My 2016 in pictures

December 30, 2016 Bob Sullivan 0

Because I spend so much time traveling for work, for the past 20 years or so, I’ve made a calendar each year for my family and friends. It’s my way of saying, “Here’s what I’ve been up to for the past 12 months when I probably should have been spending [Keep reading]

The ultimate guide to understanding your credit score

December 21, 2016 Bob Sullivan 1

Most American adults have a credit score attached to their name. The score directly impacts each consumer’s cost of obtaining credit. Lower scores mean higher interest rates for credit cards, auto loans, mortgages, and so on. Many consumers use the terms “credit score” and “credit report” interchangeably, but that’s a [Keep reading]

‘Your money or your data!’ – Most still have never heard of ransomware; while a majority of victims have paid up, IBM says

December 14, 2016 Bob Sullivan 4

There’s fresh evidence out Wednesday to show the ransomware epidemic has staying power. Why? Victims are paying ransoms for their data, that’s why. Madison County, Indiana made headlines last week because it admitted a recent ransomware attack will cost taxpayers there $220,000 — some to the hackers, most for security [Keep reading]

1 2