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In Portland, Oregon, prisoners transitioning to outside life are taught a money-saving life skill that helps them navigate life after incarceration.
If you've started paying by app, do e-payments guilt you into tipping when you don’t think you need to?
New report finds that women start dropping out of the sciences as soon as they graduate from high school.
A seasoned traveler says you just need to know which kind of credit card best suits your goals and spending habits. That's how you maximize travel rewards.
When writing your resume, be sure to use action words that define specific experience, skills and accomplishments — and avoid cliches at all costs.
How digital cash for the Internet works and the story behind the anonymous person who started it.
The style-conscious soap wizards at Method unveil plans for a wind- and solar-powered manufacturing facility that will also include rooftop food production.
New designs, new features and new tools for you.
Larry's Coffee, a good-for-the-world business, takes a wrong turn — and decides to broadcast its mistakes.
Video: A Dove ad that refers to New Jersey as the 'Armpit of America' will no longer grace the state’s billboards after a backlash from residents.
If you're looking to live frugally, scratch this Southeast Asian republic off your list.
Print these free coupons and then use our recipe ideas to create healthy meals.
A new study suggests that people who dress differently appear more successful than their coworkers.
Tardiness, poor performance and the all-encompassing 'business needs' are the three most popular stated reasons for firing pregnant women.
The shrewd seller required cookie reinforcements just 45 minutes after setting up shop.
'I’m rich. I don’t need to sell more books,' says James Patterson.
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