Tips & Tools, by Banks.com Contributor Nov 18, 2014

The cost of college continues to rise, but what about the value?

Check out this list of America’s most expensive colleges and see if you think they’re worth the price.

Failure, by Banks Nov 18, 2014

It seems that Bloomingdale’s is setting a new standard in their line of jewelry to decorate your phalanges.

Success, by Banks Nov 17, 2014

People can't get enough of Uber, and they are staged to bring some new personalization technologies to the table.

Failure, by Melina Owens Nov 17, 2014

Some people will do anything to get rich, even if it means looking like a moron in the public eye.

In Texas, a woman is filing a lawsuit against her neighbor after her dogs attack and kill his beagle. In New York, a woman is suing the Department of Education because her grandson injured himself after opening the emergency exit on a moving school bus.

Yup, these lawsuits will question your faith in humanity.

Tips & Tools, by Banks Nov 17, 2014

We see nothing wrong with going into your local bank branch. We do, however, don’t think any of the following reasons are enough to get us in there. Here’s why.

Failure, by Banks Nov 14, 2014

An incredibly frightening study came out in 2010 that showed 75% of near retirees (ages 50 to 64) have an average total retirement account balance of $27,636. Not near enough to live off of. The same study revealed that over half of the individuals in this near retirement group have no retirement account at all.

Failure, by Melina Owens Nov 14, 2014

Have you ever wondered if there was a budget-friendly way to get knocked up? Meet the “free sperm donors” who are bringing a fresh alternative to the table.

Work, by Banks Nov 14, 2014

Find out why it's a good thing U.S. employees are willing to quit their jobs.

Life, by Banks.com Contributor Nov 13, 2014

If an $8,000 curved super-high-def TV isn't enough for you, you can now get one custom-painted in gold by a famous artist. Because you're that kind of person.

Life, by Elizabeth Rosen Nov 11, 2014

Welcome to the biggest online shopping day in China – and the world.

It’s called “Singles’ Day” and it was started in 2009 by Alibaba, the largest e-commerce company in China, as a response to Valentines Day. But you don’t have to be single to celebrate this holiday.

Every November 11, Chinese shoppers can find heavily discounted products online, from clothing to home appliances. Often times, gifts are exchanged among friends. Last year, a 13-carat diamond was purchased for almost $4 million.

Alibaba is reporting over $9.3 billion in sales today. Compare that to Black Friday and Cyber Monday in the U.S., which had $3 billion in combined sales last year....

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