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Wed, Dec 04, 2013 3:01 PM
Someone's got to pay for it, right? Here we dive into the fine print and dish on the details.
Financially irresponsible Facebook friends could cause problems.
What does the Environmental Defense Fund have in common with a global telecommunications leader? They both want to help companies reduce water consumption.
Michael Argenyi is taking his case to court and disability advocates across the country are waiting for the outcome of what could be a precedent-setting case.
Too many credit cards, maxing out your credit cards and excessive student loan debt can kill your credit score.
Utilizing her 18 years of military experience, U.S. Air Force veteran Angela Cody-Rouget started a professional service to help people become organized.
It is great to be a productive employee but what happens when that commitment crosses the line and impacts your health?
A well-stocked home office leads to a more productive telecommuter.
If you're curious why tennis star Maria Sharapova wanted to change her name, you might also be interested in these other professional athletes who decided it was time to shake things up.
The majority of Google's revenue comes from ad sales, but you may not believe the ways they're putting that money to use.
More than 600 sustainability-related classes helped put the University of Connecticut at the top of Sierra Club's Coolest Schools 2013 list.
Prank candies, crazy inventions, hilarious office antics — the world would be a lot more interesting with these companies around.
Nick Carter is asking the public to help support his dreams of becoming a horror film producer.
Sponsorships, ad-supported YouTube videos, fancy trips and more await today's elite video game players.
Stretch your travel budget by exploring the many places with free admission, from museums and monuments to zoos and historic landmarks, found in these tourism-rich spots
Give your kids a lesson in budgeting by letting them do their own back-to-school shopping.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.