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This is one part of the economy that hasn't kept up with inflation. In most states, the bottle deposit is still a measly 5 cents.
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Countersurveillance clothing is emerging as a niche market in the fashion industry.
Feelings of dissatisfaction among baby boomers in the workforce may be the byproduct of the recent recession hitting boomers harder than other groups.
Consumers that donate using Causora will receive a one-for-one reward.
When a one-item purchase yields a kid-sized receipt, you know you have a problem.
Workaholics who put in more than 50 hours a week may see a decline in mental and physical health.
What does the Environmental Defense Fund have in common with a global telecommunications leader? They both want to help companies reduce water consumption.
Michael Argenyi is taking his case to court and disability advocates across the country are waiting for the outcome of what could be a precedent-setting case.
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The majority of Google's revenue comes from ad sales, but you may not believe the ways they're putting that money to use.
More than 600 sustainability-related classes helped put the University of Connecticut at the top of Sierra Club's Coolest Schools 2013 list.
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Frequent travelers have a new source of perks – the airports.