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These 10 states now ban employers from pulling a prospective employee's credit report.
The recently converted cannabis smoker is undeterred by regulations that make it difficult to create a chain of marijuana shops.
If you’re planning a summer barbeque, you’ll want to check out some of the coupons that can save you a little cash on a few things you’ll need.
More and more jobs require a college degree but more and more college students are accruing massive debt.
A new policy will ban smoking within 25 feet of the chain's coffee shops.
The new conference introduces investors from across the country to Southeastern companies to shed more light on business in the region.
A Starbucks in Hong Kong is under fire for using water from a bathroom tap to brew its coffee.
To meet China's insatiable demand for pork, scandal-ridden Shuanghui International is turning to an American company to help 'bring home the bacon.'
A new laboratory in Oklahoma and corporate buyouts marks GE's entry into the fracking industry.
This blogger’s dad is the king of reuse and made a treadmill desk out of scraps.
Salaried managers want in on the tip action at Starbucks and baristas have filed a lawsuit in response.
Workplace experts share the nitty gritty on common lies employees tell in the workplace.
"HR professionals can play a vital role in supporting a company’s sustainability strategy," says Net Impact CEO Liz Maw.
Tablet users print less, and companies that manufacture tablets have creates e-waste recycling programs.
New research reveals that moms are now the primary breadwinners in 40 percent of American families.
Teaching the kids a programming language is on this blogger's list of to-do activities for the summer.
Business guru blogs about the latest in green biz.