Reading Time: < 1 minute It appears to me iPhone TV ads are more effective than Palm TV ads. First iPhone ads There’s an app for that
Reading Time: < 1 minute Financial education for the kids of course, learn from the grand master is the best way. Here it is, buffett’s secret millionaire’s club cartoon. This is a more systematic approach, which includes a lot different concept on personal finance and investing, such as saving, rate of return/capital expenditure (modeled after See’s Candy), etc.
Reading Time: < 1 minute courtesy of CNN UK (link here): translating financial jargon into plain English, CNN’s Jim Boulden tackles EBITDA and a classroom of children. EBITDA stands for earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization.
Reading Time: < 1 minute First saw it via Yahoo (actually saw it on TV first). The TV program will mentioned other baby ads: E-Trade and Quizno’s (not in good taste). The following is a complete version of Evian’s skating baby Ad from Youtube.
Reading Time: < 1 minute (Update) My initial guess was wrong. If you read the introduction at YouTube, it says it’s located at Dallas Fort Worth. (Original) Via YouTube.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Any good financial TV program like the MarketPlace at NPR? I saw this question at the famous bbs at mit. Personally I think Nightly Business Report at PBS is a good source. They are not perfect, sometimes they are even boring, like the “Stocks in the News” segement where Paul kangas usually just reports Pfizer
Reading Time: < 1 minute Link here. See the video below. Watch CBS Videos Online The only thing I want to add is: what a game.