Imagine this scenario. You sit down at your favorite bistro for a nice meal, and the filet mignon on the menu catches your eye. But there’s something weird next to the $35 price for the steak: an invoice price of $12 showing what the restaurant paid for le bœuf. Knowing that price will, of course, … Continue reading Think Invoice Price Determines a Great Deal? Think Again.
You’re about to spend a big chunk of your annual salary on a new car, so you better make the most of that 15-minute test drive. Right? Actually, not so much. You can save a lot of heartache when shopping for a car, if you follow these four common-sense test drive rules: 1. Ninety percent … Continue reading How To Get the Most Out of a New Car Test Drive
The stereotypical image of a Silicon Valley entrepreneur is the young impetuous upstart who turns the Internet world on its head with a brilliant piece of code. Think Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Snapchat’s Evan Spiegel, or the young Google Guys. The only problem is that it’s mostly a myth. That’s why it’s so refreshing to encounter … Continue reading Roadster’s Andy Moss: A Different Kind of Silicon Valley Entrepreneur