Weekly Wrap: Hackathon

April 4, 2013
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The Vatican has a new pope, numerous celebrities get hacked, and a Reuters employee has been prosecuted for dealing with Confidential to hack the L.A. Times. It’s been a big news week!

Not much has occurred on the financial front, however, however we’re formally on a one-month countdown before taxes are due. Have you been prepping?

In other news:

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  • Some significant celebrities (Kim Kardashian, Ashton Kutcher and Britney Spears, among others) were presumably hacked today, and a great deal of their financial information was made public, consisting of the amount of financial obligation they owe.
  • Apparently the rich pay 70 % of all income taxes and control about 40 % of the entire nation’s wealth. Now that’s just crazy talk.
  • In today’s version of MBT Talks, we cover how we tip, and the general consensus falls on the 15-20 % array, something our readers concur with also. Vote in our poll and share how you tip!