Cheryl Lock, provided by Published 10:27 am EDT, Sunday, April 14, 2019 Westend61/Getty Images After nearly 10 years of writing about money, Cheryl Lock has tested all kinds of tools and apps to track her finances. No matter what, though, she finds a simple Excel spreadsheet fits her needs best for three reasons: It keeps her honest, it allows her to track multiple systems, and it allows for flexibility. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. My days start and end with the most basic money management tool you’ll find — an Excel spreadsheet. I’ve been a personal finance writer for about a decade now, and I’ve tested many fancy online tools and apps and resources. Still, despite all the latest helpful technology, I keep coming back to my trusty Excel document. Here’s why. 1. It keeps me honest Although it’s tedious, as soon as I can after every purchase, I physically log it into my Excel document to keep a running total of my … [Read more...] about After nearly 10 years of testing tools and apps to track my money, I keep coming back to an old-school system for 3 reasons
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Investigators at a lab in France and a field in Ethiopia are looking for clues into the second deadly accident involving Boeing's newest jetliner, while DNA testing has started to identify the remains of victims. As the investigation proceeds, more details have emerged suggesting similarities between Sunday's crash of an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 jet and another deadly Max 8 accident in October. Families of the Ethiopian Airlines victims have barely begun dealing with their grief. But Boeing investors on Friday cheered a report that the company might be closer than thought to fixing software that helps control the plane.Here are five things to follow as the investigation continues.THE INVESTIGATION:Experts on Friday in France began analyzing the so-called black boxes from Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, which plummeted to the ground shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa.Preliminary satellite data suggests that the jet's flight path was similar to that of a Lion Air Max 8 … [Read more...] about 5 things to know about Boeing’s problems over new airplane
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- In recent years, thousands of children started kindergarten in Cleveland public schools already poisoned by lead, which threatens their chances to achieve and poses steep challenges for the district charged with educating them.More than a quarter, 25.7 percent, of the kindergartners screened had a history of lead poisoning at or above the level where public health officials recommend action, researchers at the Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development at Case Western Reserve University found.A staggering 93.5 percent of them had some exposure to lead, which even at low levels can damage a developing brain and cause educational, behavioral and health problems, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Children exposed to lead are more likely to have a raft of issues that demand heightened attention from the teachers and additional resources from the school district, said Robert Fischer, co-director of the center and co-author of the report.In … [Read more...] about ‘An uphill battle’: Lead poisoning stunts students’ learning while Cleveland leaders fail to tackle lingering problem
Mary Schlangenstein and Justin Bachman, Bloomberg Published 8:18 am PST, Tuesday, November 20, 2018 Boeing. Boeing. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Matthew Lloyd Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Matthew Lloyd Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Boeing. Boeing. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Matthew Lloyd Boeing said to cancel call with airlines over jet in fatal crash 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Boeing canceled a conference call with airlines that fly its 737 Max aircraft to discuss the model involved in a fatal Indonesia crash, people familiar with the situation said. No reason for the delay was given, said the people, who asked not to be identified since the call was to be private. The call, which … [Read more...] about Boeing said to cancel call with airlines over jet in fatal crash
For two decades, domestic counterterrorism strategy has ignored the rising danger of far-right extremism. In the atmosphere of willful indifference, a virulent movement has grown and metastasized. By JANET REITMANNOV. 3, 2018 Continue reading the main story Share This Page Continue reading the main story The first indication to Lt. Dan Stout that law enforcement’s handling of white supremacy was broken came in September 2017, as he was sitting in an emergency-operations center in Gainesville, Fla., preparing for the onslaught of Hurricane Irma and watching what felt like his thousandth YouTube video of the recent violence in Charlottesville, Va. Jesus Christ, he thought, studying the footage in which crowds of angry men, who had gathered to attend or protest the Unite the Right rally, set upon one another with sticks and flagpole spears and flame throwers and God knows what else. A black man held an aerosol can, igniting the spray, and in retaliation, a white man picked … [Read more...] about U.S. Law Enforcement Failed to See the Threat of White Nationalism. Now They Don’t Know How to Stop It.