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Tue, Oct 14, 2014 1:33 PM
When Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella suggested that women should trust karma to get paid what they deserve, he inadvertently confirmed a long-standing problem.
New research takes a closer look at wealth and financial inequality and finds that the more money you have, the less likely you are to share.
From at-your-desk jam sessions to setting aside emails while on a deadline, here are some ways to make your day at the office a little smoother.
So, what did the billionaire bestow upon the unsuspecting giftee?
Did your favorite school make the list as one of the 10 greenest colleges in the U.S.?
Just because you're shopping at the last minute doesn't mean you're destined to make bad decisions.
For knowledge workers, it's just plain unproductive to try to work 8 hours at a stretch.
World Wildlife Fund, the Red Cross and UNICEF are among the first users of the new 'Donate Now' button.
If you have kids, you may need to take a closer look at the 529 investment plan. Here's why.
Transformational leadership isn't always what it's cracked up to be. A new study shows it may be better to be seen as part of the group.
Someone's got to pay for it, right? Here we dive into the fine print and dish on the details.
What will you gain with an MBA in sustainable business? This infographic spells out the big-picture benefits of this fast-growing field.
A 20-minute kip can improve mood, recharge energy and increase productivity.
Fast food and environmentalism aren't always seen as compatible. The owner of this green-built McDonald's hopes to change that.
Video: Jack MacDonald was a multimillionaire, but most people who knew him were unaware of his fortune until he died in September, leaving $187.6 million charity.
Open discussions, active engagement and holding everyone accountable are a few key steps to successfully integrating ethical conduct into an organization.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.