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Here's What Happened When I Used The Bevel Trimmer, Tristan Walker's New Product

The Silicon Valley icon's startup began shipping its newest offering this summer. I took it to the ultimate judge: My barber. The Silicon Valley icon's startup began shipping its newest offering this summer. I took it to the ultimate judge: My barber. I have a complicated relationship with electric trimmers. Read Full Story

As EpiPen Controversy Erupted, CEO Unloaded $5M in Stock

Mylan CEO Heather Bresch has taken her fair share of scrutiny lately over EpiPen's soaring price, her own soaring salary, her dad, and even a since-rescinded MBA from West Virginia University. But even as her company's controversy grew, Bresch did something else that's getting scrutinized: She unloaded about 100,000...

Pokemon GO and the cash explosion

Beyond products, companies see huge potential in Pokemon GO’s ability to attract crowds in a way that typical advertising does not. ||| Paris - Pokemon GO has sent millions of people onto the streets in a worldwide hunt for virtual monsters...Show More Summary

Welcome To 1986: Inside "Halt And Catch Fire's" High-Tech Time Machine

In its third season, the show takes on the Silicon Valley of the '80s—and gets the details right, from plot points to on-set clutter. In its third season, the show takes on the Silicon Valley of the '80s—and gets the details right, from plot points to on-set clutter. Show More Summary

Two Guinea athletes do not return home after Rio Olympics

2016 Summer Olympics: The U.S. dominates Rio Games with 121 medals Aug. 27, 2016, 10:01 a.m. The 2016 Rio Olympics have come to a close with Americans earning 121 medals -- 46 gold, 37 silver and 38 bronze -- their biggest haul ever, not counting the boycotted 1984 Los Angeles Games or the 1904...

California Politics podcast: A climate-change deal plus a look at the Legislature's final three days

Essential Politics: Gov. Brown signs bill to fast-track development, Hillary Clinton's 'alt-right' attack used to target congressman Aug. 27, 2016, 11:09 a.m. Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California government and politics news. We've got a number of big stories that we're following:...

Gold Bars Near 5-Week Dollar Low as Fed's 'Full Employment' Rate-Rise Hints Meet 'Falling Inflation'

Gold bars traded in London's wholesale market recovered from their fourth dip below $1320 per ounce in 4 days on Tuesday, returning from the UK's summer Bank Holiday near 5-week lows as betting rose that the US Fed will raise its ke...

US Consumer Confidence Strongly Beats Expectations

The latest Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index was released this morning based on data collected through August 18. The headline number of 101.1 was a solid increase from the final reading of 96.7 for July, a downward revision from 97.3.

Metabolizing Japan, the World's Oldest Nation

Getting old can be a drag, for both people and nations. As people age, they tend to become less physically active. This leads to loss of muscle mass and the gain of fat, which causes the body's metabolism — the process of converting...

Here's what it's like to live with a supercar in San Francisco

There are few things better than the visceral enjoyment of driving a supercar. Ask any car enthusiast which driver's seat they would like to be in and the answer, almost invariably, will be one that sits low, with a big, thunderous engine...Show More Summary

Fertilizer giants Potash, Agrium weighing merger

The deal would mark yet another shakeup for the global agricultural sector.        

Negative Rates: Central Bankers Worldwide Embrace Race to the Bottom

He who trims himself to suit everyone will soon whittle himself away. Raymond Hull The Fed is stuck in between a hard place and a grenade, given this option, they will choose the hard place as unless one is looking for a one-way to ticket to nowhere one will not pick the grenade. Show More Summary

Stocks drift lower as Apple hit by tax flap

Wall Street reacts to an EU call for Apple to repay more than $14 billion in back taxes to Ireland, but focus on jobs and Fed remain in the forefront.        

Crafts Are Cool: Why You Should Be Supporting Your Regional Artisans

It used to be when you thought of crafts you thought of grandmotherly creations that might cover a toaster oven or tissue box. At least that's what I thought of, but such are not the crafts of today. Today's crafts are the sophisticated...Show More Summary

Matt Judkin Interviewed By The Hiring Guru

Las Vegas, NV - What's cool about Matt Judkin is the passion with which he approaches his business. As President of Executive Energy Management, Matt has an entrepreneurial and patriotic purpose to create jobs, stable jobs, veteran jobs,...Show More Summary

If Tech Is Hot, Is Everything Else Not?

I am the proud founder of an early-stage startup. Now, before you get all excited thinking billion-dollar valuation, ground-breaking new app or a hot, new social media platform, remember that the most successful startups still rely on...Show More Summary

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