If you’re like millions of Americans, checking out Facebook may be second nature to you. But, it turns out that using Facebook may be tied to the ever growing battle of the bulge for Americans.
After more than a decade of tax cuts, trickle-down economics, runaway government spending, wars, and ballooning deficits and debts, the middle class is poorer and has a lower income than they did in the 1990’s according to a new Pew survey.
Amid South Florida’s flashy consumerism wave, a vastly different breed of entrepreneur — aimed at solving social problems — is quietly gaining momentum.
The power of social innovation is most impressive when people come up with ways to make the simplest things so much easier for those around the world who have nothing. CBS4′s Jorge Estevez. reports on devices that you would never think could actually save lives.
The Millennials are here! What’s a Millennial you ask? CBS4′s Cynthia Demos explains the generation of people between adolescence and thirty… who are inching into the workforce as the baby boomers are starting to leave it.
In Wednesday’s Something Extra: you know the type, people who check their Facebook page every other minute, at dinner, at work, even while they’re driving. Is this addiction to social media a good thing?