Elderly Customer Picks On Server's ‘You Guys’ Address, Even Offers Alternatives

Elderly Customer Picks On Server's ‘You Guys’ Address, Even Offers Alternatives

The customer states that it bothers her as "you" is plural, that "you guys" means everybody, and that she is a woman.

Customers Divided As Costco Implements Strict Membership Policy for Food Court Access

Customers Divided As Costco Implements Strict Membership Policy for Food Court Access

While the rule was established in 2020, many reported that their local Costco stores still let people buy food from the food court without a membership.

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Recruiter Explains Why It’s So Hard to Bag a Job Right Now—the Labor Market Is Cooling

Recruiter Explains Why It’s So Hard to Bag a Job Right Now—the Labor Market Is Cooling

"It used to be like 12-15 recruiters to one company, one department in a company. So it takes a long time to go through resumes," she says.

Here’s How a Scam Call Made an 81-Year-Old Unknowingly Kill an Uber Driver

Here’s How a Scam Call Made an 81-Year-Old Unknowingly Kill an Uber Driver

Brock reportedly called 911 for help and said that he shot somebody who was attempting a robbery.

Gen Z Individual Criticizes High Cost of Living, Netizens Asks Him to Run for Office

Gen Z Individual Criticizes High Cost of Living, Netizens Asks Him to Run for Office

Americans are grappling with the increasingly unmanageable cost of living, particularly hitting hard on younger generations.

Viral Video Shows Fired Walmart Employee Trashing Store, Stirs Debate on Poor Management

Viral Video Shows Fired Walmart Employee Trashing Store, Stirs Debate on Poor Management

The retail giant was also sued on March 30 over discrimination against workers with disabilities.

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Sheikh Tahnoon's Holdings Drive UAE's Stock Exchanges Toward Trillion-Dollar Milestone

Sheikh Tahnoon's Holdings Drive UAE's Stock Exchanges Toward Trillion-Dollar Milestone

As of March 31, 2024, the Sheik's companies and those he oversees had at least 65% of the benchmark FTSE ADX General Index

SEO Frauds Are Becoming More Sophisticated; Here’s How an Email Almost Scammed a Business

SEO Frauds Are Becoming More Sophisticated; Here’s How an Email Almost Scammed a Business

A newsletter website, Tedium, received a DMCA email, from Commonwealth Legal, claiming that an image on Tedium violated somebody's copyright.

This 27-Year Old Started a Side Hustle That Brings In  $25,000 a month

This 27-Year Old Started a Side Hustle That Brings In $25,000 a month

Chick tells CNBC Make It, that this is so far the most lucrative job that she has had.

Looking for Everyday Hacks to Save Money? Here's How Home Appliances Help you do so

Looking for Everyday Hacks to Save Money? Here's How Home Appliances Help you do so

Recently, a man shared a video divulging his savvy shopping strategy at Lowe’s outlet store to cut costs.

Concerned About Medical Misinformation Online? Here are Red Flags to Watch out for

Concerned About Medical Misinformation Online? Here are Red Flags to Watch out for

As per a new survey by KFF, 45% of adults said that they have either heard to believed at least one of the false claims about COVID-19 vaccines.

Employer's Insensitive Response to Woman Questioning Low Salary Goes Viral; Netizens React

Employer's Insensitive Response to Woman Questioning Low Salary Goes Viral; Netizens React

The employee approached the boss after finding out that they were the lowest-paid person despite being the senior-most team member.

Man Sentenced to Prison for COVID-19 Relief Fraud, Ordered to Repay $1.3M

Man Sentenced to Prison for COVID-19 Relief Fraud, Ordered to Repay $1.3M

Waldron had submitted over 20 applications for the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act for several businesses and people.

Social Media User Suspects McDonald's Cashier Had Overcharged, Turns Out She Was Right

Social Media User Suspects McDonald's Cashier Had Overcharged, Turns Out She Was Right

The viral video which has logged more than 700k views.

Ex-JPMorgan Banker's 'I Survived the NYC Earthquake' T-Shirts Rack Up $9,800 in 21 hours

Ex-JPMorgan Banker's 'I Survived the NYC Earthquake' T-Shirts Rack Up $9,800 in 21 hours

Kerry Colley started printing the t-shirts just 15 minutes after the quake

Pennsylvania Couple Loses Over $30,000 To Scammers Pretending to be Their Daughter In Distress

Pennsylvania Couple Loses Over $30,000 To Scammers Pretending to be Their Daughter In Distress

The fake sense of urgency that the scammers created, ended up separating the couple from their hard-earned money.

