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American retail workers steal more than shoplifters. Pinterest says its male users have doubled in the past year. A company gets $100 million to remake the cash register.
Chris Pouy couldn’t help but wonder: Had he picked the wrong audience for his drink?
We're still losing money, but we ran the numbers on the total costs of doing a layoff — and here's what we found.
Military-friendly companies. Could a drop in lending be good news for small businesses? Is Igor Pasternak on the verge of revolutionizing shipping?
The website developer charged me $26,500. And it probably cost another $32,000 to get the site up. What do you think?
Seven-day postal service. Republicans don't always hate business regulations. Is maple syrup good for anything besides pancakes and French toast?
Everyone told our new blogger she should go for it, and she went for it. And then the growth stopped. Now she is re-thinking everything, which is what she will be writing about.
The economy is producing steady gains on jobs. Oyster farming is booming. And here's why the new soda tax in Berkeley, Calif., may not reduce obesity.
In April, we finally had enough photographs ready to load into the development site to get a sense of how it looked. It looked horrible.
The Save American Workers Act would raise the threshold for full-time work — and eligibility for employer-sponsored health insurance — from 30 hours to 40 hours a week.
More business-related election returns. After 20 years, the banner ad is finally in decline. And there's a Bitcoin-only cafe in Prague.
"I was the only woman in the class,” she said, “All the guys either wanted to talk to me or didn’t want me to be there.”
Fran Free faced a classic start-up dilemma: She needed to ramp up production to realize economies of scale and reduce her costs, but she lacked the large contracts that would allow her to raise the capital to do so.
For Richard Thomas, it took many years of losing money and plugging away.
The private sector created 230,000 jobs in October. New York is becoming doughnut city. And how did Taylor Swift sell a million copies of her album in a week? It's called #taylurking.
It is not “right-sizing,” it is not a “reduction in force,” it is not a “rebalancing.” It is a layoff.
Health Care Service Corporation sees an opportunity to attract small businesses that have not previously offered health insurance.
Why the economy and voter perception of the economy are two different things. A study shows that shorter email subject lines deliver higher open rates. Is it possible to go an entire week using only mobile payment?
In the end, the owner identified six companies to contact.
The comment, an owner says, was an expression of his frustration with just how complex the Affordable Care Act is and how the resulting confusion has paralyzed his company.