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Return On Investment (ROI) Definition | Investopedia
Return On Investment (ROI) - Definition of Return On Investment (ROI) on Investopedia - A performance measure used to evaluate the efficienc
Impatience Linked to Poor Credit Scores, Says New Study | Moneyland | TI...
Were you sitting and drumming your fingers while waiting for this page to load? Do you think instant coffee takes too long? If you're impati
Just how obsessed was Stanley Kubrick with one-point perspective? Watch ...
There are some directors whose movies are instantly recognizable, and Stanley Kubrick is easily among them. One thing that makes Kubrick's m
Lisa Guernsey on Why eReading With Your Kid Can Impede Learning | TIME I...
A sizeable number of young kids will be getting e-readers this Christmas. Though not everyone is plunging in – The New York Times recently
Study: Dehydration May Cause Low Mood, Fatigue and Lack of Focus in Wome...
Feeling cranky, fatigued and unable to focus? You might just need a drink of water, according to new research.The small study, published in
BitTorrent takes on Dropbox with personal file sharing
BitTorrent's new Share app offers users a way to privately share files of unlimited file size with others without paying for a cloud storage
Asia skyscraper building boom may be sign of impending economic collapse...
A skyscraper building boom in China and India may be a sign of an impending economic collapse, according to financial experts.
Singapore Cab Driver Returns $900,000 to Forgetful Passengers
Turns out you can still count on the kindness of strangers
How $50,000 Can Bring People Happiness | Moneyland | TIME.com
A new poll by the Marist Institute for Public Opinion suggests that as little as $50,000 brings about genuine happiness.
Jobs: How to Know Whether You Should Switch Employers | Moneyland | TIME...
Is now a good time to switch employers? Or is it wiser to stick with your current job and make the best of it? The days in which workers cou
Working-class pupils lose out because they are 'too polite' - Telegraph
Middle-class children are more likely to put their hands up in the classroom and ask questions than peers from working class homes, research