Web Hosts Evolve Into Clouds And Content Delivery Networks

Sunday, October 31, 2010, 4:26 AM | 1 Comment

Web hosting service has come along way. Its evolution over the years consists now of two important functions. One is hosting in the cloud (HIC) and the other is Content Delivery Networks (CDN). It used to be a place for storing websites only but lately have been offering features like e-mail, e-commerce, communications, Search Engine […]

Debt-Free College Education By Zac Bissonnette

Sunday, October 24, 2010, 3:28 AM | 1 Comment

Zac Bissonnette is one hell of a guy who is in his final year of college. He got to his senior year without loans, scholarships, or mooching off his parents. Most students have accumulated an average of more than $23,000 in debt at the time of their college graduation. Not Zac. No sir! His parents […]

MC Wants To Take Over Indian Credit Card Business

Saturday, October 23, 2010, 4:10 AM | 5 Comments

People living in developing countries don’t have the luxury of using credit cards. Credit (loan) is available though and is given to consumers and small businesses only after the banks do a thorough check up on the financial well-being of borrowers. We all know banks are in existence because they want to make profit in […]

inDinero.com Can Help Small Businesses Track Finances

Friday, October 22, 2010, 5:22 AM | 4 Comments

inDinero.com can help your small business track your finances. It’s a cloud-based software that helps small-business owners track their finances without any data entry. Instead, it pulls the information from your business’s financial accounts. inDinero.com is a small company with five employees as of September. It debuted in July and has secured $1.2 million in […]

Debt Management Plan Helps You Lead A Stress Free Life

Thursday, October 21, 2010, 3:16 AM | 1 Comment

If you have multiple unsecured debts like credit card debts, personal loans, store cards, etc, and you are having problems in managing all of these, you can take help of a Debt Management Plan (DMP). Debt management plan helps you in paying off your debts and reestablish good credit. What is DMP? A debt management […]

Fed Bank Of NY Demands BofA Buy Back Mortgage

Wednesday, October 20, 2010, 6:58 PM | 8 Comments

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York has joined many others and is demanding that Bank of America (BofA) buy back billions of dollars worth of mortgage securities that have been continually talked about for some time. These mortgage securities are afflicted with documentation that were never reviewed properly. Bloomberg reports… Pacific Investment Management Co., […]

Slow Legal System vs Fast-Paced Modern Finance

Tuesday, October 19, 2010, 11:56 AM | 1 Comment

We all know by now the housing market fiasco in terms of foreclosures and the ultimate bankruptcies. Some experts say the problem has created two challenges: Technical and Legal. In essence, the slower U.S. legal system is no match for the fast-paced modern finance. The court system gives everybody the chance for due process which […]

Crystal Cathedral Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Tuesday, October 19, 2010, 1:58 AM | 2 Comments

Media report that Crystal Cathedral Ministries, an Orange County (CA) landmark and mega-church founded by television evangelist Robert H. Schuller, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Monday morning. But for some reason, I don’t feel sad because of the way these churches conduct their business and the way these TV evangelists live. I saw the church […]

Former CFC Chief Angelo Mozilo Settled Charges

Monday, October 18, 2010, 3:55 AM | 5 Comments

Who the f****** shit is Angelo Mozilo? You know, we often never hear about some executives and we don’t know “nothing” about them til we read in the paper either they settled out of court [whatever that means – my friend from the 60s says it means NO JAIL] or they were tried, convicted and […]

Wall Street Firms Blame Home Owners For Foreclosure

Sunday, October 17, 2010, 6:51 AM | 3 Comments

In one of the previous posts, I said one of the things that has flourished in this lousy economy is the blaming industry. Wall Street executives put the blame on home owners for the foreclosure fiasco. Some said the issue is one of personal responsibility for one’s own debts. Can their blame remove the responsibility […]