Charles Passy, Moneyish

Charles Passy


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Charles:

SVB swag, like this fleece jacket, is selling for up to $1,000 on eBay

Silicon Valley Bank employees are selling off company merchandise in light of the bank's collapse, with one seller calling a coffee mug 'a piece of history' → Read More

Are you ready for Espresso Martini Day? Here's a bottled version of the cocktail

Espresso Martini Day is coming up on March 15. Naturally, there’s now a bottled version of the cocktail on store shelves, courtesy an upstart brand called... → Read More

Oscars 2023: What time does it start? Where can you watch it?

The annual awards ceremony is hosted this year by Jimmy Kimmel, who is likely hoping to avoid any Will Smith-style slapping scandals. → Read More

Steven Soderbergh: 'Movies don’t matter the way they did when I was growing up'

The director of 'Sex, Lies and Videotape' and 'Ocean's Eleven' also tells MarketWatch that he keeps his Oscar in a Crown Royal bag in a closet. → Read More

Hard-to-find Girl Scout cookies are selling for up to $50 a box on eBay

The Raspberry Rally cookie appears to be completely sold out, so eBay sellers are looking to fill the a price. → Read More

Toblerone chocolate can no longer claim a Swiss connection

The brand is changing its packaging to comply with a law about 'Swissness.' → Read More

Bombay Sapphire ups the lemony flavor in its new gin

This new gin uses a variety of citrus sourced from the Murcian region of Spain → Read More

KFC's Double Down isn't the only sandwich going beyond the bun

As one food influencer declares: 'Bread is boring.' Check out these savory sandwich substitutions made for TIkTok and Instagram. → Read More

Hershey put a trans woman on a candy bar, sparking boycott calls

The social-media boycott comes as states like South Dakota and Utah have enacted bans on gender-affirming care for minors this year. → Read More

'SNL' star Chloe Fineman says Lorne Michaels gave her the best financial advice

Here's a hint: it's a surprising tip about housing costs. → Read More

The worst supply-chain-related shortage? Your favorite Girl Scout cookie.

Some troops say there are limited supplies of the popular Samoas cookie along with other varieties. → Read More

Forget 'quiet quitting.' Some workers are now embracing 'bare-minimum Monday.'

The latest office trend calls for taking it easy at the start of the workweek. → Read More

The price of organic strawberries has soared 224% in the past year

LendingTree study finds that several organic items have gone up in price far more than their conventional counterparts. → Read More

Is wine soda the next hard seltzer?

Woodbridge, a wallet-friendly label, has introduced the wine-based carbonated drink. → Read More

Brad Paisley and Volodymyr Zelensky join forces on a new song, 'Same Here'

In the song, Zelensky says, 'I think we appreciate the same things: children, freedom, our flag, our soldiers, our people.' → Read More

The ultimate Lent sacrifice? Many are taking a break from Instagram and TikTok

Savannah Guthrie is among those giving up social media for the 40-day period. → Read More

Celebrate National Margarita Day with George Clooney and Michael Jordan

There are several celebrity-owed tequilas on the market — and they make a perfect base for the popular cocktail. → Read More

Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber will write King Charles's coronation anthem

The British-born Broadway great of 'Cats' and 'Phantom of the Opera' is one of several composers contributing music to the May 6 event. → Read More

Microsoft Bing chatbot says it can make people do illegal or dangerous things

New York Times tech columnist Kevin Roose was 'deeply unsettled, even frightened' by his exchange with Sydney, a Microsoft chatbot → Read More

Is the post office open on Presidents Day? Are banks and schools open?

The federal holiday, which falls on Feb. 20 this year, is still officially called Washington’s Birthday but now honors all U.S. presidents. → Read More