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Thu, Mar 13, 2014 2:11 PM
How digital cash for the Internet works and the story behind the anonymous person who started it.
Your neighbor with the beat-up old sedan might be a millionaire.
Unlimited vacation time can incentivize employees, but it may not be the best policy for every company or every employee.
Although Starbucks refuses to take a stance in the national gun debate, it did decide to close its Newtown, Conn., store early on 'Guns and Coffee' day.
The management at La Fisheria in Houston is banning kids younger than 8 after 7 p.m.
With malaria and polio eradication at the top of his to-do list, the Microsoft founder finds fault with Google's focus on tech projects.
Starbucks' refusal to ban guns in its stores is receiving praise from gun advocates across the nation.
Walter White's success as a meth kingpin in the hit AMC series is correlated to a downturn in real-life meth sales.
Planning on being cremated and want to do something jazzy with your ashes? Turn them into a playable vinyl record.
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.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.