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Apple reportedly wants to raise the price of the iPhone by $100

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Even in the post-Steve Jobs era, Apple is thinking different.

Of course Princeton University has a secret society for the biggest drinkers on campus

10:33 AM 03/14/2014

By Peter Jacobs

Arizona student journalist bullies Washington State, gets bullied back, whines

7:46 AM 11/20/2013

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.

Woman rows solo across the North Atlantic

3:25 PM 11/13/2013

Canadian rower Mylène Paquette, 35, just became the first North American woman to row solo across the North Atlantic ocean.

Foreigners share what they find most surprising about America

2:23 PM 11/12/2013

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 Internet Of Things’ Will Completely Change How We Use Nearly Every Consumer Product

11:00 AM 11/11/2013

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 12 most bizarre eating habits of highly successful people

1:59 PM 10/22/2013

The most successful people follow daily rituals that keep them aligned and consistent and free their minds to think about more important things.

What McDonald’s new ‘Dollar Menu & More’ means for customers

1:37 PM 10/22/2013

On Nov. 4, McDonald's will roll out the new "Dollar Menu & More."

15 companies that employees want to work for the most

10:44 AM 10/17/2013

Having a strong "talent brand" makes it easier for companies to attract and retain the brightest minds in the industry.

CHART OF THE DAY: Manufacturers haven’t been this optimistic in over a decade

10:41 AM 10/17/2013

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.

Facebook’s Top Marketing Partners Offer Their Best Insights For Building Successful Campaigns

10:15 AM 10/17/2013

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

9:48 AM 10/17/2013

Twitter amended its S-1 filing to include third quarter performance revealing a similar story to what we reported in early October: User growth continues to slow, but revenues keep climbing higher.

JP Morgan will settle the ‘London Whale’ case for $100 million and admit wrongdoing

10:19 AM 10/16/2013

The massive growth in mobile media consumption explains why the mobile industry is refocusing on content

10:15 AM 10/16/2013

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?

Here’s What Ads On Instagram Might Look Like

9:59 AM 10/16/2013

Ads are coming to Instagram, whether you like it or not.

Foursquare User Base Expands To 40 Million, With Growth Fueled By International Markets

9:31 AM 10/16/2013

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

3:22 PM 10/15/2013

The 2014 CTS is an important car for Cadillac.

The craziest things people have said to their bosses without being fired

3:21 PM 10/14/2013

Even the best of us have fantasized about saying ridiculously inappropriate things to our bosses.

The majority of college admissions officers do not check applicants’ social media profiles

1:21 PM 10/14/2013

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.