It's cheaper to give people homes than to police homelessness. So why not do that?
The launch of the Democratic presidential primary races has come with a new willingness to consider Big Ideas. Republican calls for tax cuts for the wealthy and austerity for absolutely everyone ...
Giving People Advice Rarely Works. This Does.
DIY Tech Gives People More Freedom In Managing Diabetes
People with diabetes say they’ve been waiting for years for better technology to manage their chronic condition. Tired of waiting, some tech-savvy, do-it-yourselfers are constructing their own devi…
Why Generic Epipen Could Make Even More Money for Mylan
The next time the economy tanks, the Fed should give people, not banks, free money
The Federal Reserve is reviewing its strategies and tools.
10 Cheaper Alternatives Than Going To Disneyland
Disneyland is a magical place for a family trip, but getting to meet Minnie and Mickey isn’t always that easy to afford. Ticket prices can be pretty costly, depending on when you go and how
What killed coal? Technology and cheaper alternatives
President Donald Trump is on a mission to revive America's embattled coal industry by slashing environmental regulations.
‘Mylan must be held accountable’: why a generic EpiPen could prevent a cheaper product in the...
The CEO called it an “extraordinary” move. But companies do it all the time.
What if OTT video is not simply a cheaper alternative to pay TV?
Across a handful of mature markets, there are now more subscriptions to services delivered solely over the top (OTT) of the internet, such as Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu, than there are pay-TV subscriptions. The good news for pay-TV operators is that there is significant overlap between OTT video and pay TV.
How Faster And Cheaper Alternatives Will Replace Most Of Higher Ed
While everything else is becoming faster and cheaper in the world, education is not. These are among the insights gleaned from Ryan Craig's new book, "A New U."
Live Here, Not There: 10 Cheaper Alternatives to 6 Expensive U.S. Cities
Some of our country’s best places to live are expensive cities like New York City and San Francisco. Here are 10 cheaper alternatives that don’t skimp on city life or culture.
Why Social Media is not a Cheaper Alternative > $5 [part I]
Written by Tehneyat who works with social media for UK's largest direct agency, Wunderman, in London. You can follow Tehneyat on Twitter @tehneyat. Incorrect Assumption: Social Media is Cheap Social media is not cheap.
Should I use Microsoft Word on a Mac or a cheaper alternative?
Ed doesn’t want to pay an annual subscription for Office 365 and he’s looking for a compatible rival
A Cheaper Alternative to Truvada Is Hitting the Market: Here's Why It Might Not Lower Costs
Barring the unlikely event that a U.S. entity puts time and money into comparative trials, Cimduo can't cut into the PrEP portion of the Truvada market.
Use Staples as a Cheap Alternative to Breadboard Jumpers on Your DIY Electronics Projects
Breadboard jumper cables aren't terribly expensive to start with, but if you're looking for an even cheaper solution, Make Magazine points out that regular office staples work just as well.
You Don’t Always Need A Special Needs Trust: Learn About This Simpler, Cheaper Alternative
He lives in a group home and she was concerned that his inheritance would (approximately $200,000) jeopardize his government benefits and continued eligibility to reside in the home.
The new generic top level domains: they’re coming!
New gTLD’s have trickled onto the internet slowly but steadily over the last 30 years, but nothing has come close to the sheer number of new domains that w
ICANN delegates new generic top-level domains
Get details about ICANN's generic top-level domains (gTLDs) program, which was developed to increase competition and choice in the domain name space.
New generic Top Level Domains for China
The China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has recently awarded licenses to a number of legacy and new generic Top Level…
Abuse runs rampant on new generic top level domains
Generic top-level domains (TLDs) that have sprung up in recent years have become a magnet for cybercriminals, to the point where some of them host more malicious domains than legitimate ones.