Yearly Archives: 2010

MTA in NYC, NJ Transit and LIRR snowfall disruptions

The NYC MTA trip planner is down. Use alternatives for planning your transit throughout the Northeast, on the LIRR, MTA or with NJ Transit.
Penn Station

FDA approves use of Gardasil against anal cancer

The controversial Gardasil vaccine – already approved to help prevent cervical cancer – has now been approved to help prevent anal cancer.
Box and vial of Gardasil vaccine.

Christmas quotes to warm the cockles of your heart

Here are some Christmas quotes for the rest of us. Have a merry, safe holiday season, and don't be afraid to say “Merry Christmas" to all...
The “congealed wobbling blob of copyright,” just in time for Christmas.

How Can Your Credit Score Be Saved With Something As Simple As A Payday Loan?

Millions of people every year fall short on various bills and lose credit points. Payday loans are a no credit check option that can ease the pain.
Millions of people every year fall short on various bills and lose credit points. Payday loans are a no credit check option that can ease the pain.

FCC working to keep Comcast from stifling video competition

The FCC is currently in negotiation with the Comcast Corp. to prevent it from stifling video competition after merging with NBC Universal.
Shot of a Comcast pay station in a shopping mall.

More people are getting bank loans and buying houses

Home sales crept up in November, as more people got bank loans and bought houses. However, sales are still way down from levels of a year ago.
For Sale

WTF? CIA launches WikiLeaks Task Force to assess Cablegate

The WikiLeaks Task Force, known at the agency as WTF, seeks to assess the impact of Cablegate on intel operations ...
wtf cia

Facts About Installment Loans Everyone Should Know Before Applying Online

Are installment loans online safe and secure? Is applying a big hassle with tons of hoops to jump through? We have the facts you want to know.
Are installment loans online safe and secure? Is applying a big hassle with tons of hoops to jump through? We have the facts you want to know.

Top Tech Gifts for the 2010 holidays | Your five best bets

Choosing a tech gift, if you're a "technology person" or not, can be tough. Here are your five best options for the 2010 holidays.
Kindle E-Reader

New START treaty close to final vote in Senate

The Senate has passed a cloture motion, killing debate on the new START treaty. The treaty could be passed before the Christmas recess.
John Kerry

American Airlines may be cutting ties with Orbitz to cut prices

American Airlines is looking to cut costs, and that may mean cutting Orbitz and other comparison sites off their list of ticket dealers.
American Airlines

How To Get A Cash Advance Without Providing Collateral or Submitting To A Credit Check

Credit checks can hurt your credit score and providing collateral for a loan is an unneccessary risk which can be avoided.
Credit checks can hurt your credit score and providing collateral for a loan is an unneccessary risk which can be avoided.

FCC announces new net neutrality standards

In a 3-2 party-line vote, the FCC has approved a six-pronged net neutrality rule -- but advocates on both sides are disappointed.
Network

Nevada Attorney General sues Bank of America over foreclosures

Despite 50-state talks that are ongoing, Nevada and Arizona have sued Bank of America, claiming their foreclosure negotiations are not "in good faith."
Bank of America

New Apple TV takes off with 1 million sold in fourth quarter 2010

The new Apple TV is a quarter-size of the original and has outstripped total first generation sales in just three months...
second generation apple tv

How Personal Loans Online Can Prevent Your FICO Credit Score From Going Down

Traditional loans require a credit check which puts a hard inquiry on your credit report which in many cases lowers your overall credit rating.
Traditional loans require a credit check which puts a hard inquiry on your credit report which in many cases lowers your overall credit rating.

Bank of America cuts off WikiLeaks ahead of bank document release

Bank of America has suspended WikiLeaks from receiving any payments from the bank. Numerous finance organizations have cut WikiLeaks off.
Scissors

Installment loans from bailouts may not be that expensive

There may be a rational basis for the installment loans lent by the government in bailouts. Some of the loans have started making a profit.
Tim Geithner

Californians deserve a balanced payday loans argument

Various media continue to attack California payday loans, but are they making a balanced argument regarding to San Diego installment loans?
The California State Capitol Building in Sacramento, photographed during the daytime.

How To Use Short Term Loans To Get Through a Budget Crisis Wisely

Everyone finds themsevles in a budget crisis from time to time and short term loans are only the answer in some circumstances when used wisely.
Everyone finds themsevles in a budget crisis from time to time and short term loans are only the answer in some circumstances when used wisely.

Julian Assange police report leaked; legal team enraged

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's legal team is outraged because of the release of their client's supposedly confidential police report ...
File photo of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at a book signing.

New York Gov. David Paterson fined $62,125 for baseball tickets

In yet another controversy, New York Gov. David Paterson has been fined $62,125 for accepting World Series tickets that were worth $2,125...
File photo of incumbent New York Gov. David Paterson.