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Real Estate If you’re going to San Francisco, be sure to make at least $153,000 a year — at least according to recent data. Mortgage information website HSH.com recently released a list of salaries required
I was front row, center, at Cirque du Soleil with my wife, feeling envious. Those abs. I could tell my wife was impressed too. And the stars of the show didn’t get them from doing crunches to infinite.
Goldman Sachs' 2nd-most-powerful executive pulled an audacious move to get his 1st job on Wall Street
Cohn, 54, actually has an incredibly inspirational backstory, which is detailed in Malcolm Gladwell's best-seller "David And Goliath." And because the summer interns have just arrived, we thought we'd
Being a boss is hard. It doesn't always come naturally. Many who want to move up the ladder don't really consider whether they have what it takes to consistently motivate people to do good work. Incredible
A Command With Something to Hide In the years since, U.S. Africa Command or AFRICOM, which is responsible for military operations on that continent, has remained remarkably silent about this shadowy incident
Healed though still scarred, the Gulf of Mexico has demonstrated a remarkable recovery since the Deepwater Horizon explosion thanks to a mix of nature's resilience and good luck It was five years ago that
When muscle joints are pulled apart there forms a tiny cavity filled with gas which then collapses, creating a popping noise. The wince-inducing sound of knuckles cracking is caused by a small bubble up
How the 1 percent always wins: “We live in a faux democracy, which is why everyone’s so cynical and nobody votes” |
The U.S. was founded the same year Adam Smith published "The Wealth of Nations." It was just about the time the first factories in and around Manchester, England started billowing smoke. We assume that
Judy Clarke, the publicity-shy anti-death-penalty attorney, has defended the Unabomber, Susan Smith, and Jared Loughner, and successfully spared them capital punishment. Mark Bowden provides an in-depth
You'll be a jetsetter in no time. The digital age is bittersweet for those of us with wanderlust. On one hand, your Instagram feed is filled with idyllic snaps from exotic locales that are merely pipe
Kaycee Kiesz was 18 in September 1992 when she started work as a Starbucks barista. She took the part time gig to help cover costs while pursuing an accounting degree at Highline Community College, located
The bacteria in and on our bodies can betray some of our deepest secrets – even after we die. Linda Geddes investigates. In the seconds after you breathe your last breath, the living dead take over. Now
Warren Buffett’s Letter Lays Out Exactly How ‘Unsophisticated’ Investors Beat Huge Banks. It’s Worth Reading Every Word.
There’s a key passage in the 2014 Berkshire Hathaway letter to shareholders that helps explain the mindset of Warren Buffett, a man who has made staggering amounts of money over his investing lifetime.
The phrase “Must work well with others” is so commonly found on job descriptions for open positions that it gets ignored almost completely. And yet it’s not simply text placed there to fill space, nor