I don't ask a lot of questions. I demand a lot of answers. I'm the Money editor at Reuters and host of Money Clip. Any views expressed are my own.

The Permanent Effect of George W. Bush

tuenight.com — In the spring of 2001, I was summoned to our nation's capital to meet with George Walker Bush, the 43 rd president of the United States. I had written a cover story about the president's tax plan for SmartMoney magazine, which is now, sadly, defunct.

A Computer That Can Sniff Out Septic Shock

spectrum.ieee.org — Dr. David Hagar treats dozens of patients each day at the intensive care unit at John Hopkins Hospital in Maryland. One of his patients was almost perfectly healthy except for having low blood pressure. Within four hours, the patient died of septic shock.

Telecom Experts Plot a Path to 5G

spectrum.ieee.org — Even before the 4G technology your smartphone uses was rolled out in earnest, telecommunications experts were dreaming of the next generation: 5G. But what 5G will do and how it will do it have remained pretty nebulous. "5G is a plethora of technologies that people are trying to bring together.

Concentrator Photovoltaics: The Next Step Towards Better Solar Power

spectrum.ieee.org — Today's concentrator photovoltaic (CPV) technologies have shown promising potential for more efficient solar power. The latest systems are said to be capable of handling the power of a hundred suns. Yet prototypes have failed to compete with cheaper flat panel solar systems that dominate the market. The U.S.

Why Black Investors Are Switching From Real Estate to Stocks

time.com — More Why LinkedIn's Stock Is Down 40% Today The U.S. Economy Slowed Sharply in Final Months of 2015 Amazon Shares Plummet After Earnings Disappoint Burned by the housing bust of 2008, more black Americans are tying up their wealth in the U.S. equity market through workplace retirement plans, experts say.

Hotel travellers gripe as mandatory resort fees rise

theglobeandmail.com — Travel expert Tim Winship considers himself a budget-conscious travel expert, but even this editor-at-large of SmarterTravel.com was blind-sided by a mandatory resort fee. The Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas is charging him a resort fee of nearly $30 (U.S.) a day for an upcoming family reunion, something he noticed only in the last stage of booking through a travel website.
Feb 04, 2016

Critics say #hotel resort fees out of control. Often $30 US a day for little return. Asking US govt. to investigate. theglobeandmail.com/report-on-busi…

U.S. black investors shifting from real estate to stocks

reuters.com — NEW YORK Burned by the housing bust of 2008, more black Americans are tying up their wealth in the U.S. equity market through workplace retirement plans, experts say.
Feb 02, 2016

I wrote this, so you should read it: reut.rs/23HRRRz New @ArielFunds data on black investors boosting stock allocations

Feb 03, 2016

RT @ReutersMoney: Black investors shift from real estate to stocks, thanks to retirement plans reut.rs/1UHfkfz @LaurenYoung pic.twitter.com/ITusf6JDjq

Feb 04, 2016

% of blacks citing real estate as "best investment overall" was 37% in 2015, down from 61% in 2004 reut.rs/23HRRRz @ArielFunds

Feb 05, 2016

Home ownership among blacks dropped to 41.9% in 2015 from 49% in 2004 reut.rs/23HRRRz Stock holdings rise pic.twitter.com/vCub8GYbni

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YOUR MONEY-U.S. black investors shifting from real estate to stocks

reuters.com — NEW YORK Feb 2 Burned by the housing bust of 2008, more black Americans are tying up their wealth in the U.S. equity market through workplace retirement plans, experts say.

Telemedicine a Growing Everyday Reality

medpagetoday.com — On a Sunday evening, New York City physician Mack Lipkin's cell phone buzzed with a new photo message from one of his patients. The woman, who was at her home in the borough of Queens, was developing red hives. After exchanging more texts and seeing the severity of the rash, Lipkin hopped on the next train to treat her in person.

Hotel travellers gripe as resort fees rise

torontosun.com — Travel expert Tim Winship considers himself a budget-conscious travel expert, but even this editor-at-large of SmarterTravel.com was blind-sided by a mandatory resort fee.
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Feb 12, 2016

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Feb 12, 2016

RT @TexasMonthly: Whole Foods is considering putting tattoo parlors in new stores, just in case you need kale and a sleeve touch-up txmnth.ly/1SLYKhy

Feb 12, 2016

It looks like I had to do new update on ALL devices, @SonosSupport. Now that iPad is updated, we are back in biz. Thanks for asking.


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