Vacation days: Take as many as you want: It sounds like a dream, but a growing number of companies are adopting flexible vacation policies that shift control and in many cases eliminate an allotted number of vacation days entirely.
N.Y. governor wants to slash funds: Seeking to close a $10 billion budget deficit, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is proposing $8.9 billion in overall cuts, including school and Medicaid spending, while raising $340 million in revenue and $805 million in one-time actions.
Sam and Chuck talk 401(k)s:Â How two complete opposites approach their 401(k)s, and what you can learn from them.
Get your Volt for less: The Volt has won nearly every major award out there and stirred up tons of interest, but one criticism persists: The $41,000 sticker price. A $7,500 federal tax credit takes the cost down to around $30,000, but that won't last forever.
Xtranormal conquered YouTube. Next: Facebook: The company, known for breakout hits like "iPhone4 vs HTC EVO" and "So You Want to Be a Journalist," plans to roll out a new app that will allow you to easily create and send video messages from your smartphone. Watch Xtranormal CEO Graham Sharp talk about making money off viral videos.
Repo men: The new face of reality TV: Spike TV is about to begin production of "Repo Games," a quiz show where dispossessed car owners can earn their rides back, fully paid, if they correctly answer three out of five trivia questions.