Luxury october 7, 2011

Germany May Buy Greeks' Sunshine [Headlines]

Greece is hoping that solar energy can help the country out of its debt crisis.

september 25, 2011

China's Chance To Be The West's Economic Savior [Headlines]

What can China do to stave off another economic downturn?

Sustainability august 22, 2011

Small German Village Creates $5.7m Industry On Renewable Energy [Headlines]

Few cities have been able to adapt renewable energy like the village of Wildpoldsried, Germany. Not only have they accomplished it debt-free, they've established a green industry that brings in $5.7m a year.

august 16, 2011

U.S. Debt Crisis Causes Government To Withdraw From Biodiesel Corn Farmers [Headlines]

American farmers who used to feel proud of growing corn for ethanol that was used to fuel the country are now feeling abandoned by the federal government as they withdraw subsidies in the midst of a debt crisis and criticism on biodiesel.

Work august 2, 2011

Monocolumn: Is Obama's Message Of Change Now One Of Compromise?

In today's column from luxury magazine, Monocle, we learn that as the United States reaches its debt limit, its Obama's slow-yielding attempts at turning around the recession that are being blamed.

Innovation may 18, 2011

Class Of 2011: The Most Indebted Of All Time

The average student re-paying loans this year will owe $22, 900.00 nearly double the amount of ten years ago.

Innovation april 25, 2011

The Emotional Impact Of Money

A test explores the link stress plays in our financial decisions.

Mobile march 11, 2011

Going Off Grid At The Field Lab

Man clears his debt and engages with the challenges of eking out existence in inhospitable terrain.

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