Carriers Gain Customer And Credit Options As Volumes Surge

Laveta Brigham

As the United States reopens its economy and quarantined consumers return to quasi-normal behaviors with their stimulus checks, overall freight volumes are surging. While capacity remains loose, rates are rebounding from their low levels. This could be due to the reopening of restaurants and seasonal movement of produce out of […]

How to Save Time and Money Food Shopping

Laveta Brigham

Shopping for groceries has been fraught enough of late—and that was before food prices spiked. Now consumers need to find new ways to economize on what they buy at the store while continuing to stay safe as they shop. Grocery prices rose a seasonally adjusted 1 percent between April and […]

Can 5G help make it easier to work from home?

Laveta Brigham

FOSTER CITY, Calif. — Now that so many of us have become accustomed to working from home, one question that might come up is, does 5G really matter anymore? After all, most people are probably connecting to the internet, and all of their work colleagues, with their in-home Wi-Fi via a […]

Coronavirus could provide a chance to make sport more equal

Laveta Brigham

Dame Sarah Storey with a gold medal – Andrew Matthews/PA Wire Dame Sarah Storey believes the coronavirus crisis has provided sport with an unprecedented opportunity to build “a more equal world” for men and women provided sports administrators are prepared to think “outside the box”. With the Premier League set […]

31 Hidden Ways You’re Bleeding Money Every Month

Laveta Brigham

There are some expenses you plan for every month — your rent or mortgage, utilities, your cellphone bill, etc. — but there are also a lot of hidden expenses you’re paying for regularly that you might not be aware of. These little costs could quickly add up, whittling away at […]

The Online Grocery Boom Reveals a Few Big Winners

Laveta Brigham

(Bloomberg Opinion) — Covid-19-related lockdowns have ushered in plenty of consumer behaviors that I don’t expect to last, including cutting one’s own hair and baking enough homemade bread to spark a run on yeast.  But there’s at least one spending shift brought on by the pandemic that is bound to […]