"People are not that smart," said Mr. Azizo, adding that average ticket buyers will always be more likely to gravitate to the lowest listed price and are not "going to realize the added fees at checkout."
Spotify Knows Me Better Than I Know Myself. The days when you could listen to guilty pleasure music without consequence are over. In the dark ages, people used to buy music in a store. But stores never knew how many times you played the albu...
"social mobility index" - it highlight's colleges that do the best job of helping disadvantaged students graduate with the ability to start a career free of crushing levels of debt. Princeton, Harvard and Yale, which are first, second and third in the U.S. News college rankings, are 360th, 438th and 440th in the SMI listings.
If you really want to scare someone this Halloween, you should think about dressing up as a microphone — 21 percent of Americans say they are afraid of “public speaking/performance.” Alternatively, you could just spend Friday evening forcing fellow partygoers to engage in conversation, since 13 percent fear talking with strangers, according to a survey of 9,282 adults cited in a 2008 study.
“So even if you paid $100, you’ve got $800 on your feet. It’s like having Gucci,” Taylor said. As he explained this, he realized that wearing a limited-edition LeBron sneaker may in fact be better. The moment you walk out the door wearing a pair of Gucci shoes, it’s worth less. “You can’t sell it for what you paid,” Taylor said. But with certain Nike sneakers, you can buy them, wear them all day, and still sell them for a profit.