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Wed, Jul 09, 2014 12:09 PM
We don't really need to work so much — so why do we?
Muhtar Kent said that companies have the "responsibility to be part of the solution for large societal issues."
A quiet, relaxed, yet productive workspace means lower stress and more energy.
Healthcare changes aren’t just important to consumers, business leaders also need to stay informed about current and future health initiatives.
Americans spent 78.4 percent of their income in 2012, down from 82.2 percent in 2002.
Washing, wiping and sanitizing will help reduce your chances of contracting the flu by 80 percent.
Consumers can now research pricing on Obamacare's health insurance exchange plans.
Female business owners learned how to think and act like CEOs at American Express OPEN's CEO BootCamp.
EcoSet works with advertising productions to reduce waste, 'redefine trash' and donate leftovers to nonprofits.
Students at Palo Alto's Gunn High School don’t have to settle for a video feed; they can attend a live TED event of their own.
Both business and engineering students want to work for the tech giant.
Disneyland is getting flack for changes to the GAC, but the rampant abuses of the existing program necessitated change.
A Bankrate.com survey reveals that nearly half of American consumers are paying more for medical expenses this year than they did in 2012.
Buffett tells Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan that businesses have rebounded from the recession, but individuals haven't.
Walmart updated its Sustainability Index progress and announced international expansion plans.
Our new favorite umbrella is sustainably sourced from cork oak trees.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.