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12 Times Online Dating Made Us Question Humanity In 2014

Technology has made it easier than ever to be your truly worst self in the wild game of love. From outright trolls to completely oblivious weirdos, 2014 was a big year for online dating fails. Let's resolve to do better in 2015. Online dating is hard enough without total creeps coming at you 24/7. Here are some of the best, worst daters of 2014: 1. Show More Summary

Big Data: Do You Have a Plan?

Big data analytics is changing every industry. It's a hard trend, and it's spread is inevitable - the question is: how are you succeeding or failing at positioning your business to take advantage of it? Let's put it in simple terms.Show More Summary

Declaring Corinthian Colleges Too Big To Fail: A Terrible Idea

The U.S. Department of Education has blessed a deal under which a non-profit student debt collection company, Minnesota-based Education Credit Management Corporation (ECMC), will pay $24 million to acquire 56 campuses, operating under...Show More Summary

NFL Predictions Week 16: Upset Picks and Projections

We keep learning that we just cannot trust anyone in the NFL anymore. Even teams with a lot to lose often fail to come through in big moments. Two weeks ago, the San Francisco 49ers essentially ended their playoff hopes with a home loss to the Oakland Raiders. Show More Summary

Newswire: Terry Crews to host Fox’s World’s Funniest Fails, will laugh at you for falling down

Terry Crews is a very big and very muscular muscle-filled man, and we would never consider judging him or the types of TV jobs he chooses to take. He could almost certainly squish us with little to no effort, and, frankly, we’d rather not give him an excuse to do that. Show More Summary

After election, Abenomics to fail fair test: James Saft

By James Saft (Reuters) – The salient fact in the Japan election wasn’t the big victory for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe or the record low voter turnout, but that it is all happening in a country with fewer and fewer people. That demographic reality means that the reflationary economic policies of the Abenomics project now […]

Morning Agenda: PetSmart’s Big Buyout Deal

PetSmart agrees to sell itself to a group led by BC Partners. | Wall Street wins a round in the Dodd-Frank fight. | Fines fail to alter banks' bad behavior. | A tiny Kansas town is in banking's fast lane.

This Company Loves to Move Into Locations Where Sears Fails By John Jannarone | @jannarone When Sears or Target abandon one of their big, underperforming locations, one retailer licks its chops: home decor chain At Home. The Texas-based company, which sells 50,000 items ranging from patio furniture to carpeting, has increased its store count to 81 from 48 in the last five years. Show More Summary

Elizabeth Warren in 2013: Government shutdown is 'anarchy.' Elizabeth Warren in 2014: Shut down the government!

In advance of last night’s House vote for a $1.1 trillion spending bill, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) threatened a government shutdown if the bill included a provision that would allow "too big to fail" banks to use consumer deposits to engage in risky derivatives trading. Show More Summary

Everything I Know About Parenting I Learned at the Movies

I have never been a big fan of resorting to the Internet when it comes to parenting. Although words sometimes fail me when I'm confronting daughters who, occasionally, eschew homework for Snapchat or respond with ill-advised eye rolls, it still seems easier to mumble, "We'll discuss this later" as opposed to Googling Dr. Show More Summary

5 Big Reasons Communism Failed

Understanding and explaining the rise and fall of dominant political ideologies is no easy task, making it difficult to point out the reasons communism failed to survive. Apart from the complexity of the factors involved, the fact that so many countries adopted communism during the 20th century makes it almost impossible to figure out the […]

A New 'Too Big to Fail' Bank for the 1 Percent

Remember back in 2008, when collapsing banks nearly tanked our whole economy and people had the quaint notion that maybe we shouldn't let banks become "too big to fail"? Would you be shocked to learn that regulators may well approveShow More Summary

Everything You've Always Wanted to Know About Being in a Failed Boy Band

Perhaps you remember Youth Asylum's big late-'90s single "Jasmin." But chances are you don't. Read more...

Hulk Hogan -- WWF Rejected Big NFL Stars

Just because you can play in the NFL doesn't mean you're tough enough to WRESTLE -- so says Hulk Hogan who tells us all sorts of NFL tough guys have tried to cross over to the ring... and FAILED. And not just no-name scrubs... we're talking some…

Peyton Manning’s streak of consecutive games with a TD pass ends at 51

The Denver Broncos won Sunday, but a streak — a big, gaudy streak — ended for Peyton Manning. For the first time in 52 games, he failed to complete a touchdown pass as the Broncos improved to 10-3 with a 24-17 victory over Buffalo. It was a shock for the NFL’s most polific passer, who […]

Liverpool vs. Sunderland: Score, Grades and Reaction from Premier League Game

Liverpool 0-0 Sunderland It was another frustrating afternoon for Liverpool fans as the team failed to score against Sunderland on Saturday, with the match ending 0-0. The big news of the day was the exclusion of Steven Gerrard for the second weekend in succession. Show More Summary

Legal Wrap: Another Grand Jury Fails to Indict, Supreme Court Ponders Online Harassment

A New York grand jury failed to indict the officers involved in Eric Garner's death, while the Roberts Court heard arguments in two big cases for equality advocates. Image: a katz / The post Legal Wrap: Another Grand Jury Fails to Indict, Supreme Court Ponders Online Harassment appeared first on RH Reality Check.

Is McDonald’s Corporation (MCD)’s Menu Too Fat?

Has McDonald’s Corporation (NYSE:MCD)’s menu become too big not to fail? Jason Dean, The Wall Street Journal’s Chicago Bureau Chief, says that the breadth of the fast food giant’s menu may be doing the company more harm than good. “They’ve added more and more options to the menu to try and entice more and more […]

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