‘Treating’ Your Car To A Higher-Octane Fuel Is A Waste Of Money, New Report Find

There is no benefit to splurging on premium gasoline in a vehicle designed to run on regular-grade fuel, yet in the last year, over 16 million American drivers wasted more than $2.1 billion dollars doing just that. Those consumers ‘upgrading’ to premium gasoline paid about 50 cents more per gallon than necessary.

Those are highlights of new research released last week by the AAA.

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10 Things That Make Your Business More Valuable Than That of Your Industry Peers

The value of your company is partly determined by your industry. However, when we analyze businesses in the same industry, we still see major variations in valuation. So we dug through the data available to us from our partners at The Value Builder System™ and we found 10 things that will make your company more valuable than its industry peer group.

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What to Watch for in Tonight’s Clinton-Trump Debate

Photographer: Dennis Brack/Bloomberg News. The operative word above is “watch.” Despite all the media commentary inundating the media about what the candidates should, should not, or will say tonight in their debate, their greatest impact will be how they look—how they appear to the electorate with their physical presence and presentation. This […]

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2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack: The Little Wagon That Could

Volkswagen is aiming its all-new Golf Alltrack, a more off-road capable version of its SportWagon, directly at traditional Subaru buyers. With an attractive appearance, a proven chassis, turbocharged power, and an all-wheel drive system that won’t take ‘no’ for an answer, it seems that Volkswagen is about to sweep the segment ― except that its new arrival may be missing an important piece of the puzzle.

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Warning Of ‘Domino’ Effect As Sentiment In U.K. Financial Services Falls To Lowest Since 2009

The first quarterly survey in the United Kingdom of 115 firms in the financial services sector since the Brexit vote has found that optimism about the overall business situation fell for the third consecutive quarter – the longest period of declining sentiment since the depths of the financial crisis in […]

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