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This is How I'd Change My Career If I Graduated From College Today

What would you do differently if you graduated college today? - Lifehacker 5 reasons your first home should be a duplex - Trulia Why millenials should embrace credit cards - Wise Bread Do the rich pay their "fair share" in taxes? - The...Show More Summary

Kim Kardashian Uses Snapchat To Discredit Taylor Swift, She Responds On Instagram [VIDEO]

The ongoing war of words between Taylor Swift, Kim Karsashian and her husband Kayne West would usually not be worth paying attention to. But it unfolded entirely on two fairly new social platforms, leaving traditional media mere observers, and allowing each side to make their argument to fans without any...

Fair Game: Investors Get Stung Twice by Executives’ Lavish Pay Packages

Shareholders suffer when generous stock grants dilute the value of their stakes, and then again when companies buy back stock to counter that dilution.

The Firms That Are Losing The Battle In Biglaw’s Salary Wars

Pay your associates fairly now, or pay the price later. The choice is up to you.

Controversial Bill In House of Reps. Would Make Minor League Ballplayers Second-Class Citizens

With a legal case working its way through the courts that would allow players in Minor League Baseball to earn overtime pay, a bill in the U.S. House of Representatives would work to exclude players in the minors from the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Pennsylvania’s Large Utility Customers Shouldn’t Opt Out of Paying their Fair Share to Reduce Energy Waste

Currently there is an attempt in Pennsylvania’s statehouse to allow large utility customers to shirk their responsibility to reduce their energy waste. Senate Bill 805 would allow large industrial and commercial companies to opt out of Act 129, the Pennsylvanian statewide initiative to create a more energy-efficient economy.

Beru Kids uses leftover textiles to make cute children's clothes

This company is committed to ethics and environmentalism by manufacturing its clothing line in downtown LA, paying fair wages, and repurposing deadstock textiles.

WA: Study: To Live Near Transit in Seattle, You'll Have to Pay Up

As Seattle and surrounding cities look to significantly expand train service throughout the region, here's fair warning for those looking to live the car-free lifestyle: If you want to live near a transit hub, you'll likely have to pay up.

Hey, online freeloaders and Uber users: It's time to start paying your fair share

3 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

To the editor: Thanks to Ann Friedman for calling out the online content users who don’t pay for the journalism and music they regularly enjoy or tip Uber drivers. (“Should we tip online?” Opinion, June 24) I don’t see how any intelligent, self-respecting person can rationalize that behavior. I...

News: Apple’s UK tax bill under scrutiny

3 weeks agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Apple’s UK corporation tax last year amounted to £12.9 million, but with £12.9 billion in profits in the last three months of 2015 alone, the Daily Mail is questioning whether the company is paying its fair share. Apple’s tax bill for...Show More Summary

#GoogleMath: No Idea What YouTube Is Paying You?

Despite an oft quoted figure of 3 billions dollars since 2005, it seems YouTube actually has has no idea what it's paying artists, although the evidence seem to be fairly clear that it's not enough, says Ted Kalo. _______________________________ Guest Post by Ted Kalo on Medium For one of the...

Soaking the Rich to Pay (More Than) Their Fair Share for Social Security

It has nothing to do with the burden or lack thereof carried by the rich. It is because we want to throw money at the problem – preferably money belonging to someone else.

Hero Teen Calls Out Pay Discrimination, Gets Fired

last monthLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Only seven years after the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act was written into law by Barack Obama, an act named for the woman who wouldn't take pay discrimination lying down, a junior version of the fair-pay queen has risen in Kansas City, Kansas. A teen, a hero, a pay-discrimination advocate ... More »

Lower Rates For Longer: Will It Genuinely Benefit Stock Investors?

If the price that one pays for an asset is “fair” or “reasonable,” then one should not doubt having made the transaction. He/she might need to reevaluate whether the current price still reflects a reasonable value at a later date. After all, if a company’s share price...

Dana White responds to 'inconsistent' Donald Cerrone's pay criticisms: 'You've got to win them all'

Dana White believes he has a number of fairly reasonable responses to Donald Cerrone’s recent statement that his current UFC contract shows he “don’t mean (expletive)” to the companyFiled under: News, UFC, Videos

VOTD: A History of Horror in 122 Films Over 122 Years

People love to be scared by movies. The fact that we pay money to sit in a dark room with complete strangers, hoping to scream and jump in terror, is inherently sadistic, albeit in a fairly tame fashion. However, what scares audiences...Show More Summary

Equal Pay Icon Lilly Ledbetter: How To Make Sure You’re Getting A Fair Wage

Lilly Ledbetter hears from women all the time -- at events, at airports, via email -- who suspect wage discrimination on the job and seek her help. "It’s an epidemic," she said of pay inequality. "In this country, we have resources. We are better educated. We shouldn’t be in this situation."

Fair Game: How to Gauge a C.E.O.’s Value? Hint: It’s Not the Share Price

A company’s stock can rocket even as its operations are being run into the ground. But how else to link a chief’s pay to performance?

Lilly Ledbetter Knows That the Gender Pay Gap Isn’t a Myth

last monthLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

The first bill President Obama signed into law after his inauguration was the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, named for Alabama woman Lilly Ledbetter. Ledbetter made a name for herself in a decadelong fight with Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company after learning they were paying her significantly less than her ... More »

‘LedBetter’ Index Lets You Buy From Companies With Women In Top Jobs

The LedBetter Gender Equality Index -- cleverly named in homage to Lilly Ledbetter, namesake of the Fair Pay Act -- lays bare the gender ratio at the top of the 230 companies that own nearly 2,000 of the world’s most popular consumer brands.

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