Having outgrown shoes, shirts and even backpacks they’ve used the last two years, children heading back to school this year will arrive in style. The National Retail Federation’s 2010 Consumer Intentions and Actions Back to School survey, conducted by BIGresearch, found that the average American family will spend $606.40 on clothes, shoes, supplies and electronics, compared to … [Read more...] about Back-to-School Shopping: More Families are Focused on Generic Products and Comparison Shopping This Year
According to Nielsen, Americans are now spending 43% more time (than a year ago) on social networking sites, for a total of 22.7% of their online time. The amount of time spent on email dropped 28%. Analysis has described this drop as a shift from email to social networking sites, namely Facebook. … [Read more...] about Nielsen Reveals That Americans Spend More and More Time on Social Networking Sites
Based on 2009 revenue numbers, seven of the ten largest companies in the world are in the oil & gas business. The biggest oil & gas company is Royal Dutch Shell, which generated $278.2 billion dollars in revenue last year. … [Read more...] about 7 of 10 Largest Companies in the World are Oil and Gas
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The U.S. spends more than any other developed nation on health care and yet performs the worst on most key performance metrics. That's according to a recent study by The Commonwealth Fund. The study compared the United States with six other developed nations: Canada, Netherlands, Germany, Australia, United Kingdom and New Zealand. The U.S. spends nearly 2x as much money per … [Read more...] about Health Care: US Spending the Most, Performing the Worst