Personal Finance Editor, MSN Money
Personal finance editor at MSN Money. Opinions are my own.
usnews.nbcnews.com — Rescue teams combed through pulverized buildings and splintered homes early Tuesday after one of the deadliest tornadoes in U.S. history blasted through the suburbs of Oklahoma City, killing at least 51 people - including 20 children. Officials warned the death toll from Monday's mid-afternoon twister was almost certain to rise significantly as more bodies were taken to the Office of the Medical Examiner.
money.msn.com — Classic business clothes never go out of style, and keeping them in top shape can save a lot of money over time. This post comes from Jim Wang at Bargaineering. Back when I worked as a consultant in the defense industry, I was expected to wear a suit every single day into work.
msn.foxsports.com — Remember the little he-said/he-said battle between Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia on Saturday at TPC Sawgrass? Well, get ready to add two more he-saids to that mix. Two course marshals are disputing Tiger's assertion that he had been told at the time that Garcia had already taken his shot when he pulled a 5-wood from his bag and sent the gallery into a tizzy.
money.msn.com — Breakfast at Costco may not have the same ring to it, but we wondered: Can a Costco diamond ring hold up to one from Tiffany's? This post is by Claire Suddath from partner site Bloomberg Businessweek.com Discount wholesale club Costco sells Tiffany engagement rings.
money.msn.com — Career website The Ladders found that every letter over 5 in your first name may cost you $3,600 a year. Hey, William, make it Bill. We've seen studies about how physical factors such as height, weight, looks, eye contact and even the firmness of your handshake can influence your success in business.
nytimes.com — One summer night in 2011, a tall, 40-something professor named Diederik Stapel stepped out of his elegant brick house in the Dutch city of Tilburg to visit a friend around the corner. It was close to midnight, but his colleague Marcel Zeelenberg had called and texted Stapel that evening to say that he wanted to see him about an urgent matter.
money.msn.com — Without saying so explicitly, the fast-food restaurant seems to be targeting its latest belly bomb toward satisfying marijuana-induced late-night cravings. There's a demographic fast-food companies don't like to talk about -- but have been increasingly catering to with each bigger, more overstuffed culinary concoction.
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