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¿Quién es el latinoamericano más influyente del mundo?

Posted on 11/4/2013 by | AARP Blog Author | Comments

En Español¿Quién crees que es el latinoamericano más influyente del mundo? ¿Crees que es Shakira con toda su fama? ¿O a lo mejor algún empresario o político de Latinoamérica? Recientemente la revista Forbes publicó su famosa lista de las personas más influyentes del mundo. Por supuesto no nos sorprende que el papa Francisco esté en la lista; después de todo, desde que comenzó su pontificado en marzo, el papa ha demostrado una gran capacidad de mover a las masas. Lo sorprendente …

11 Things We Didn’t Know Last Week

Posted on 09/18/2013 by | News, Culture, Sights and Sounds | Comments

11 Things | Bulletin TodayNews, discoveries and fun … 1. The world’s ugliest animal is … the blobfish. (Learn more at CNN)   2. Surprise: The “perfect age” is now 50. (Learn more at AARP) 3. The Beatles have a new album on the way. (Learn more at BBC) 4. A daily cup of coffee can help prevent uterine cancer. (Learn more at AARP)   5. Why Tofutti CEO David Mintz loves older workers: “There’s no experience like experience.” (Learn more at The Tennessean) 6. The latest Forbes 400 list of richest Americans gives …

The Forbes 400 — America’s Richest, by Generation

Posted on 09/17/2013 by | Who's News | Comments

Bulletin TodayForbes magazine has just released its Forbes 400 ranking of the richest people in the United States, and within it, there’s an intriguing message: If you want to be really, really, really wealthy, it’s going to take a while, and you should plan on working past the typical U.S. retirement age of 61. Only 38 of the 400 — who had to amass a fortune of at least $1.3 billion to qualify — are under age 50, and the average …

Best Places To Retire: Think Warm Weather, Healthy Lifestyle

Posted on 06/11/2012 by | Personal Health and Well-being | Comments

Bulletin Today | Personal HealthWarm weather, as well as opportunities to stay active and maintain a healthy lifestyle, are the reason southern and southwestern cities dominated on Forbes’ new list of best places to retire in 2012. This year the magazine expanded the list from 16 cities to 25, located in 18 states. Reflecting what retirees say they want, the roster is heavier on warmer states like Florida, New Mexico, Texas and Arizona. Only about a half-dozen cities are located in chillier climates, including …