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10 Reasons to Buy Disney Stock and Never Sell

<b>Walt Disney Co</b>.(NYSE: DIS)stock has had a magical effect on investors' portfolios over the long term. It's returned 234% over the 10-year period through Oct. 12, more than twice the S&P 500's 96.4% total return.<p>The entertainment giant's overall business has been performing wonderfully, although its …

How 'Textual Chemistry' Is Changing Dating

My friend and I had just seen a play and, like everyone else in the theater, I took out my phone as the curtain came down. Waiting for me were five …

Relationships

How to Run a 6-Minute Mile | Men's Health

“Look at milers: Unlike distance runners, they’re muscular,” Lamppa says.<p>Much of that strength comes from the training required to clock a decent time. “You need to run intervals—repeated bouts of all-out effort and rest—to target both slow- and fast-twitch muscle fibers,” says Ben Rosario, head …

6 Ways to Change Your Running for the Better in 2017

Focus on these strategies for getting serious this year.<p>For a moment the pace slowed, or at least that’s how it seemed to Kaitlin Gregg Goodman. The Providence, Rhode Island-based runner had flown across the country last April to the Stanford Invitational to run a fast 10,000 meters, and she could …

Marathons

The ugly war on gay rights: When “religious freedom” becomes “freedom from laws”

With gay marriage legal, Ted Cruz wants to undermine the Constitution in the name of “religious liberty”<p>When the Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v. Hodges came down and same-sex marriage was suddenly, finally legalized throughout the country, the response from social conservatives was loud and …

LGBTQI
LGBTQI
Rights & Freedoms

They Finally Tested The 'Prisoner's Dilemma' On Actual Prisoners — And The Results Were Not What You Would Expect

The basic version goes like this: Two criminals are arrested, but police can't convict either on the primary charge, so they plan to sentence them to a year in jail on a lesser charge.<p>Each of the prisoners, who can't communicate with each other, are given the option of testifying against their …

Nobel Prize
Nutrition

A Brooklyn Deli Was So Outraged By A Crazy Rent Hike It "Gentrified" Its Prices

The latest battle over skyrocketing urban rent has produced "artisan roach bombs," 5 Hour "Slow Roasted" Energy drinks, and "grass feed" tuna.<p>Jesse's Deli, in Brooklyn's Boerum Hill neighborhood, has been paying $4,000 a month in rent for the last five years, owner Mohamad Itayim told BuzzFeed News …

More than 1,200 companies are joining en elite club that could transform capitalism

Any company can stock its office vending machines with free bottles of organic coconut water and profess to care about its workers and the environment, but one non-profit is trying to make sure that these companies make good on those claims.<p>B Lab is based in Wayne, Pennsylvania, and it's the …

Warby Parker

Amartya Sen: The economic consequences of austerity

The judgements of our financial and political leaders are breathtakingly narrow. Nobel Prize-winning economist Amartya Sen considers the alternatives.<p>…

Economics
Voting

Taco Bell Cutting Artificial Flavors to Prove ‘Less Is Mas’

Taco Bell, which won over younger customers with unorthodox creations like Doritos-shelled tacos and fried cinnamon-bun balls, is now trying to …

Taco Bell

Elizabeth Warren On Rise Of The 1099 Economy: "A Real Problem"

The Democratic senator avoided directly answering whether Uber and Lyft drivers should be classified as employees, but did weigh in on the changing nature of contract workers.<p>Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Tuesday dodged addressing whether contract workers for on-demand services such as …

Brewing trouble

CRAFT beer lovers wishing to sample the wares of the Sweetwater Brewery in Atlanta must go to strange lengths to do so when visiting. After …

Beer

America’s Largest Food Supplier Trades Antibiotics for Animal Rights

For years, Walmart banked on its low prices to draw in customers, but as consumers grow concerned about the ethics of those bargains, the chain is …

Agriculture

Comcast Tries to Repair Its Customer Service

Even for the “Worst Company in America,” it’s been a rough year. Comcast, the largest U.S. cable provider, got that title—and the Golden Poo trophy …

Televisions

US admiral says the photos from North Korea's submarine missile launch aren't real

On Wednesday, North Korea warned the United States not to challenge its sovereign right to boost military deterrence and boasted of its ability to miniaturize nuclear warheads, a claim it has made before and which has been widely questioned by experts and never verified.<p>But North Korea is still …

North Korea

New Rules

Some of the biggest banks in the world are expected to plead guilty to felonies this week. Felonies! They are scandalous crimes, too: fraud and antitrust violations.<p>Finally, America will see members of the class that crashed the economy dressed in black and white suits that are hardly the Brooks …

Income Inequality

United Airlines under fire for kicking teen with autism off a flight

A mom from Oregon has filed an official complaint against United Airlines after the airline kicked her autistic daughter Juliette off a flight from …

The First Amendment Must Be Upheld Consistently, or It Can't Be Upheld at All

Being consistent about the First Amendment says a lot. It proves you truly stand behind, and with, the First Amendment. I am using this consistency to make a point here about the First Amendment. Consistency when it comes to rights matters for the protection of that right.<p>Remember when a group of …

United States

Michael Lewis Reflects on His Book Flash Boys, a Year After It Shook Wall Street to Its Core

Flash Boys, the author’s best-selling exposé of high-speed trading, made some of Wall Street’s richest people very angry. Dissecting the reaction, he argues that the furor has obscured his book’s real news.<p>When I sat down to write <i>Flash Boys,</i> in 2013, I didn’t intend to see just how angry I could …

Stock Markets

Michael Lewis: UBS Gave Its High-Frequency Traders Illegal Advantages

In his April 2015 column on Flash Boys, Michael Lewis reported an S.E.C. charge brought against UBS, and in turn, the bank refuted his characterization of that charge. Read the full conversation, including Lewis's response, below<p><i>In “Wall Street’s Flash Mob” (April), Michael Lewis reported about a</i> …

Stock Markets
Wall Street