A week or so ago we asked, how do you invest? The answers were pretty evenly divided… the poll is still open, but at the moment this is how things are looking: 4% of you said you spent your money on Cosmos and Manolos 40% of you said your focus was getting out of debt … Read More about Poll Results: We’re a motley crew of investors
The crazy hours, the complicated work, the Excel spreadsheets, the hundreds of pages of reading — fortunately, there is an up side to many of these demanding professions, and that is a rather sizable paycheck. So today’s poll: What are you doing with your paycheck? Pictured: Money!, originally uploaded by Tracy O.
Liking these posts? Follow Corporette on Twitter — this is the edited version of what we’re reading! (We also Tweet if we hear about a good sale.) – The Fug Girls wrote a hilarious and great article about how fabulous Anne Hathaway looks after her breakup from certain imprisoned bankers. [NY Mag] – A new … Read More about Weekly Round-Up
Photo at left by 19melissa68, courtesy of Flickr – Because sometimes, you need to take the shopping abroad: The World’s Best Outlet Stores. [Forbes] – An interesting read: SmartMoney’s guide to living longer and healthier. “For a growing band of affluent consumers, living a longer, healthier life is the next big challenge — and often … Read More about Weekend Round-Up
Liking these posts? Follow Corporette on Twitter — this is the edited version of what we’re reading! (We also Tweet if we hear about a good sale.) – The Chicago Tribune asks, why must comfortable shoes be so ugly? We like the story of the woman who thought about changing into flip flops to cross … Read More about Weekly Roundup
– Women on Wall Street: A rare breed. [The Street via Feministing] – Above the Law has added a section to promote your charitable benefit announcements. [AtL] – Nice article on how to retire with absolutely nothing. (Wait, that isn’t your goal? Oh.) [Motley Fool] – If you’re happy, that will apparently advance the goal … Read More about Weekend Roundup – Wall Street chicks, Money, Tiny things, Ink stains