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Fri, Jan 30, 2015 11:08 AM
Shoes of Prey strides into America with a personalized approach.
With 60 percent of working adults willing to quit if it would make them happier, employee satisfaction is an important part of any successful business.
The first couple hours of the day can have a significant impact on the rest; take the time to improve them and it will pay off.
The Starbucks College Achievement Plan will fully reimburse juniors and seniors enrolled at Arizona State University online. And underclassman also can apply for scholarships.
The well-known movie-rental business closed its stores and ended its DVD-distribution program in January, but about 50 stores remain open — and one man owns half of them.
Paul Dillinger at Levi Strauss wants you to rethink the way you take care of your clothes — and he’s got a really good point.
Well yes … and no. To answer that question, let's take a minute to talk about sustainable design.
Working less is better for health, well-being and even productivity. So why are Americans still working so many hours?
And design professor Eric Benson plans to find it. Find out how he got started on his mission and what the future holds for his new project, Fresh Press paper.
Free printable coupons plus recipe ideas to use them to make cooking at home a little easier.
New options mean a seller can receive more for a pre-owned ring and a buyer can find a great deal.
Author cites authenticity and honesty as keys to creating an engaged community.
NerdWallet looked at social opportunities, affordability and walkability to determinethe 20 top cities for dog ownership. Guess which city topped the list?
Wheely's coffee and beverage franchises are carbon-neutral and ready to compete with brick-and-mortar stores.
Which states lead the nation for working moms? And which states trail behind? Find out where your state falls on the list.
Millennials are poised to outspend baby boomers in just 5 years. The meat industry wants that money spent on beef and pork, and it's invested more than a decade's worth of marketing dollars in the effort.
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