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Older participants actually exhibit more day-to-day consistency in cognitive performance, a new study says.
Employees who walk, bicycle or take public transportation to work are less likely to be overweight or at risk for heart disease.
Fiverr.com offers up a bevy of services starting at only $5.
A cluttered workspace may allow employees to feel freer to explore unconventional and creative solutions.
President Obama laid out a multi-step plan to improve the nation’s housing market.
Survey data shows that 47 percent of business travelers prefer to stay at an eco-conscious hotel.
Using donated food, Springboard Kitchens offers opportunities to people who otherwise would have trouble finding a job.
Arizona State University president Michael Crow shares his thoughts on the value of a college education.
From data storage to time-saving, a seamless network of everyday objects in the workplace would make offices more efficient and productive in a variety of ways.
A General Motors engine plant in Thailand and a proving ground in Korea are now landfill-free.
The July 2013 unemployment rate dropped to 7.4 percent from 7.6 percent, but only 162,000 new jobs were created.
Starbucks is launching a massive overhaul of its in-store Wi-Fi network.
It’s a better than average month for saving money on natural and organic products using printable coupons.
Do you have confidence and self-discipline? If so, you may be the perfect work-from-home employee.
Forget buying the person behind you a cup of coffee, a couple of Canadians purchased coffee for an entire day's worth of customers.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.