Monthly Archive: April, 2015

How Age, Gender, and Marital Status Affect Your Car Insurance

It’s a well-accepted fact that car insurance premiums vary between certain demographics. For instance, a 20-year-old male driver will most likely pay more for insurance than a man who’s 10 years older. What… Continue reading

University Of Houston Reveals Matthew McConaughey’s Speaking Fee

HOUSTON (AP) — A Texas university that booked Matthew McConaughey as its May commencement speaker has broken the silence on the Texas-born actor’s speaking fee. The University of Houston said in a statement… Continue reading

How To Manifest the Business you Want

Manifesting, to many, is just another new age buzzword. But as soft as it sounds, it’s actually quite a powerful business tool. There are a million ways to start and grow a business,… Continue reading

‘Corinthian 100’ Ask Education Department: What About Us?

Fourteen federal student loan borrowers refusing to make their monthly payments to protest the U.S. Department of Education’s shoddy oversight of for-profit colleges met with senior government officials on Tuesday to share their… Continue reading

How a Rabbi Found a Methodist Publisher

When he hosted the first White House Passover seder in 2009, President Obama was reflected a growing trend: Christians hosting a Passover celebration. Soon thereafter, I began to receive invitations to speak at… Continue reading

The Secret to Making Friends in a New City

Your landlord has given you the keys. You’ve driven or flown or sailed or ski-doo’ed triumphantly into this new city that you’ll be calling home. Your moving boxes are brimming with your most… Continue reading

College Students Are Robots?

You hear it everywhere today: higher education needs massive disruption; the traditional model of education is dead; a third or more of higher education institutions will be closed a decade from now. And… Continue reading

Will You Be Ready to Retire? Seven Things to Do Now

Think ahead a few years or even a decade or two, perhaps. You will be 60, 65, 70, or maybe older. Company pensions will be a thing of the past and 401(k) plans… Continue reading

Your Seder. Your History.

For the second time in five months, I was called back to New York to perform a funeral. Officiating at funerals is, obviously, part of my job, but these were different. Both funerals… Continue reading

Iran Nuclear Talks Miss Deadline, Extended Another Day

By Louis Charbonneau, John Irish and Parisa Hafezi LAUSANNE, Switzerland, April 1 (Reuters) – Six world powers and Iran missed a Tuesday deadline to reach an outline accord reining in Tehran’s nuclear program,… Continue reading