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Cash Flow Fears, Cycles of Tech, and A Barrage of 85 Strikes

By February 3, 2024No Comments

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Joke of the Day: Why wouldn’t the shrimp share his treasure?

He’s a little shellfish.

Keeping up with America

U.S. warplanes unleashed a barrage of 85 strikes Friday against Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Force targets and associated militias in Iraq and Syria linked to Sunday’s attack on American forces in Jordan that killed three soldiers, according the Pentagon.

Nearly half of Hispanic adults are using TikTok, according to recent Pew survey: TikTok’s popularity among Latinos coincides with the platform’s user base growth over the past two years, according to the survey published Wednesday.

Daily life largely returned to normal for most of the nearly 5,000 residents of East Palestine, Ohio, months after a Norfolk Southern train derailed and spilled a cocktail of hazardous chemicals that caught fire a year ago, but the worries and fears are always there.

LA police arrest two people in spate of graffiti across 30 floors of skyscraper: Tagging stretches across a large portion of a $1bn unfinished project across from venue of Grammy awards on Sunday.

Some ‘Rust’ crew members expressed concern over armorer’s alleged drug and alcohol use: Court doc Hannah Gutierrez faces involuntary manslaughter over the on-set shooting.

Around the World

UN top court can rule on Ukraine case against Russia: The UN’s top court has said it has jurisdiction to hear a case brought against Russia by Ukraine.

India begins to flex its naval power as competition with China grows: For decades, India has focused its defense policy on its land borders with rivals Pakistan and China.

Lets Talk Business and Tech

How to Handle Your Cash Flow Fears: There’s a better, more sustainable way to run our businesses.

The feast and famine cycle of tech

The 3 Best Artificial Intelligence Stocks to Invest In for Big Gains in 2024

Richer, Wiser, Happier

How to Plan a Great Spring Break on a Budget: If you’re planning a trip for spring break during college, consider these tips to stick to your budget and also have a good time.

Here’s how much money you need to be happy, according to a financial therapist | David Landsel, NY Post. Popular research — now debunked, it seems — has dictated that the average person needs no more than $75,000 a year (slightly adjusted, for recent inflation reasons, of course) to be happy. Having more than that, we’ve been told many times, isn’t necessarily a good thing. Except that some experts say isn’t necessarily true.

The Rise of the Finfluencers — Can You Trust Their Advice? Finfluencers — social media stars who make finance fun — are on the rise.

 Life Hacks to Hack Your Life

What to Buy In February—Plus What You Should Probably Skip

Experience the Joy of Growing Your Own Fruit Trees for Better Health

Here’s How Many Days a Week You Need to Exercise for Results

Eating seafood: risks vs. benefits

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