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Wed, Jul 09, 2014 12:09 PM
We don't really need to work so much — so why do we?
My Fair Trade Lady showcases fair trade items for the kitchen and beyond. Sales of the handmade products help improve the lives of artisans around the world.
Productivity doesn't have to end just because there's three inches of snow on the ground.
There aren't many T-shirt makers who can make the claim 'From dirt to shirt in less than 700 miles' — but there is one in North Carolina.
Mobility and flexibility thanks to technology will be the hallmarks of a new era of business with fewer corporate offices and more home offices.
Kooky fashion choices can signal success to co-workers.
Images matter, so this new venture is aiming for diversity.
Flexibility in work/life policies, like maternity leave, have increased the length of some women's tenures at the same business.
With a donation of $970 million, the Facebook co-founder tops the list of the nation's 50 most generous donors. Combined, they gave away $7.7 billion.
An easier home office deduction, joint federal returns for married same-sex couples and higher taxes for the wealthy are a few of the key changes for tax year 2013.
A new study shows that taking jobs that are similar to one another, but not identical, can increase freelancers' chances of getting hired.
Microsoft faces strong competition on both desktop and mobile fronts. What can the new CEO do to ensure the company's success?
Random act of kindness leads to waitresses' windfall in Illinois.
Free printable coupons for groceries and other products to help you save money along with a few recipe ideas to use your deals.
Some big corporations have been petitioned into making some big changes: Is McDonald's next?
Given that the company raised the threshold for non-Prime customers to get free shipping, it seems that shipping and fuel costs may be a factor.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.