How much money can you save while working from home during the coronavirus pandemic, and how do you calculate your total yearly savings?
The buy now, pay later system has a market value of nearly $7 billion. But will what investors buy now definitely pay off later?
When businesspeople start taking the cryptocurrency seriously, it's time to pay attention. Crikey intern Ania Dutka meets the people who are staking their future on a shadowy digital currency.
The classic green US$100 bill has been given a colourful makeover in order to prevent counterfeit copies and not everyone is happy with the new "god damn child's crayon scratch pad" design, as Gawker calls it.
For the last 15 months Mark Boyle has not spent a single cent, instead he grows his own food, uses a compost toilet and lives in a caravan he picked up for free. The only thing he misses? A drink at the pub.
Although no-one knows exactly what Ted Kennedy was worth, he died close to the peak of his wealth, and had hundreds of millions tied up in a complex system of blind trusts. The Daily Beast unravel the complex web to work out who gets what.
What motivates Australian lawyers? Money, according to a national survey published late last week. We asked two lawyers for their view. Greg Barns and Peter Faris weigh in.
Scientists have found that money weilds more than just economic power: just handling cash can help reduce social discomfort and even physical pain -- and our brains may even unconsciously substitute money for love.
Attention, not money, is the new currency. “Attention,” write Thomas Mandel and Gerard Van der Leun in their 1996 book Rules of the Net, “is the hard currency of cyberspace.” They’re dead on. As the Net becomes an increasingly strong presence in the overall economy, the flow of attention will not only anticipate the flow of […]