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Good news! Startup employees get a tax break. But let’s not pretend anyone at a startup takes a paycut anymore

Yesterday, the House of Representatives passed the “Empowering Employees Through Stock Ownership Act.” It’s not quite as catchy as the JOBS act, is it? The bill makes it easier for startup employees to exercise options because it allows them to defer income taxes on the stock for up to five years. Show More Summary

Presidential Debate Moderators Are Representing the People and Must Act Like Journalists

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Lester Holt, Martha Raddatz, Anderson Cooper and Chris Wallace have a tough job. And no matter what they do in representing the public and their media colleagues in the presidential debates, they will be criticized.

OnlyOnAOL: Kevin James has the best career switch in mind

By: Donna Freydkin Kevin James, who has four kids with wife Steffiana de la Cruz, can imagine his life if the whole acting thing ended tomorrow. "I'd spend time with the family. What other job would I get? Depends on what I was capable of doing. Show More Summary

Watch: Cadu Tenório - “Nozsa Wars”

There’s a lot to this job so listen up. When grooming the monkey, it’s useless — remember this — to ask a monkey to act paranormal. When grooming the monkey choir, we’ve got one monkey running out the window, one monkey swinging on the...Show More Summary

Is it a debate moderator’s job to fact-check?

When Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump take the stage in New York, they may be the only ones fact checking each other. After an incident involving CNN’s Candy Crowley in the 2012 election, journalists who act as debate moderators may be much slower to correct the candidates in front of millions of Americans - but is that a good thing? … Click to Continue »

Employers Really Act Stupid at Times

As a career coach, I’m often asked to help job seekers evaluate more than one job offer that they’ve received within a short time period. Such a phenomenon is happening more often than logic would bear: a job seeker searches for months...Show More Summary

Trump: Cops know who terrorists are but don’t act for fear or profiling

Donald Trump is saying the police are not doing their jobs to be politically correct. “Our local police, they know a lot of who these people are. They are afraid to do anything about it because they don’t want to be accused of profiling, they don’t want to be accused of all sorts of things,” [...]

The 17 best-value MBAs in the world

While a master's degree in business administration (MBA) can act as a ticket to a high-paying job, the courses do not come cheap. And some are better value than others. To find out which provide the best value for money, salary-benchmarking...Show More Summary

"We can't afford to act as if there's some equivalence here."

During a campaign event in Philly today, President Obama let loose on the press, telling them to do their jobs—and defending his friend Hillary Clinton in the process—and it was a thing of beauty: We cannot afford to take this election for granted. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Someone acted out an entire Blues Brothers spec script via Twitter

It’s not easy being a TV spec script writer, wandering from packed writer’s room to packed writer’s room, trying to get somebody, anybody, to look at your perfect take on the comedy dynamics of Major Dad and see the glimmer of potential locked within. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: William Shatner goes K-pop with Girls’ Generation on Better Late Than Never

William Shatner’s music career has taken as many strange turns as his acting career over the decades. He unleashed his quasi-Shakespearean versions of Beatles and Bob Dylan songs on The Transformed Man in 1968. He coolly deconstructed Elton John’s “Rocket Man” on The Science Fiction Film Awards in 1978. Show More Summary

Britain's last EU commissioner 'will act in EU's interest'

Sir Julian King told a hearing about his suitability for the job that he would act with the impartiality that is expected of every EU commissioner The man likely to be the Britain’s last European commissioner has vowed he will actShow More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: This site dares Nic Cage wannabes to outscream the master himself

Over the course of his long career, Nicolas Cage has perfected a certain style of acting, ranging from unrestrained intensity to bug-eyed, caterwauling lunacy. His memorable technique has not only landed Cage multiple film roles but also made him something of an internet mascot, seemingly loved, hated, feared, revered, and mocked in equal measure. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Lady Gaga and Baby Spice playfully duet on “2 Become 1”

It’s hard to believe, but The Spice Girls’ debut album, Spice, turns 20 this month. It was the bestselling album of 1997, shifting an astonishing 19 million units within a year of its release. No act was bigger than The Spice Girls that year. Show More Summary

In 2016, what stands between people and their right to vote?

Two decades ago, Congress passed the National Voter Registration Act to remove barriers to becoming a voter. Are states doing a better job today registering minority and low-income voters? The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights tackles that question in a newly released report. Show More Summary

After Owning The VMAs 2016 Fifth Harmony Lost Camila Cabello In Missouri: Why Camila Had To Leave The Building

The VMAs 2016 Fifth Harmony act was so hot, so amazing and really blew people away, though perhaps not nearly as much as what Beyonce did. Still, the girls did a great job at the VMAs awards show, especially considering they were mid-tour, and probably pretty worn out from the road. Show More Summary

Fugitive Fundamentalist Mormon Leader Has Perhaps Been Raptured Into Heaven, According to His Lawyer

All jobs have their difficulties, but representing Lyle Jeffs must pose a particular set of challenges. Jeffs, the acting head of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, is awaiting trial on federal fraud charges and slipped his ankle bracelet with the apparent help of some olive oil. Show More Summary

A Title IX for Women in Politics

Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call via AP Images Senators Claire McCaskill, right, and Susan Collins, right, conduct a news conference in the Capitol to announce a new bipartisan jobs bill entitled the Bipartisan Jobs Creation Act, December 6,...Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: See Paul Rudd’s humble beginnings in a 1991 Nintendo ad

Paul Rudd didn’t start out at an Ant-Man level, nor even at a Brian Fantana level, of acting. He didn’t emerge fully formed in 1995’s Clueless, either. Not hardly. Instead, this dangerously affable everyman gradually gained America’s trust over the course of the 1990s through his work in film, theater, and especially television. Show More Summary

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