Uber offers UK drivers free college tuition with new loyalty program

Uber is rolling out its loyalty program out across the U.K., which will see drivers offered free access to more than 900 university degree courses. The tech giant has partnered with the U.K.’s Open University to offer the study scheme, a reward that can be “unlocked” through the company’s tiered loyalty program Uber Pro. Participants... Continue Reading →


Iran could be ‘destroyed overnight in a massive shock and awe attack’ says leaked US ‘war plan’

A war on Iran has been on the drawing board on the Pentagon for more than ten years. But rising fears of an imminent conflict after Terran’s missile and drone strike on Saudi oil plant attacks, the leaked plans have reemerged and are viewed by experts as how a US attack would unfold.  Almost certainly Iran’s nuclear... Continue Reading →

Here’s how long $1 million in retirement savings will last in 10 major U.S. cities

Financial experts often recommend saving up $1 million for a comfortable retirement. But for many Americans, that may no longer be enough to last throughout their golden years — especially if you live in a costly city, such as New York or San Francisco. To determine how long a $1 million retirement fund would last, personal finance website SmartAsset looked... Continue Reading →

The No. 1 reason millennials are struggling to save for retirement—and it’s not debt

Most millennials, 66%, don’t feel on track when it comes to saving for retirement. That’s according to a 2019 TD Ameritrade report, which surveyed 1,015 U.S. adults aged 23 and older with at least $10,000 in investable assets. When asked why they’ve fallen behind on their retirement savings, the No. 1 response for millennials (ages 23... Continue Reading →

Teachers on strike

The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has declared a strikeover what it terms as untold pressure and hardship brought on to teachers by the newly introduced human resource management information system. (HRMIS). According to NAGRAT President, Angel Carbonu, the HRMIS acquired by the Public Services Commission, has created a lot of setbacks for teachers which is affecting... Continue Reading →

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