Daily Archives: January 4, 2011

Nintendo 3DS eye strain may be dangerous to children

The Nintendo 3DS has not even been released yet, but Nintendo warns that it could stunt children's eye development if it is used too much.
Nintendo 3DS

New cancer blood test could revolutionize diagnosis and treatment

A new cancer blood test currently under study has the possibly to replace invasive biopsies and promote more effective cancer treatments ...
healthy blood cells

Tax filing deadline extended to April 18, 2011

Procrastinators, rejoice; the tax filing season for 2010 has been stretched out by a few days to April 18, 2011, thanks to Emancipation Day.
The logo of the Internal Revenue Service.

Is Applying For A Payday Loan Through A Direct Lender The Best Option?

Using a lender matching service can get you cash in as little as 2 hours. Direct lenders have a very high denial rate for applications.
Using a lender matching service can get you cash in as little as 2 hours. Direct lenders have a very high denial rate for applications.

Borders on the brink of bankruptcy as printed book sales plunge

Years of declining sales have forced Borders to delay payments to publishers and seek refinanced vendor agreements to try to avoid bankruptcy.
borders bankruptcy

Largest loan lenders may settle with attorneys general quickly

The nation's largest loan lenders may settle with the probe into "robo signing" by a commission of all 50 state attorneys general.
Robot

2011 W-4 form | Not required, but recommended

There is a new 2011 W-4 form that addresses the payroll tax holiday -- but filling it out is not required unless you are starting a new job.
W4

How Can Installment Loans Help Protect Your Credit Rating?

There are millions of people each year that ruin their credit score because they did not know they could use installment loans to pay their bills before defaulting.
There are millions of people each year that ruin their credit score because they did not know they could use installment loans to pay their bills before defaulting.

More flocks of dead birds show up in Louisiana

Flocks of dead birds in Louisiana have been discovered days after thousands of birds fell out of the sky in an Arkansas town on New Year's.
Starling