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 Affair: Cheating on My Fiancé with a Work Husband

tuenight.com — I'm going to let you in on a little secret: I've been cheating on my fiancé with someone from the office. Well, it's not exactly cheating. And it's not exactly a secret, either. I currently have not one but two leading men in my life at work.

Startup Profile: Yeloha Brings Solar Into the Sharing Economy

spectrum.ieee.org — Sleek, shiny solar panels decorate only the most elite roofs. While the solar industry has been experiencing an upswing in installations, the qualifications required to get a solar system on your roof are surprisingly capricious.

Battered Brains: NFL attitudes affect Ohio football - The Post: Sports

thepostathens.com — For Ohio linebacker Chad Moore, concussions and injury are natural and come with the territory of the game. "With all the latest news and stuff about how concussions are getting really serious, I mean, it's scary," Moore said. "It's also the game of football, and it's not gonna change the way I play or anything like that."

Computer Scientists Find Bias in Algorithms

spectrum.ieee.org — Computer scientists have created algorithms to run all kinds of tests on big hauls of data. Powerful learning algorithms, like those that can predict septic shock, improve crop yields, and filter college and job applications, supposedly remove human error and bias. However, algorithms may be more human than we think.
Sep 25, 2015

RT @bradleyvoytek: "Computer Scientists Find Bias in Algorithms." Important for data scientists to keep in mind! bit.ly/1LDe1wJ pic.twitter.com/nSDrdbPuXJ

What Women Breadwinners Want

time.com — Women are the breadwinners in four out of 10 American families, and nearly 95% of women will be their family's primary financial decision maker at some point in their lives.

What do breadwinning women want? More help, less stress

reuters.com — But with this added financial responsibility comes tremendous stress, according to a new study of breadwinning women from the Family Wealth Advisors Council, a national network of independent wealth management firms. The group's survey of more than 1,000 working women finds that women are spread too thin when it comes to their familial and financial duties.
Aug 21, 2015

.@LaurenYoung Amen sister! What do breadwinning women want? More help. Less stress. ow.ly/RaCIr via @Reuters

Aug 21, 2015

RT @dianebrady: .@LaurenYoung Amen sister! What do breadwinning women want? More help. Less stress. ow.ly/RaCIr via @Reuters

Aug 21, 2015

Hear, hear!: What do breadwinning women want? More help, less stress reut.rs/1NnNOn2 via @Reuters

Aug 21, 2015

40% of working women feel pressure to downplay breadwinning status reut.rs/1hQjLaE My Q&A for @ReutersMoney pic.twitter.com/bvVEh08Dd9

Aug 21, 2015

28% of married/committed women say their parents disapprove of their breadwinner role reut.rs/1hQjLaE @laurenyoung for @ReutersMoney

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The Dark Side of Steganography

spectrum.ieee.org — The complicated mess of code in image, voice, video and even electrocardiogram data provide the perfect carrier for hidden messages. At the Network Security Group at Warsaw University of Technology, in Poland, Wojciech Mazurczyk disguises data the same way cybercriminals do in order to beat them at their own game.

YOUR MONEY-Money tips from history's richest man

reuters.com — By Lauren Young NEW YORK Aug 4 (Reuters) - Warren Buffett and Bill Gates have nothing on Jacob Fugger, a German financier during the Renaissance who monopolized the silver business, became the banker of kings, convinced the papacy to legalize moneylending and paved the way for today's bond market.
Aug 06, 2015

RT @GetHappyMango: Money tips from the history's richest man. You may be the next one! ow.ly/QwxsR via @LaurenYoung

Confessions of a Serial Dog Lover

tuenight.com — I have an abnormal love of dogs. At least that's what a former boyfriend told me when he broke up with me. ( see the video evidence.) Which is funny, since I didn't have a four-legged friend of my own at the time, and I still don't have one today.

Money tips from history's richest man

reuters.com — At the height of his career in the 16th century, Fugger (rhymes with "cougar") accumulated a fortune amounting to a significant portion of Europe's economic activity. And, yet, few people have ever heard of him. A new book about Fugger, "The Richest Man Who Ever Lived," includes the money lessons for investors.
Aug 06, 2015

Who was the richest man who ever lived? reut.rs/1MPuA9x My Q&A with the author of a new book on Jacob Fugger pic.twitter.com/JuGec7maSK

Aug 06, 2015

Learn about Fugger-onomics in @Steinmetz_Greg book "The Richest Man Who Ever Lived" via @LaurenYoung #Renaissance reut.rs/1K22TEe

Aug 06, 2015

RT @RichardLeong2: Learn about Fugger-onomics in @Steinmetz_Greg book "The Richest Man Who Ever Lived" via @LaurenYoung #Renaissance reut.rs/1K22TEe

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