James Asquith travels 2000 flights for meals on airplanes

A man has traveled four million miles around the globe on 2,000 flights, visiting every country in the world and documenting his airplane meals as he goes. James Asquith, 33, London, has been traveling for 15 years and takes to social media to review his various in-flight holidays. James has been able to put his … Read more

Facebook Marketplace will no longer allow businesses to list cars

picture: Jim Watson/AFP (Getty Images) Searching for a used car on Facebook Marketplace might seem a little less sketchy on the surface than, say, using Craigslist, but those who want to definitely have ways to game the system. It’s not terribly uncommon for sellers to list copycat cars for sale, often at absurdly low prices … Read more

The role of digital in the uncertain life market

COVID-19 led to a boost in the purchase of life insurance products in 2021, according to an article by Deloitte. Many Americans experienced financial hardship as a result of the pandemic and, along with fears of the outbreak and potential fatality, activity in the life insurance market increased significantly. Despite this increase in the adoption … Read more

Why some Hyundai and Kia cars are easy prey for car thieves

Some Hyundai and Kia cars and SUVs lack an anti-theft “key” device, making them an easy target for car thieves. An insurance industry group says these cars are stolen at nearly twice the rate of the rest of the auto industry because their engines lack “immobilizer” systems, which is an electronic safety device that prevents … Read more

Thieves’ key to the hack that leaves Hyundai, Kia cars vulnerable

DETROIT — Some Hyundai and Kia cars and SUVs lack an anti-theft “key” device, and thieves know it. An insurance industry group says these cars are stolen at nearly twice the rate of the rest of the auto industry because their keys lack computer chips for anti-theft “immobilizer” systems. The thefts apparently started in the … Read more

Why deleting something from the internet is ‘almost impossible’

CNN Business – Most people can live their digital lives with the assumption that they can delete posts, messages and personal data from services whenever they choose. But a technology hearing this week called that core assumption into question. Peiter “Mudge” Zatko, Twitter’s former security chief, told a Senate committee on Tuesday that the social … Read more

This game-changing investment app will help you build long-term wealth and satisfy your ‘voyeuristic’ urge to see where other people put their money

Women are better investors than men, a 2021 Fidelity study found. However, some estimates suggest that only 26% of women have invested in the stock market, a staggering statistic alongside the persistent gender pay gap, which has remained stable in 2020 and is expected to expand in the wake of the pandemic. Courtesy of the … Read more

‘4 Businesses You Can Start for $99 or Less’

In 2014, I graduated college with a huge wave of medical school rejections. In search of a new career plan, I spent the next few years making money any way I could – modeling, tutoring and even working as a real estate agent. But in 2018, I started posting personal finance videos on YouTube. It … Read more

Verified public health professionals on Twitter are mostly men

On Twitter, many users want the “blue check,” the official seal of verification given by the company that “lets people know that a public interest account is authentic.” That way, users can tell the difference between an actual politician’s account and a parody account (perhaps sometimes hard to tell these days). Doctors are one group … Read more