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Casey Kelly-Barton

Casey Kelly-Barton

CaseyKellyBarton

Casey is a writer and journalist who follows the consumer goods, travel, and tech industries for The Motley Fool.


Recent articles

The Debt Secrets Every Kid Should Know

Nobody likes debt, but even the youngest consumers need to understand how it works.


Even the Competition Is Looking Forward to Richard Branson's Virgin Cruises

Richard Branson's new venture, set to debut in 2019, is already carrying industry and regional hopes.


The 50 Best Big Companies to Work for in 2015

Workers rate major U.S. companies for culture, pay, perks, and more. Which employers would they recommend to job-hunting friends?


The 50 Best Small and Medium Companies to Work for in 2015

The Motley Fool tops Glassdoor's list for the second year in a row.


6 Invaluable Life Lessons for Your Kids From Warren Buffett

The value-investing icon’s approach to business can build personal value, too.

3 Reasons Travelers Love Thanksgiving Weekend

Smart leisure travelers use Black Friday and Cyber Monday to snap up deals and lock in reservations for the months ahead.


4 Costly Money Mistakes You're Making With Your Kids

Fix these money mistakes now so you -- and your child -- don't pay for them later.


Why Did American Workers Throw Out $52 Billion Last Year?

What you need to know about the dollar value of your vacation time.


Why Glassdoor Is Bullish on Europe

Glassdoor CEO Robert Hohman talks about the company's new French language site, IPO goals, and why Europe is a key market.


Looking For a Job? The Tides May Be Turning in Your Favor

Unemployment hits a post-recession low and employee confidence rises.

The Case Against Corporate Political Disclosure

Why do high-profile public companies keep their political activities private?


Battle at Sea? Carnival and Royal Caribbean Compete for Chinese Customers

Carnival's sending its COO to captain new efforts in China, where Royal Caribbean is going full steam ahead.


What Hewlett-Packard and Groupon Know About Smart Recruiting

Is it about relationships? Transparency? Data-crunching? Yes.


There's a Powerful Case for Better Corporate Political Disclosure

As “dark money” fuels election spending, these companies volunteer data about their political contributions.


Don't Overlook These Employers When Looking for a Job

Flexible schedules and free tuition are top perks for faculty and staff at these colleges and universities.

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6 Reasons Whole Foods and Instacart Can Deliver the Goods

Whole Foods Market and Instacart are taking a smart new approach to grocery delivery and pickup.


United Airlines' Apple-Flavored Airport Upgrade

United Airlines and partner OTG are renovating the airline's Newark terminal to include new eateries and 6,000 iPads.


Why Are These Restaurant Chains' Employees So Optimistic?

Chick-fil-A, Chipotle, and Starbucks top a list of restaurant companies whose employees expect better business in the next six months.


10 Top Employers for Those Without a College Degree

While fast-food workers strike for higher wages, these companies earn kudos from high school graduates for rapid advancement opportunities, promotions from within, and good training programs.


Will This Help Make a College Degree Pay Off Sooner?

The University of Central Florida business school and Glassdoor team up on a new curriculum designed to get students hired after graduation.