First-Class Stamp Price Set to Jump to 73 Cents As US Postal Service Proposes Another Hike

First-Class Stamp Price Set to Jump to 73 Cents As US Postal Service Proposes Another Hike

This price hike comes as part of a 10-year plan, "Delivering for America", which was launched back in March 2021.

YouTube Creator Group Dude Perfect Raises More Than $100 Million; Here’s How It Plans To Spend It

YouTube Creator Group Dude Perfect Raises More Than $100 Million; Here’s How It Plans To Spend It

The group successfully raised money from Highmount Capital, a private equity investment firm focused on technology and media platforms.

Woman Who Had to Put Her Education on Hold Talks About the ‘Scary’ Living Costs in US; Netizens Relate

Woman Who Had to Put Her Education on Hold Talks About the ‘Scary’ Living Costs in US; Netizens Relate

She said that it's sometimes "scary living in America" and added that she had to put her education on hold to save for tuition.

AI Chatbots Are Here to Help With Filing Your Taxes, but How Reliable Are They?

AI Chatbots Are Here to Help With Filing Your Taxes, but How Reliable Are They?

Per a survey, nearly 1 in 5 Americans would trust ChatGPT to review taxes with 14% of the respondents saying that they have used it already.

New York Woman Exposes Potential Uber Scam, But Internet Isn't Convinced

New York Woman Exposes Potential Uber Scam, But Internet Isn't Convinced

In the viral video, the woman describes her encounter with a potential scammer, garnering thousands of views.

Gen Z Is Joining Facebook, but Not to Network—Here’s Why

Gen Z Is Joining Facebook, but Not to Network—Here’s Why

The platform's Marketplace feature enables young people to access goods at discounted rates, serving as a crucial draw for budget-conscious consumers.

BBB Sounds Alarm for Buying Cars Online, Says Car Scams Are on the Rise

BBB Sounds Alarm for Buying Cars Online, Says Car Scams Are on the Rise

Wilkinson fell for the advertisement as it was posted by a fake Facebook account of somebody he knew.

All You Need to Know about the 'Amazon Product Tester' Jobs Scam

All You Need to Know about the 'Amazon Product Tester' Jobs Scam

Beneath the promise of easy money lies a sophisticated scam preying on unsuspecting individuals seeking legitimate work-from-home options.

Remote Workers Earn About $22,000 Less on Average than In-Person Roles, Survey Finds

Remote Workers Earn About $22,000 Less on Average than In-Person Roles, Survey Finds

American companies are offering higher paychecks to people who will be willing to return to offices this year.

Planning to Turn Your Shed Into a Tiny Home? Here are the Factors to Consider

Planning to Turn Your Shed Into a Tiny Home? Here are the Factors to Consider

With the rising housing costs, it's hardly a shocker that people are looking to buy these affordable sheds.

$30 Million Stolen From Security Company in Los Angeles On Easter Sunday

$30 Million Stolen From Security Company in Los Angeles On Easter Sunday

The suspects reportedly broke in through the roof and also managed to avoid triggering the theft alarm at the facility in the Sylmar area of the San Fernando Valley. 

Gen Z Shifts to 'Just the Basics' Amid Rising Prices, Everything Else Seems Like a Splurge

Gen Z Shifts to 'Just the Basics' Amid Rising Prices, Everything Else Seems Like a Splurge

The average consumer said they expect to spend more on fresh produce, meat, and dairy as well as center-store categories.

How This Chinese Immigrant in San Francisco Lost $50,000 Worth of Gold in Blessing Scam

How This Chinese Immigrant in San Francisco Lost $50,000 Worth of Gold in Blessing Scam

The strangers who spoke Cantonese, convinced the woman to bring out her valuables from home for a blessing ceremony by insisting that she was cursed.

Here's how Much a Manuscript for the Second Sherlock Holmes Story Could Fetch at an Auction

Here's how Much a Manuscript for the Second Sherlock Holmes Story Could Fetch at an Auction

The handwritten final copy draft of "The Sign of Four" is expected to fetch close to $1.2 million, given its significance and status as the most valuable manuscript by Conan Doyle.

Woman Shares Male Coworker's Reaction to Her Pregnancy Announcement; Triggers Online Debate

Woman Shares Male Coworker's Reaction to Her Pregnancy Announcement; Triggers Online Debate

Many even urged her to take it with the HR with one user writing, "Don’t answer his questions. Talk to HR about his inappropriate behavior."

Check if You Qualify for the Child Credit Refund; Here’s How to Claim It

Check if You Qualify for the Child Credit Refund; Here’s How to Claim It

The child tax credit is the $2,000 benefit available to those with dependent children under 17.

Apple Lays Off Over 600 Employees After Closing Its EV Project

Apple Lays Off Over 600 Employees After Closing Its EV Project

The affected workers were associated with eight different facilities in Santa Clara, as per the WARN notice posted by California.

