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Work-from-home jobs have become so common, some companies now only operate remotely, and have few or even no on-site workers. http://ow.ly/z4YXh
During our Q&A discussion with FlexJob's CEO, Sara Sutton Fell, we found out some truly surprising work-from-home jobs that are hiring right now.
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Whatever the reason, there’s certain items we buy for our kids, even though we don’t want to. http://ow.ly/z39Pv
Here's a list of things we buy for our kids that we oftentimes kick ourselves for later.
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Alcoa officially kicks off earnings each reporting season. And what a dandy of a report Alcoa just gave.
Alcoa officially kicks off earnings each reporting season, and what a dandy of a report the company just gave.
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“It’s not quite breakfast, it’s not quite lunch, but it comes with a slice of canteloupe at the end.”
There are thousands of awesome brunch offerings in the U.S. alone. We've narrowed it down to a few hot spots that are worth a special trip.
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As much as the president’s adversaries like to paint him as an economic disaster, the numbers seem to indicate otherwise.
President Barack Obama has had five years to put his economic policies to work. How has it been going so far, and what can we expect moving forward?
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For the first time since STORES Media began ranking the largest retailers in America, a familiar online destination was able to crack the top 10.
The death of traditional retailers may be over exaggerated, but e-commerce companies are certainly causing some wrinkles.
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Perhaps because having extra money provides a cushion, leading to increased comfort, stability, and security.
Many people don't realize just how easy it is to go broke, even with a $100,000 salary.
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9to5Mac reports that Apple is taking its own Maps to the Web, switching the Find My iPhone Web app — one of the last features to use Google Maps — to Apple Maps.
Apple has notoriously struggled to replace Google Maps with an equally useful Apple Maps and is now bringing its maps app to the Find My iPhone feature.
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While some remodels, like decks and minor kitchen facelifts, are almost always winners, there are a handful of renovations that are more trouble that they’re worth.
Some home renovations are more trouble than they're worth and will earn you little or no return on your investment.
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Okay, so the so-called “zombie apps” in the App Store may not try to feast on your flesh, but they are a rapidly multiplying problem for Apple and app creators.
Folks who are on the lookout for the telltale signs of the inevitable zombie apocalypse can add Apple’s App Store to their list of places that are no longer safe from the undead.
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Why would you, or anyone, invest in a company that has no assets and no revenue?
The stock price for CYNK Technology has exploded over the past couple of days for no discernible reason. What exactly is going on?
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Which companies’ earnings will set the tone going forward as we begin the second half of the year?
The earnings reports from Intel, JPMorgan, Home Depot, Visa, and Union Pacific should give investors a solid overall picture of economic activity.
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