From Fracking to Fuel Cells—Capitalizing on the Energy Revolution: Laird Cagan

For investors seeking high potential returns and the thrill of participating in market innovation, the smallcap energy space is where it’s at. Managing Director and Co-Founder Laird Cagan of merchant bank Cagan McAfee Capital Partners has built his career by backing companies that are both filling current demand and creating new markets. In . . . → Read More: From Fracking to Fuel Cells – Capitalizing on the Energy Revolution: Laird Cagan

Why Child Labor Laws Suck

Here’s an example:

Hasbrook, who turned 17 in January according to her Tumblr, is a high school junior from Oregon. During this NYFW, she walked for Marc Jacobs, Proenza Schouler, Theyskens’ Theory, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Lacoste, Victoria by Victoria Beckham, and Houghton. That’s a big debut for a model. On her blog, she . . . → Read More: Why Child Labor Laws Suck

and again, what does the assessment mean to me?

So folks in the north and west of Allegheny County getting their new assessment values in the mail.  Like most everyone else in the county there is likely a lot of confusion by what the letter is telling them since it says so little.  All it has are new and old assessment values and . . . → Read More: And again, what does the assessment mean to me?

Economic Events on March 9, 2012

The Monster Employment Index for February was released today, and the index moved up 10 points from last month to a value of 143, and is 10% higher than last February’s value.

At 8:30 AM EDT, the Employment Situation report for February will be announced, and the consensus for non-farm payrolls is an increase . . . → Read More: Economic Events on March 9, 2012