Weekly Roundup: Online Safety, Reputation, Retirement, and Pandora

| June 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

The Weekly Roundup is a collection of online articles from the past week that I found particularly noteworthy, educational, or enjoyable. The articles typically fit into the technology and finance themes of Modern Saver, but there are no rules. Please post your reactions in the Comment section.

Is it Safe to Bank Online? – On the heels of major security breaches at Citibank, Sony, and Lockheed Martin, many consumers are wondering if it’s still safe to shop online. The answer is a qualified “yes.” Make sure you’re following the 10 online security recommendations listed in this article.

Google Launches Tool for Online Reputation Management – In addition to hiding your Google profile from search results, Google has launched a service specific to managing your identity online. The tool, called “Me on the Web,” can alert you whenever new content about you pops up on the web.

You’re Not as Far Behind on Retirement Savings as You Think – Matthew Amster-Burton’s well researched article explains why you may not be as far behind on retirement as you may think.

Pandora Plunges Below it’s Initial Public Offering Price – Following it’s IPO on Wednesday, Pandora (NYSE:P) has steadily dropped 24 percent to a price of $13.26 per share as of 4:15pm on June 16, 2011.


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