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Uber And Lyft Going Public Might Mean Higher Priced Fares

Last month you might remember me writing about the Lyft and Uber IPO's. My first update might be a culture shock for rideshare consumers. It turns out that going public might cost the customers, as some are projecting higher priced fairs coming out of the recent public offerings. To make matters worse for the newly…

Founders Of Instagram Resign From Facebook In Executive Mass Exodus

In the past few months, Facebook has experienced what some have called a Executive Mass Exodus. Top executives including the founders of Instagram have left the company. The company's CPO Chris Cox also resigned recently. Cox was one of Mark Zuckerburg's top aides and has been with Facebook since 2005. In April of 2012 the social…

Watch Out For Phony Credit Repair Promises

The Federal Trade Commission has a Credit Repair Organization Act that protects consumers from scams. Read thoroughly through the bylaws that may or may not favor your personal credit score, before signing with or paying for a credit repair service. US Today's Christy Bieber published her thoughts today in an extended article, citing different scams that credit…

Momo's Original Sculpture Is Officially Dead, But The Urban Legend Lives

Wikipedia calls it a non-existent social media challenge, but unfortunately, the urban legend exists and that was enough to spark outrage. Some parents have claimed that an uninvited video, featuring a terrifying figure that appears to be half-bird half-lady, caused psychological and physical harm to their children. The claim is that the Momo Challenge allegedly…