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How Usain Bolt makes and spends his millions

Usain Bolt just won three gold medals at the Olympics. He also does pretty well for himself, earning $32.5 million in the year before the Olympics. See how he makes and spends all of that cash. Produced by Jacqui Frank. Original reporting by Will Heilpern. Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »

7 Things Remarkably Happy People Do Every Day

The good news is that, according to science, you have the ability to control the happiness you feel.

Will Wearable Tech For Pets Be A Hit on National Dog Day?@neilchughes

As dog lovers celebrate National Dog Day, owners turn to wearable tech for their pets

Opening Bell: 8.26.16

Carson Block vs St. Jude Medical; What does JP Morgan have to do to get you in a car today; Yellen, Yellen, Yellen; Couple takes wedding pictures on volcano aside hot lava; and more.

Clapping With One Hand

Continuing our series on Famous Tax Quotes (quotes from court opinions and rulings with language that is colorful or that concisely states an important tax principle) today's tax quote is: The Commissioner’s position is the legal equivalent of trying to clap with one hand. Eshel v. Commr., No. 14-1215 (D.C. Cir. August 5, 2016).

Tyson Foods Fined $263,000 Over Unsafe Working Conditions In Poultry Plant

The government just cracked down on the country’s largest meat and poultry processor for endangering its employees. It all began with a report to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration of a finger amputation at a Tyson Foods chicken processing plant in Texas. OSHA investigators determined the worker’s finger got stuck in an unguarded conveyer […]

Takata shortlists Daicel, KKR, Ningbo, others in rescue search: sources

TOKYO (Reuters) - Takata Corp has shortlisted six or seven companies, including a competitor and private-equity funds, as potential financial investors to bail out the Japanese car-parts maker, people involved in the process said. Japanese...Show More Summary

Europe is planning to force search engines to pay news sites to use their content

Europe plans to give media companies the power to demand payment from search engines like Google when snippets of their content are republished. The European Commission is is working on a significant overhaul of copyright law that aims...Show More Summary

Why Right Now May Be The Best Time Of The Year To Find A Job

Are you a mature job-seeker who has been out there for a while? Are you losing energy and confidence in your options and opportunities? Have your hopes been dashed over and over again? If these feelings describe what you are going through, take heart. Show More Summary

Pulse Nightclub Shooting Victims: Orlando Health And Florida Hospital Step Up

The victims of the shootings at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando who were treated at Orlando Regional Health System as well as Florida Hospital will not be billed for out of pocket costs for treatment received in the hospital or emergency department, according to a recent statement released by Orlando Health [...]

10 Businesses You Can Start to Target the Hipster Crowd

Want to target those who represent our future, our tomorrow? These types of businesses are aimed right at the in crowd.

Best Buy Beats The Competition And Gains Momentum

In a very tough category, consumer electronics, Best Buy is thriving. Best Buy’s better than anticipated second quarter 2016 sales and earnings report reflects its focus on controlling what it can control. Aggressive marketing is also making a difference. The company was able to beat the competition by establishing leadership [...]

A Tale of Two Cities’ English Requirements

Why is New York scrapping its language test for cab drivers at the same time London is planning to enact a similar one?

Exempt Employees with Same Titles and Different Rules

Hello, I am a salaried employee at a hospital. Despite the fact that there is no official start time for us (3 total), 2 full-time, 1 part-time, the full-time employees work 4 days and the part-time works 3. I am being told that I am late at least once a week. Respectfully, office operating hours […]

Procurement Lessons From the Cast of Friends

Categories: Guest Post, Procurement Tags: Incendiary Tidbits, L1 Spend Matters welcomes this guest post from Nitin Khandelwal, manager, consulting, at GEP. I am a huge fan of the CBS sitcom Friends. Who isn’t? Such has been the craze...Show More Summary

Customer Experience: Everything Matters

Guest post by Roy Atkinson. This original article was written by Steve DiGioia. When it comes to customer experience, everything matters. The way a website looks and works, the way a brand’s service people talk with and treat customers, and certainly the way purchased goods and services are delivered. Show More Summary

VW says sees limited impact of production stoppages on staff hours

BERLIN (Reuters) - Volkswagen said the impact of production stoppages on staff hours caused by a dispute with two parts suppliers has been significantly reduced thanks to internal remedies. Volkswagen (VW) will take advantage of "internal...Show More Summary

Monte dei Paschi chairman says talks of CEO replacement are groundless

MILAN (Reuters) - The chief executive of Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena Fabrizio Viola has the full backing of the lender's chairman and reports he will be replaced are groundless, the bank's chairman said on Friday. A report by Il Giornale daily cited financial sources as saying Viola would be removed. Show More Summary

Icahn explored selling Herbalife stake to group that included Ackman: WSJ

(Reuters) - Billionaire investor Carl Icahn was lately in talks to sell his stake in nutritional supplement maker Herbalife Ltd to a group that included hedge fund manager Bill Ackman, the Wall Street Journal reported. Investment bank...Show More Summary

VW labor boss suggests taking stakes in suppliers: DPA

BERLIN (Reuters) - Volkswagen should consider taking stakes in key suppliers to shield itself from disruptions after two of its parts makers brought car production in Germany to a standstill by refusing to deliver components, Deutsche Presse Agentur (DPA) reported on Friday, citing the VW's labor boss. Show More Summary

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