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Wed, Apr 16, 2014 7:19 PM
Bringing nature into the workplace can give you a bit more energy and reduce stress.
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.
The Internet giant is hiring thousands of workers in cities across the country but what kind of positions are open?
Russia is a dangerous place for members of the LGBT community and Dan Savage is calling for a boycott of all Russian vodkas.
The Spanx founder shares how simply refusing to take no for an answer helped her become the youngest self-made female billionaire in the world.
Televisions, gaming systems, mobile phones for a whole family and subscriptions for everything can eat into even the most solid budget.
Duracell is donating one million of its new Quantum batteries to first responders.
Video: One California family claims they paid more than $100,000 for Beanie Babies.
The new Monopoly Empire game doesn't include the famous 'Go To Jail' space.
Starbucks and Danone are teaming up to bring Greek yogurt to stores, but will the yogurt use a bug-based colorant?
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.