Whites earn more than three-fourths of nation's income
Whites took home a disproportionate share of income through the recession and slow recovery, but minorities are slowly starting to catch up, a new analysis of census data shows.
Slate: Facebook smartphone? Dumb idea
When you puzzle out the economics of Facebook's possible entry into the smartphone market, you inevitably come out scratching your head. How could they possibly make money from the phone business?
Slate: When no one will hire you, start a business
With unemployment at 8.1 percent, and nearly half that number jobless for more than six months, the temptation to hire yourself when no one will hire you has rarely been stronger.
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Maker's Mark Chairman Emeritus to speak at Expo
Maker's Mark Chairman Emeritus Bill Samuels, Jr., will be sharing his thoughts on the miracle of the bourbon industry and a bit of advice for business professionals Tuesday afternoon during the South Central Kentucky Business Expo at Cave City Convention Center.
South Central Kentucky Business Expo set
On Feb. 28, the South Central Kentucky Business Expo will open its doors for the second time to welcome businesses as well as individuals for an opportunity to network and create new business relationships.
5 tax credits for wintertime energy efficiency
If you're looking for ways to lower your heating bill and make your home more energy efficient this winter, now is a good time to act. Make certain home improvements before the end of 2011, and you can claim a federal tax credit when you file next year.
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