This five-bedroom penthouse includes a relaxing patio where you can sip a drink and watch the light play on the ocean, a chef's kitchen, gorgeous bathrooms, and plenty of room to entertain friends and family. It's listed for $4.35 million with Engel & Volkers...
Early last decade, corporate America was suffering from a massive accounting crisis. Companies like WorldCom, Sunbeam, Waste Management and many more used shady bookkeeping maneuvers to make their... To view the full story, click the title link.
Restaurant owners with outdoor seating have many complaints: The licensing process for a sidewalk café is long and expensive, and once they've been given the green light to offer alfresco... To view the full story, click the title l...
A federal magistrate has recommended dismissal of a pro se action by a Tennessee man who “contends that he should not have been inadvertently allowed to view pornography on the Internet,” and that Apple is liable for not including a default filter against such images on its devices. Show More Summary
Watch: Savvy investors should view this week's dramatic market movements as an opportunity to buy into the big four banks.
Narcissists are considered to be people who have an exaggerated view of themselves. They are in love with their idealized... The post 10 Signs that You Know a Narcissist appeared first on Lifehack.
The Chinese government is buying stocks, so the economy is all better now – please resume your regular Kardashian news viewing. Kasich viewed as a bigger threat to Bush than Trump is. Uh; well…ok. But being a threat to Bush… Continue reading ?
Storms can wear you down, but these miseries can also allow you to view the amazing positives circling your life. The post Finding Your Life’s Silver Linings appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Scientists can now take a peek into a single plant cell and -- within minutes -- get a view of the small molecules, including metabolites, hormones, nutrients, and lipids, inside it.
Stephen Colbert is on the cover of this week's Time Magazine, and within its pages he has a lot to say about ending his old show and starting his new one.
Thanks to the new TV viewing technology, the consumer can simply fast-forward commercials. Advertisers are searching for innovative ways of getting back into the viewer’s good graces. Communication agency These Days came up with a non-intrusive method of achieving just that: breakvertising. The concept caught the attention of Telenet and SBS.
Perched on the hills above the Sunset Strip, this 1951 house, its detached guesthouse (almost as big!), and its studio/garage are perfectly sited to capture all the wildly expansive views their position on high ground provides. The main residence,...
As we get older the world becomes (hopefully) less daunting. The same goes for understanding budgeting and money. Check out the comical difference between how people in their 20s and people in their 30s view money, originally featured on The Cooper Review. Some people say the more you know about money, the more money you'll have. Show More Summary
I no longer tell people that I teach “critical thinking” in my classes. My view is that “critical thinking” is a poorly defined buzzword that people use when they can’t articulate what they are actually teaching. For example, look at the wiki entry for “critical thinking:” Critical thinking is clear, reasoned thinking involving critique. Its […]
Did she go too far? Hillary Clinton says the Republican presidential candidates are as anti-woman as the world's Islamic terrorists. The Washington Post’s...
Hillary Rodham Clinton on Thursday drew parallels between terrorist organizations and the field of Republican candidates for president when it comes to their views on women, telling an Ohio audience her potential GOP rivals were pushing "out-of-date" policies.
Shares of flash-memory storage technology vendor Violin Memory (VMEM) are down 63 cents, or 26%, at $1.80, in late trading, after the company this afternoon reported fiscal Q2 revenue that missed analysts’ expectations, and also missed with its forecast for revenue this quarter, but trumpeted a smaller-than-expected net loss. Revenue in the three months ended in July […]
When a tiny little loft near Civic Center/Mid-Market came on the market in late July for $375,000, it seemed like a good deal despite its diminutive size and view of a wall next door. The loft, you see, was really...
The last 12 months has seen a sharp shift in tone regarding criticism of the Fed. Up until 2014, the mainstream financial media’s view of the Fed and its policies was that they had saved the financial system in 2008 and generated anShow More Summary