If Bank of America closes your local branch so what to do?

Bank of America

As the holiday season approaches, more branches of Bank of America are shutting their doors. Interestingly, last year’s trends indicated that a whopping 78% of adults in the US prefer handling their banking needs digitally rather than visiting a physical branch. If your local Bank of America branch happens to be one of those closing … Read more

Milei abandons dollarization as central bank pick declines


Argentina’s president-elect, Javier Milei, known for his libertarian stance, faces a setback as Emilio Ocampo, the intended leader for the country’s central bank, declines the position due to policy differences. Ocampo, a proponent of abandoning the Argentine peso in favor of the US dollar, had been working on a plan to implement this strategy. Milei, … Read more

A family-owned turkey farm in Wyckoff has sold 9,000 turkeys just in time for Thanksgiving


Thanksgiving Eve is a big deal for the Goffle Road Poultry Farm in Wyckoff, New Jersey – they compare it to the Super Bowl. This family-owned farm has been a go-to spot for turkeys since 1928, serving thousands of families across the state. For many, visiting the farm has become a cherished tradition. A a … Read more

Honda’s 2023 recall involves engine issues in models like Pilot, Ridgeline, Odyssey, Acura


According to CNN Honda is calling back nearly 250,000 vehicles because of a goof-up in manufacturing that could mess up the engines. Better get that checked out! So, here’s the deal: Honda just issued a recall notice because of a glitch in the engines of certain Acura and Honda models. Apparently, there’s an issue with … Read more

Over 55 million Americans are gearing up to hit the road for Thanksgiving


This Thanksgiving, a whopping 55.4 million folks are gearing up for travel adventures, a 2.3% increase from last year, making it the third-highest travel season since AAA started keeping tabs in 2000. Paula Twidale, Senior VP of AAA Travel, shared, “Thanksgiving and travel are like a dynamic duo for many Americans. This year, the urge … Read more

India and Australia might turn into dumping grounds for old, polluting cars amid the global shift to electric vehicles


As more countries like China, Europe, and North America move away from traditional gas-powered cars to embrace electric vehicles, a potential issue is brewing. According to a report from the London-based think-tank Carbon Tracker, nations slow to adopt EVs might find themselves stuck with a surplus of older gasoline cars if they don’t pick up … Read more

Remote Work Revolution: 44% Ready to Change Jobs for Better Work-Life Balance

Remote work

In the latest National Remote Working Survey, a staggering 44% of respondents expressed a willingness to change jobs, even if it means taking a pay cut, just to ensure their remote working preferences are met. This marks a notable increase from last year’s study, where 30% of participants shared a similar sentiment. Reported, 55% of … Read more

Estimated 2.5 million jobs expected in festive season

Job creation festive season

BetterPlace’s Festive Season Insight predicts a 72% increase in demand for frontline workers during FY24 compared to FY23. Pravin Agarwala, Co-founder and Group CEO at BetterPlace, highlights a shift in the workforce landscape in India. The current challenge lies not in a demand-supply gap but in a skill-demand gap. While the demand for frontline workers, … Read more

There’s a bit of a buzz around the potential U.S. government shutdown next week,the markets aren’t paying enough attention to the risk

government shutdown

As of Tuesday, the folks in the U.S. House of Representatives haven’t quite figured out how to keep federal agencies running, and the deadline on November 17th is creeping up. The Senate is also stuck in a bit of a jam, with calls for a temporary fix to avoid a shutdown. DiMartino Booth thinks the … Read more