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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.
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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.
Seventy-five percent of employers said telecommuting has led to happier employees, with 37 percent saying it has reduced employee absenteeism.
The first lady visited a Missouri Walmart store to help celebrate the company's healthier food initiative.
A malfunctioning space capsule and a less-than-stellar review for the Model S electric car have given the billionaire entrepreneur headaches.
JCPenney shoppers can round up at the register to support a new initiative from DoSomething.org, the Crisis Text Line.
Companies and hiring managers can learn from the NFL Scouting Combine and protect themselves by following several guidelines when conducting interviews.
Bullying isn't just a problem for middle school and high school students; bullying behavior continues into adulthood and is a concern in the workplace.
In honor of National Public Sleeping Day, I've collected a series of articles that discuss napping on the job.
In celebration of International Polar Bear Day, consider a donation to one of these charities.
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