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Wed, Jul 23, 2014 1:22 PM
In Portland, Oregon, prisoners transitioning to outside life are taught a money-saving life skill that helps them navigate life after incarceration.
Sitting is bad for your health, so why not swap your desk seat with one of these solutions?
Following the interior redesign of much of its fleet, America's largest budget carrier was left wondering what to do with 34 acres of old leather seat covers.
An infographic of the most expensive foods in the world shows that spending more than a year’s salary on food for just one day isn't as hard as you'd imagine.
Food packaging is wasteful and mostly unnecessary; sound crazy? It's not.
We don't really need to work so much — so why do we?
More than 1,000 people recently traveled to Denver to network, invest, raise money and learn more about the legal cannabis market.
Free printable coupons and recipe ideas to turn the groceries you saved money on into healthy summertime snacks for the kids.
The blue- and yellow-clad home furnishings behemoth plans to add 17 percent more green to the paychecks of employees who earn minimum wage.
As the city of Gothenburg embarks on this experiment with hours, we'll be watching closely.
To land the 'Avatar' sequels, this up-and-coming studio lot initiated a serious carbon-neutral upgrade.
With 60 percent of working adults willing to quit if it would make them happier, employee satisfaction is an important part of any successful business.
The first couple hours of the day can have a significant impact on the rest; take the time to improve them and it will pay off.
The Starbucks College Achievement Plan will fully reimburse juniors and seniors enrolled at Arizona State University online. And underclassman also can apply for scholarships.
The well-known movie-rental business closed its stores and ended its DVD-distribution program in January, but about 50 stores remain open — and one man owns half of them.
Paul Dillinger at Levi Strauss wants you to rethink the way you take care of your clothes — and he’s got a really good point.
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