Yesterday we told you about the bleak financial future many Canadians envision for themselves. There are many reasons for this, one of the biggest having been revealed in a recent study by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives: tuition and compulsory...
U.S. airlines are becoming increasingly dependent on passenger fees for revenue. In 2014, 27 airlines raked in more than $6.5 billion from baggage fees and reservation changes – nearly a dollar for every person in the world
Des vices, la plupart d’entre nous en avons, qu’ils soient aussi innocents comme celui d’avoir la dent sucrée ou aussi malsains que ceux de la cigarette et de l’alcool. Mais mis à part les risques évidents pour la santé, les vices peuvent aussi être franchement dispendieux, d’autant plus que vous pouvez certainement vivre sans eux
Vices. Most of us have them, whether it’s as innocent as a perpetual sweet tooth or as unhealthy as a cigarette and alcohol habit. But aside from the obvious health risks, your vices can also be pretty damn expensive, especially since you can live without most of them
The smartphone industry has seen lots of change in the last seven years. And now, in the latest shift, it would appear Apple has lost its advantage over Android devices – especially Samsung. We know what it cost to launch and market The Bold. What follows is a breakdown of what Apple, Samsung, and Sony pay for their devices