Executive Editor, Financial Planning
Executive editor, Financial Planning. Also a runner, reader and travel junkie - not necessarily in that order.
reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Brian Snyder A man soaks his feet in a fountain while reading a magazine on the Rose Kennedy Greenway on a warm summer afternoon in Boston, Massachusetts July 19, 2011. By that definition, Dan Prescher is a sophisticated arbitrageur. The 58-year-old makes a decent living as a special projects editor for International Living magazine.
slate.com — Star Trek is all about interstellar travel. It's right there in the title. "Warp 6!" or "Warp 9!" captains bark, sometimes following with a pedantic "point four" and punctuating with a "do it!" or "punch it!" or "engage!" The numbers give the impression of a well-defined system of speed, but...
economy.money.cnn.com — Not only is the cupcake craze truly winding down, it's leading to some Twitter fun among econ nerds this Thursday morning. When the Labor Department released its latest Consumer Price Index -- a key measure of inflation -- it contained a detailed breakdown that showed cupcake prices are falli...
blogs.marketwatch.com — Data released by the Labor Department on Thursday showed that U.S. consumer prices fell 0.4% in April, adjusted for seasonality. Economists had expected a 0.3% decline in April, according to a MarketWatch poll. But Twitter users focused on a more appetizing aspect of the report. Overall, food prices were up 0.2% in April.
slate.com — As a beer writer, I often find myself preaching the word about craft beer to people who don't want to hear it. There are a lot of Bud Light fans and people who'd rather sip a zinfandel, even in the craft beer capital of the world, Portland, Ore., where I...
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