Allbirds targets a more than $2 billion valuation in upcoming IPO

Allbirds is targeting a valuation of as much as $2.2 billion in its initial public offering, the company said Monday in a securities filing. The sustainable shoe brand said it is offering 19.2 million shares priced between $12 and $14 apiece. At the high end of that range, Allbirds would bring in roughly $269 million… Continue reading Allbirds targets a more than $2 billion valuation in upcoming IPO

Is college really worth it? Here are the schools with the best return on investment

Now, high schoolers are putting more emphasis on schools that will offer the best returns. “What is going to be the return on investment?,” said Robert Franek, editor in chief of The Princeton Review. “It is the question that students and their parents are asking more now, certainly over the last year and a half.”… Continue reading Is college really worth it? Here are the schools with the best return on investment

This could be the worst market for a first-time homebuyer, experts say

Financial advisors say this could be the worst market for home buyers we’ve ever seen, and caution clients to perhaps wait. Buying a first home is always a huge decision. It’s even bigger when the market has been as hot as it has in the last two years. Financial advisors say this could be the… Continue reading This could be the worst market for a first-time homebuyer, experts say

RONDA ROUSEYNORMALIZE BREASTFEEDING!!!Posts Photo Feeding Baby

“Motherhood’s some badass, primal, beautiful s**t that shouldn’t be hidden.” That’s Ronda Rousey’s message to anyone who thinks breastfeeding in public is inappropriate — saying it’s about damn time people accepted it as something that’s completely normal. The UFC Hall of Famer posted about the topic on Instagram … sharing a caption passionately espousing the… Continue reading RONDA ROUSEYNORMALIZE BREASTFEEDING!!!Posts Photo Feeding Baby

These are the cheapest and most expensive states for running a business in 2021

Running your own business is always a challenge. It might be slightly easier in the Lone Star State. According to a new study from enterprise cloud software platform Approve.com, Texas is the country’s least expensive state for running a business. The study weighed factors like average annual wage, top corporate income tax rate, and average… Continue reading These are the cheapest and most expensive states for running a business in 2021

MOTHER NATUREGIANT ALLIGATOR EATS SMALLER ONE… Head Alone 6 Feet?!?

Here’s exhibit no. 1 for proof that dinosaurs still roam the earth — an alligator that must be the size of a pickup truck is eating its smaller counterpart … which itself is kinda big. Check out this absolutely INSANE video that was posted by a dude from Horry County, SC … who says his… Continue reading MOTHER NATUREGIANT ALLIGATOR EATS SMALLER ONE… Head Alone 6 Feet?!?

These people moved to their dream destinations during the pandemic — here’s what life is like 1 year later

Before the pandemic, I was employed as a beverage manager in Boston. The restaurant where I worked closed in March of 2020, and I was subsequently laid off. As I reflected on my career, I realized I no longer wanted to work in restaurants. The hours and lifestyle had taken a toll. I began to… Continue reading These people moved to their dream destinations during the pandemic — here’s what life is like 1 year later

After a long wait, some of Southeast Asia’s most popular islands are reopening to travelers

Under the plan, vaccinated travelers who test negative for Covid-19 before and after arriving can enter Phuket without quarantining. The island welcomed 26,400 vaccinated visitors and generated tourism revenue of 1.63 billion Thai baht ($48.5 million) in July and August, according to a report by the Tourism Authority of Thailand. Now vaccinated travelers can visit… Continue reading After a long wait, some of Southeast Asia’s most popular islands are reopening to travelers

1 in 3 women are considering leaving the workforce or changing jobs—here’s why

As the pandemic stretches into its 18th month, the burnout that comes with a surge in coronavirus cases and uncertainty about returning to the office has pushed many employees to their limits. New data from Lean In and McKinsey & Company, however, shows that the gap between women and men who feel burned out has… Continue reading 1 in 3 women are considering leaving the workforce or changing jobs—here’s why

4 steps to take now that pandemic unemployment insurance programs have expired

Millions of Americans and their families will see a significant drop in their unemployment benefits, or lose them altogether, now that three key pandemic relief programs for the jobless have expired. Moving forward, 5.1 million people supported by Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (for freelancers, gig workers and caregivers), and 3.8 million people drawing from Pandemic Emergency… Continue reading 4 steps to take now that pandemic unemployment insurance programs have expired