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All of the bullish stuff economists said about the oil crash has been wrong


Following last year's widely-publicized plunge in gasoline prices, a lot of economists were optimistic we could be on the brink of a new boom in consumer spending, something that'd be especially bullish as personal consumption accounts for nearly 70% of the US economy.

Business Insider is hiring a full-time personal finance reporter for its Your Money section


Do you love talking — and writing — about money? Are you excited to explore the psychology of wealth, the challenges of saving, and the way successful people look at money?

The NFL is closing in on a radical change to the extra point — here's how it would work


NFL teams appear to be heading towards a compromise that would represent a radical change to one of the most basic concepts in football, the extra point, according to Peter King of SI.com.

The Wall Street Journal says private equity is dead — here's why that's just nuts


"Returns from private equity won't match those from the last 30 years." It took until the second-to-last sentence of Andy Kessler's anti-PE ramble in the Wall St.

Citibank has it out for Elizabeth Warren


Elizabeth Warren is no friend of Citibank's. The populist Massachusetts Senator, who has made post-crisis financial regulation a cause célèbre, often points toward the banking behemoth when denouncing what she calls the Wall Street–Washington "revolving door." So it's probably no surprise that Citigroup has started monitoring the Senator's every move.

The 2 most important job interview questions


As a job candidate in the hot seat, you can expect to be asked dozens — sometimes hundreds — of questions about your strengths, weaknesses, values, and goals.

Serena rips Kuznetsova to reach quarter-finals


Miami (AFP) - World number one Serena Williams dominated Russia's Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-2, 6-3 on Monday, advancing to the WTA and ATP Miami Open quarter-finals with her 15th consecutive victory at the event.

Science says that parents of successful kids have these 7 things in common


Anybody who has kids — or hopes to — wants them to stay out of trouble, do well in school, and go on to do awesome things in the professional world.  While there isn't a set recipe for raising successful children, psychology research has pointed to a handful of factors that predict success.

Some Uber users are claiming their accounts have been hacked


Some Uber users are reporting that they're being charged for rides they didn't take, according to Motherboard, which reported on Monday that anonymous third parties have been able to access certain Uber accounts.  Since credit cards are automatically linked to your Uber account, these intruders have been able to order rides without the account holder's permission, according to the report.  “I got a notification on my phone from Uber saying 'your taxi was on its way/it arrived' etc., but thought it must be a glitch of the app," one Uber customer told Motherboard.

The crazy orbital mechanics you need to rendezvous with the International Space Station


Imagine being chased by a 925,000 pound machine traveling at 17,500 miles per hour. That's what's happens when astronauts dock with the International Space Station.

Science says that parents of successful kids have these 7 things in common


Anybody who has kids — or hopes to — wants them to stay out of trouble, do well in school, and go on to do awesome things in the professional world.  While there isn't a set recipe for raising successful children, psychology research has pointed to a handful of factors that predict success.

The 2 most important job interview questions


As a job candidate in the hot seat, you can expect to be asked dozens — sometimes hundreds — of questions about your strengths, weaknesses, values, and goals.

The 20 US colleges with the most liberal students


As part of its annual college ranking, The Princeton Review ranks the US colleges with the most liberal students.

Read the moving letter director Paul Haggis sent Leah Remini after she left Scientology in 2013


In 2009, actress Leah Remini left the church of Scientology after 30 years and she didn't go quietly.

Alleged photos of Apple’s giant iPad might reveal a second port (AAPL)


Apple’s next iPad might have two ports, if these images first spotted by HDBlog.it (via Apple Insider) are legitimate.  The photos clearly show an iPad — complete with Apple logo, rear camera and volume buttons on the side — but the model shown here curiously lacks mute controls, and it also reveals a small opening on the side of the tablet.

Here's the college essay that got a high school senior into all 8 Ivy League schools


Last year, then-high school senior Kwasi Enin found out he had been accepted to every college he applied to — including all eight Ivy League schools.

The epic tale behind the album that launched Richard Branson's Virgin empire

Richard Branson shared this amazing story with us last time he visited the Business Insider offices. Join the conversation about this story »

6 robot cleaners that will keep your house looking spotless [up to 70% off]


Why clean your house when you can get a mini robot to do the work for you? We've put together a list of the best robot cleaners on the market right now.

EU official: Nuclear deal with Iran may spur proxy wars


BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A nuclear deal with Iran may spur proxy wars in the Middle East as Sunni Muslims try to counter an increasingly wealthy and powerful Shi'ite Iran, the European Union’s counter-terrorism coordinator said on Monday.

37,000 people are about to find out if they got into Harvard


On Tuesday, thousands of high school seniors will go online to find out if they've been accepted to one of the eight Ivy League universities for the incoming Class of 2019.


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