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New Zealand, Australia, the Netherlands, Norway and Finland among others have made the transition to a penny-less economy.
When employees are in complete accord about a decision and don't question it, productivity gets increased.
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As time passes, more seniors 65 and above are returning to their office to work, with women driving the trend.
Users of Twitter’s new Vine app quickly discovered that porn was easily accessible, putting the app's future in question.
Timberland committed to help plant 5 million trees on the island nation devastated by an earthquake in 2010.
Soup icon was the only food company out of 10 U.S. companies to make the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World list.
Dartmouth College professor Sydney Finkelstein names his picks for the worst CEOs of 2012.
New research suggests that during tough economic times, government and business leaders have a hard time getting their constituency to trust them.
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Pubs with this nontraditional business model are cropping up around the world.
Video: The image of the 11-inch Subway sandwich marketed as "Footlong" that ignited an online chuckle-fest last week has now sparked a lawsuit.
The company won't run its popular commercials, which animal-rights group say are damaging to chimpanzee conservation efforts.
Honest Buildings CEO Riggs Kubiak discusses the relationship between connected buildings and sustainable cities.
If you thought that TaB, Howard Johnson's and Atari had bit the bullet by now, think again.
The granola guru has a new book out and is once again making waves with his outspoken views.
Business guru blogs about the latest in green biz.