There's a Direct Link Between Migration and Income Taxes, Study Finds

There's a Direct Link Between Migration and Income Taxes, Study Finds

There is a prevailing inclination among Americans to relocate to states offering favorable tax structures.

Here’s How This Waukesha County Resident Lost $17,000 in Bitcoin Scam

Here’s How This Waukesha County Resident Lost $17,000 in Bitcoin Scam

The resident noticed a false payment of $19.98 on his Apple account, called Apple support, and later parted ways with his $17,000. 

Americans Frustrated by 'Trickflation' as Brands Employ Deceptive Tactics Amid Rising Costs

Americans Frustrated by 'Trickflation' as Brands Employ Deceptive Tactics Amid Rising Costs

A Reddit user recently took to the social media platform to highlight how brands use opaque tactics to charge more from consumers.

Americans Are Struggling With Moving Costs; Here’s How to Minimize It

Americans Are Struggling With Moving Costs; Here’s How to Minimize It

The approximate moving cost is around $2,000, with 46% of Americans who moved in 2023 saying that it "brought them to tears."

Here’s How Social Security Administration Aims to Counter Overpayments

Here’s How Social Security Administration Aims to Counter Overpayments

Earlier last month, Sens. Gary Peters and Debbie Stabenow urged SSA to crack down on overpayment errors. 

Taylor Swift Among 265 Newcomers on Forbes' Billionaires List for 2024

Taylor Swift Among 265 Newcomers on Forbes' Billionaires List for 2024

According to the publication, Swift didn't have to rely on "lucrative side hustles" to secure the 2,545 rank in the Billionaire's list.

How Walmart's Enhanced Anti-Theft Measures Are Causing Customer Dissatisfaction

How Walmart's Enhanced Anti-Theft Measures Are Causing Customer Dissatisfaction

These measures were met with resistance from the people who claimed that they had affected their shopping experience to a huge extent.

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Employees Are Willing to Return to Office To Avoid Getting Laid Off, Study Finds

Employees Are Willing to Return to Office To Avoid Getting Laid Off, Study Finds

The study also revealed that 1 in every 3 Americans has been feeling some kind of work-related anxiety. 

Server Raises Concerns of 'Paying Out of Pocket' After Customer Leaves $0 Tip, Sparks Debate

Server Raises Concerns of 'Paying Out of Pocket' After Customer Leaves $0 Tip, Sparks Debate

“Zero damn dollars! That means I had to pay out of pocket to serve these idiots," a waiter at Texas Roadhouse says.

McKinsey Offers 9 Months' Pay for Voluntary Departures Amid Continuing Tech Layoffs

McKinsey Offers 9 Months' Pay for Voluntary Departures Amid Continuing Tech Layoffs

The company will also give career training to those willing to leave.

American Credit System Is Far From Perfect, What Can Be Done About It?

American Credit System Is Far From Perfect, What Can Be Done About It?

Most people in the country, do not understand how the score is determined.

Apple Sues Ex-Employee For Leaking Sensitive Information, Deleting Evidence During Bathroom Breaks

Apple Sues Ex-Employee For Leaking Sensitive Information, Deleting Evidence During Bathroom Breaks

Andrew Aude, who was associated with the company as a software engineer, allegedly used his phone to send "thousands" of text messages to people in the Wall Street Journal.

Survey Finds 1 in 4 Gen Zers Stressed Over Taxes; Here's How to Navigate Filing

Survey Finds 1 in 4 Gen Zers Stressed Over Taxes; Here's How to Navigate Filing

It was found that 62% of first-time filers said they aren't sure where to get their W-2s or 1099s. 

Read This Before Hitting That 'Unsubscribe' Button

Read This Before Hitting That 'Unsubscribe' Button

One may find their inbox flooded with emails from brands they once bought from, which can be annoying. It's only normal to want to hit that unsubscribe button, but is it safe? 

High Healthcare Costs Threaten Baby Boomers' Retirement Plans

High Healthcare Costs Threaten Baby Boomers' Retirement Plans

Amid soaring prices, many baby boomers (people born between 1946 and 1964) feel they won't be able to leave anything for their kids.

Why Digital Nomads Are Increasingly Moving to These Two Caribbean Cities

Why Digital Nomads Are Increasingly Moving to These Two Caribbean Cities

Domingo in the Dominican Republic (DR) and Cartagena in Colombia are ranked as two of the top digital nomad destinations right now.

Squatter Surge Sparks Nationwide Urgency for Legal Reform

Squatter Surge Sparks Nationwide Urgency for Legal Reform

According to New York City law, a squatter can become a legal tenant after just 30 days of occupancy.

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