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Jack Markowitz Columns

Markowitz: It never hurts to brace for days of reckoning

By Jack Markowitz
Let’s have a little respect for doomsday, please. Give it a place in your thinking. The stock market might fall and the oceans rise. Iran may get the Bomb. Out of control immigration, as Sen. Jeff Sessions, R. Ala., wrote ...

John Browne Columns

John Browne: Economy destination unknown

By John Browne
The stock market selloff Friday belies the recent optimism from investors and the stellar performance of equities. Despite the pullback, some investors are viewing the market’s flirtations with new highs as an indication the economy is back on track. But they ...

Chris Posti Columns

Chris Posti: Expectations about nonprofits vs. realities

By Chris Posti
If you are stressed out, burned out, or just plain unhappy in your current job at a for-profit employer, have you ever fantasized about working for a nonprofit organization? Are you energized when you think about working toward an altruistic ...

John Dorfman Columns

Dorfman: Naive cheapskate concept can yield profits quietly

By John Dorfman 12:01 a.m.
What would happen if you bought the cheapest stock in each of the 10 sectors of the market, and held it for one to three years? Mostly, good things. Seven times since April 2002, I have constructed hypothetical portfolios using that ...

Kim Komando Columns

10 killer apps you shouldn’t live without

By Kim Komando
When you hop into Apple or Google’s app stores on your smartphone or tablet and literally have more than a million apps enticing you, it’s easy to get quickly overwhelmed. Of course, there are countless options for the boring staples ...

Andrea Kay Columns

Kay: It’s never too late to find your voice

By Andrea Kay
Editor’s note: This is Andrea Kay’s last column. I had an audacious idea in 1987. Out of all the billions of people on planet Earth, I decided that I would be the one to have my very own ...