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Wed, Jul 09, 2014 12:09 PM
We don't really need to work so much — so why do we?
There are dozens of symbols on packaging that are probably more meaningful to manufacturers than they are to consumers. Here's your guide to the eco-labels found on everything from paper to light bulbs.
Here are several do's and don'ts for turning a holiday gig into a full time one.
Organize your workspace for less stress and more ease.
Thanks to well-planned renovations, some century-old skyscrapers are among the greenest buildings on the planet.
LaunchCode aims to match computer programmers with companies facing a coding talent shortage.
In their seasonal 30- to 45-day runs, some of these spooky attractions are expected to generate more than $1 billion in revenue.
Modern society requires a whole new set of manners, but don't worry — etiquette expert Barbara Pachter's got you covered.
For employees who dread going back to work on Mondays, preparing on Friday may help ease anxiety.
The coffee chain takes a jab at D.C. with a unity-inspired pay-it-forward promotion.
Women taking major positions of power help all working women get taken more seriously.
In reprinting an inverted stamp to commemorate a famous mistake, the Postal Service has included a handful of right-side-up ones to spark some stamp-buying madness.
Boasting breathtaking design and extensive collections, here are some of the most remarkable bookstores from around the globe.
Who needs the rat race when you can work from paradise?
It's become increasingly difficult for employees to completely separate their personal and professional online lives.
Facebook’s $120 million housing community might just bring the old 'company town' concept back into fashion.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.