Remember the good old days when Comcast’s usage-based pricing scheme for high-speed internet was limited to a small number of markets? It was too good to last. Starting next month, the Philly cable giant will roll out data caps to more customers, bringing the total to 18 states or about double the current number of markets, Ars Technica reports. The plan will subject broadband customers who use more than 1 terabyte of monthly data to an additional $10 charge. Conversely, customers can pay $50 and get unlimited data. … [Read more...] about No one is safe from Comcast’s data caps
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To change the conversations that are being discussed, DeBaun advises the media community to push their audiences to ask questions and empower people to ask questions about what people are actually going to do in office. Conversely, we need to stop being “so infatuated with the celebrity pop culture of it all.” … [Read more...] about Business Leaders Share Their Biggest Concerns About The Future Of Business
Anchors exert outsize influence for two reasons. First, most of us underestimate the force that anchors can exert. Take the sticker price for a used car. Let’s say it’s $30,000. We know that the car is worth less than the asking price, so we adjust away from it. Perhaps we ultimately agree on a price of $28,500. We might feel pretty good about ourselves–after all, we paid much less than the sticker price. But in reality, we may have moved too little. Even though we knew $30,000 wasn’t right, we often fail to appreciate just how far away we need to adjust. … [Read more...] about When To Make The First Offer In A Negotiation, According To Science
I strongly recommend that you bring in professional financial advisers to help you, but remember that even if hiring very good people from very reputable places, you still have to stay on top of this effort. You have to know what the strategy is and pay careful attention to ensure their strategy and interests are aligned with what you want. … [Read more...] about A founder wants to become a limited partner in a venture fund. What to know?
Thanksgiving in quarantine is looking more and more like an inevitability, meaning some of us will be trading hours in the kitchen preparing a feast for 15 for lounging on the couch with only our closest contacts. Luckily, for those who aren’t able to re-create grandma’s secret-recipe pumpkin pie, there are plenty of tasty safety nets available online. From meal kits to ready-to-serve feasts and sides to delectable, giftable boxes to send to faraway friends and family, there are indulgent, across-the-board options that won’t let you down. Awkward family election convos via Zoom are optional. … [Read more...] about The best Thanksgiving treats you can get delivered to loved ones (or yourself)