October 2012

Monthly Archives

  • 5 Reasons Buying an iPhone is Financially Irresponsible

      The iPhone is the Justin Bieber of all smartphones. In the US, one in ten people over the age of 13 own an iPhone. Sneak peeks of upcoming versions of the iPhone, both real and fake, sweep the internet like a plague every few months. 75% of Apple stores sold out of the iPhone […]

  • Facebook Reveals Third Quarter Revenue, Surpasses Forecast Earnings

    On Thursday, October 23, 2012 Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced third quarter earnings during a highly anticipated conference call held at 4:00 p.m. EST. With a net loss of $59 million for the third quarter versus a net income of $227 million at this time last year, Zuckerberg assured: “We are just getting started,” as […]

  • Google’s Reign As An Internet Search Giant Slips into “Earnings Disaster”

    On Thursday, October 18, 2012, Internet giant Google’s reign as the world’s most impressive search engine slipped following an ill-timed mistake by financial printer RR Donnelley.   The glitch included the premature posting of its third quarter earnings three hours early and a massive response from shareholders.  The result was a downward nosedive in shares, a […]

  • Drudge Report Worth Hundreds Of Millions

    When Matt Drudge founded Drudge Report as a multimedia gossip/news website during 1998, his mission was to break stories that other organizations hadn’t, wouldn’t, or shouldn’t.   Originally a blog with content sent via email, Drudge and his assistant, the legendary late Andrew Breitbart, as well as Joseph Curl and Charles Hurt, began as trail […]

  • Interview With Now & Zen Founder Steve McIntosh

    This election season, it’s time for … evolution? It is if you’re Steve McIntosh, founder and President of Now & Zen, Inc., no time is better than the present for making serious changes in the way we interact with the world around us. The former lawyer and corporate executive is best known for his Zen […]