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The start-up Flattr allows you to give a little tip to people whose social media work you enjoy when you like or favorite something.
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Telecommuting erects barriers among employees, impeding the informal interactions and chance encounters crucial to the way knowledge moves through an organization.
140 companies were named to Ethisphere's list of the World's Most Ethical Companies 2013.
While employers want to hire people with know-how and experience, they also want potential employees to possess key personal skills when hiring.
The fast-food chain sold around 1 million Doritos Locos tacos a day last year.
On average, nonprofits employ more people than the transportation or construction industries, research shows.
Ford Motor Company partnered with several organizations to bring maternal healthcare to residents of a remote town in India.
Flint and Tinder's Kickstarter campaign to make genuine made-in-the-USA undies was so successful that the company is back for round two.
NYC Mayor Bloomberg's ban on oversized sugary drinks goes into effect on March 12, but Starbucks is not making any changes to its menu.
eRecyclingCorps makes trading in old wireless devices for new ones a simple process.
More women are filing patents and sitting on company boards.
New research shows that many successful entrepreneurs behaved aggressively and got into trouble as kids.
A healthcare company is implementing a tobacco-free hiring policy, evidencing a growing trend in the practice.
Which cities are embracing the green revolution? Vancouver is tops in energy efficiency but Amsterdam is the most water efficient.