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Food Consumption in America

The average American consumes a LOT of food and beverage over the course of a year. Just how much, you ask?

How The Average American Uses Energy

In the United States, we take light switches and electrical sockets for granted.

But how many of us know how much electricity we’re using throughout the day, the week, or even the year?

Or even where it comes from?

Cost & Effects of The BP Oil Spill

This is a visual representation of just how much the spill was costing BP (and the rest of the world), in May 2010.

Choosing a Certificate of Deposit (CD) vs. a Savings Account

There are several key factors to take into consideration when deciding between a certificate of deposit (CD) vs. a savings account.

There are also a number of different types of CDs to choose from, depending on what the customer’s specific needs for the money will be.

How Much The Average American Spends on Entertainment

It’s no secret that America loves its entertainment, from movies to music to video games. Just how much do they spend on these things every year?

The Republic of Facebook

It’s impossible to ignore the immensity of Facebook, its users, and how much money is involved with it.

Here’s a look at some if its statistics, and how Facebook would look as its own independent economy.

How Much Does It Really Cost to Raise a Kid?

Just how expensive is it to raise a child? The answer is shocking!

How The World Spends Its Time Online

Millions of people across the world are constantly connected by the internet. Here’s a look at what everybody’s doing when they’re in front of their computer screen.

What BP Could Have Bought With All the Money They Lost

Obviously BP has lost a lot of money on their whole oil spill fiasco, but here’s a different perspective on just how much money that is.

Healthcare Costs Around the World

The United States spends more on healthcare than any other country in the world, but has high rates of infant mortality, diabetes and other ills than many other developed countries.