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Apple leveraging lack of competition to increase iPhone price
Winning as usual
Of course Princeton University has a secret society for the biggest drinkers on campus
Most members puke '20 to 30 times' during demanding initiation rite
Arizona student journalist bullies Washington State, gets bullied back, whines
Wazzu won football game at issue despite 'alleged sad lack of identity'
Woman rows solo across the North Atlantic
'I am very proud I endured'
What surprises foreigners about American culture
Foreigners interviewed said they were surprised by 'obese Wal-Mart shoppers'
'The Internet Of Things' Will Completely Change How We Use Nearly Every Consumer Product
These will all be controlled through apps and websites, and feed data into the cloud.
The 12 most bizarre eating habits of highly successful people
'As long as I get that 'constant feed' feeling, it's semi-tolerable'
What McDonald's new 'Dollar Menu & More' means for customers
New higher-priced items include a $2 McDouble with Bacon and a $5 20-piece Chicken McNuggets
15 companies that employees want to work for the most
'What companies do it the best?'
CHART: Manufacturing monthly outlook survey hits highest level in over a decade
'The last time it was this high was in September 2003'
Facebook's Top Marketing Partners Offer Their Best Insights For Building Successful Campaigns
There is no better window into the fast-changing world of social media marketing than a conversation with Facebook's top marketers and strategic partners.
Twitter's User Growth Continues To Slow, But International Markets Show Promise
User growth continues to slow, but revenues keep climbing higher
JP Morgan will settle the 'London Whale' case for $100 million and admit wrongdoing
'The traders recklessly sold massive amounts of protection on the IG9 10Y'
Massive growth in mobile media consumption explains why the mobile industry is refocusing on content
U.S. consumers now dedicate one-fifth of their media consumption time to mobile
Here's What Ads On Instagram Might Look Like
Ads are coming to Instagram, whether you like it or not.
Foursquare User Base Expands To 40 Million, With Growth Fueled By International Markets
Foursquare, which recently rolled out its first major ad effort, continues to add new users at a healthy clip, thanks to international growth.
The terrific new CTS sedan moves Cadillac one step closer to luxury dominance
It's an important car for Cadillac
The craziest things people have said to their bosses without being fired
'You are narcissistic, juvenile, crude, conniving, sexist, and lacking any ethical boundaries whatsoever'
College admissions officers don't really check applicants' social media profiles
'That's their private space'
US troops need to stop masturbating in Afghanistan
Troops threatened with legal action under UCMJ
Microsoft, Google and Apple now all want the cookie to die
Microsoft is considering an alternative of its own to track users across its devices
Cool time-lapse video shows Oakland Coliseum converting from baseball to football
It's the last stadium hosting both MLB and NFL games
How 'Free' The Internet Is In Every Country Of The World [MAP]
In the last three years, overall freedom on the web globally has steadily declined, In the last three years, overall freedom on the web globally has steadily declined,
CHART: Twitter's US Ad Business Is Dwarfed By YouTube's And Facebook's
Not only does Twitter's IPO filing confirm our suspicion, but it also reveals how small the company's ad business is in comparison to other top digital properties.
CHART: LeBron James is already about to catch Michael Jordan in career earnings
He really is the king
THE SUMMIT: The story of the deadliest day on the world's most dangerous mountain
Documentary captures aftermath
iPhone 5S is 3 times more popular than the plastic iPhone 5C
'The early adopters are favoring the high-end 5s compared to 5c'
Larry Ellison And Other Tech Billionaires Are Trying To Cure Death, Too
Google isn't the only big name in tech working on a "cure" for death, or at least a cure for a lot of the things associated with aging.
The White House is already preparing for a government shutdown
Administration urges federal agencies to batten down the hatches
Google: Curing cancer isn't really worth all the trouble
According to CEO Larry Page, cancer isn't that big of a deal, when you take a big picture view of it.