By Peter Jacobs
Even in the post-Steve Jobs era, Apple is thinking different.
By Peter Jacobs
A University of Arizona student saw the worst aspects of internet infamy after a sports column trash-talking Washington State University in anticipation of an upcoming football game rubbed many WSU fans the wrong way.
Canadian rower Mylène Paquette, 35, just became the first North American woman to row solo across the North Atlantic ocean.
BUSINESS INSIDER-The U.S. has historically had a huge immigrant population. But what makes American culture different from the countries immigrants are leaving?
The arrival of the Internet of Things marks a major watershed in the global consumer economy. Internet connections will be built in to a massive quantity of new products, from air conditioners to light bulbs and security alarms. These will all be controlled through apps and websites, and feed data into the cloud.
The most successful people follow daily rituals that keep them aligned and consistent and free their minds to think about more important things.
On Nov. 4, McDonald's will roll out the new "Dollar Menu & More."
Having a strong "talent brand" makes it easier for companies to attract and retain the brightest minds in the industry.
The outlook for general business conditions six months forward in the Philadelphia Fed's monthly Business Outlook Survey hit its highest level in over a decade this month.
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.
Mobile-centric social networks, mobile video companies, and location based services are well positioned to feel the biggest benefits from the massive shift in consumer media consumption and usage patterns, even as smartphone sales slow down. But how can companies truly capitalize on this consumer revolution and adapt to their mobile-centric customers?
Ads are coming to Instagram, whether you like it or not.
Foursquare, which recently rolled out its first major ad effort, continues to add new users at a healthy clip, thanks to international growth.
The 2014 CTS is an important car for Cadillac.
Even the best of us have fantasized about saying ridiculously inappropriate things to our bosses.
While many high school seniors adopt pseudonyms on social media websites to avoid college admissions officers' searches, a new study reveals that the majority of schools do not investigate an applicant's online presence.
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