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Cheryl Pearson-McNeil is the Senior Vice President of U.S. Strategic Community Alliances & Consumer Engagement at Nielsen. She shares some important information about Nielsen, which is a company that measures what consumers watch, buy and listen to. Nielsen recently released a new report about black millennials that shows how immensely powerful black consumers from 18-35 […]

  A poll of an undisclosed number of U.S. adults expressed how they’ll spend their tax return money they receive this year (respondents were able…

Money, money, money, money…MONEY! Are you the spender or the saver in your relationship? AV asked our listeners this question today. Typically it’s the man who holds…

Let’s just say, money ain’t a thing for Bishop Secular! He doesn’t have problems with money, and in return his money doesn’t have a problem with…

Houston

Via: defendernetwork.com The city’s decade-old public arts ordinance is being questioned after the Houston Arts Alliance bought a $360,000 sculpture. The sculpture, “Standing Vase with Five Flowers,” is the work of Texas native James Surls and will be displayed outside the parks and recreation department’s headquarters on Wayside Drive in southeast Houston.

It's easy to be lured in by the sale signs and special promotions at a department store, but by the time you leave, you may feel as if you've been had. Department stores employ several "tricks" to get customers to spend more -- and to the untrained eye, they are not so easy to spot.

VIA BVONMONEY.com: Staying on top of one’s finances can be a daunting challenge made more difficult by money-management myths we believe and little lies that we often tell ourselves. In some areas of life, a little white lie might be perceived as harmless. But when it comes to money matters, the myths and misconceptions we […]