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As department store anchors sink, will grocery stores fill the void?
Americans bought so many Legos that the company tried to get us to stop
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Denmark-based Lego is the world's most profitable toy-maker. But when it reported a revenue decline for early 2016, the news was just what the company wanted.
11 surprising artisanal careers that are taking off
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The artisanal movement is redefining the future of work.
National parks turn to sponsors to fill budget shortfalls
May 21, 2016, 8:04 a.m. by Jenn Savedge
You may see corporate sponsorship of signs, brochures, and even some NPS exhibits.
Finland's mail carriers will soon be mowing lawns. But are they happy about it?
May 13, 2016, 8:50 a.m. by Sami Grover
Posti's plans aren't sitting well with some of their employees.
11-year-old's passion for bees and business earns her a deal with Whole Foods
March 31, 2016, 12:21 p.m. by Robin Shreeves
Mikaela Ulmer will sell her Bee Sweet Lemonade at Whole Foods — and the bees will benefit too.
No more work email at home? French law may protect workers' home life
February 19, 2016, 10:29 a.m. by Sami Grover
The French really do know how to put work in its place...
Online consignment furniture venture Move Loot discovers that 'logistics are scary'
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It seemed like such a good idea at the time, but bricks and mortar cost a lot of money.
Is Amazon really opening up to 400 brick-and-mortar bookstores?
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If so, the few independents still left should be afraid, very afraid.
Supermarkets step up to save dying suburban shopping malls
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Bill Gates thinks robots should be taxed. Is he right?
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