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Tue, Oct 14, 2014 1:33 PM
When Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella suggested that women should trust karma to get paid what they deserve, he inadvertently confirmed a long-standing problem.
Why is a soap company so heavily involved in a food labeling initiative? Knowing a bit about the activist history of the brand explains why.
The online marketplace's crafty entrepreneurs plan to focus on long-term sustainability, with no plans to expand beyond what they can manage on their own.
The nonprofit sector — which includes everything from the arts to human services — accounted for 5.5 percent of America's GDP in 2010.
The computer animation visionary advises encouraging honesty, making mistakes, protecting the new and acknowledging the unknown.
The sheriff's chaplain says it’s almost as if he is “able to erase a chapter of their life.”
Using interactive mapping technology, Unite US connects military veterans with resources to transition into life after the uniform.
The coffee chain joins the effort to help war veterans get jobs.
Wrangling all sorts of critters, host Jeremy Brandt gets stung, kicked and, yes, bitten for a new TV series.
As you start shopping for holiday meals and parties, make sure you get the savings available on organic and natural foods.
While there's no formula for the perfect entrepreneur, business owners require few key personality traits that aren't common in everyone.
A city lawsuit over fumes emanating from the chili sauce factory draws attention to the man who just couldn't find a sauce that he liked — so he made his own.
The American Express program offers assistance to small businesses to make their busiest day of the year even more successful.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday aren't the only days when you can get good deals on a range of gifts.
If you use SavingStar to earn cash back when you buy groceries, you'll want to check out the company's new Cashback Mall for your online holiday shopping.
Google doesn't just use data to better target ads; the company crunches numbers when making HR decisions too.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.