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Millennials Really Don't Like Debt, Aren't Into Credit Cards

Millennials hate debt, aren’t crazy about credit cards and occasionally post photos of the house or car they just bought on Instagram.<p>That’s some of what Facebook IQ — a unit of the social network that combs through user data with an eye toward marketers — found in a report released on Monday that …

Mysterious Detour While Driving? It Could Be Due to the Curvature of the Earth

Photographer Gerco de Ruijter's new project explores the places where our highway system goes astray, thanks to the challenges of imposing a …

Google Earth

How Android 5.0 lets you get raw for better photos

For more than a decade, photographers using traditional cameras have been able to get higher image quality by "shooting raw." The new Android 5.0 brings that ability to mobile-phone photographers, with software support now arriving.<p>Raw photos come from a camera's image sensor before the camera …

Mobile Photography

4 Social Media Platforms to Empower Your Employees

Who knows your business as well (if not better) than you do? The people who work in your business, of course! And I'm not talking about a sales staff. I'm talking about your nuts-and-bolts employees who know the everyday ins and outs, whether they work with your customers, handle inventory or do …

4 Things Your Dog Can Teach You About Customer Retention

When I take my dog for a walk, he may be the one on the leash, but he's definitely the one who walks me. He decides where we go, how fast we get there and when it's time to go home.<p>Marketing professionals are used to this. While it may seem like we have the power because we hold the leash -- we …

This Abandoned New York City Island Shows What Would Happen 50 Years After Humans

This is exactly what happened when photographer Christopher Payne visited North Brother Island, a 13-acre island between the Bronx and Riker's Island that's been abandoned since 1963. After it became inhabited in 1885, North Brother housed a hospital to quarantine victims of contagious disease and …

The 7 Best First-Date Drinks

You’re old enough to know the importance of first impressions if you’re also old enough to order a drink at a bar. First dates are a perfect …

Google pushes new 'Glass for Work' program to get smart glasses into the workplace

Google is launching a new program to find practical ways to use its Google Glass wearable gadgets in the workplace, the company announced today.<p>More specifically, the “Glass for Work” program wants to cooperate with outside companies on ways that Google Glass might enhance an employee’s workflow, …

Here's How Major League Baseball Teams Are Fighting The Secondary Ticket Market

Last season, Major League baseball teams filled their stadiums at 70% of capacity, which means that for most games, tickets could be had on the secondary market for under $10. In addition to undercutting the prices available from the box office, these low prices have a negative impact on fan’s …

Sam Adams founder: Beer is more than just 'cold, fizzy and in a can'

Jim Koch, one of America's best known brewers, on everything from micro-brewing to micro-lending to being a bridesmaid<p>The craft beer boom, which can and has been attributed to millennials, has been kind to brewers like Samuel Adams, which have been brewing craft beers for the past 30 years – when …

Different Customers, Different Prices, Thanks To Big Data

<b>RIC KOSTICK, THE COFOUNDER</b> of cosmetics company 100% Pure, was clicking through his e-mail one day when a message from a San Francisco startup caught his eye.<p>“We’ve developed a machine learning algorithm that is able to predict which customers will leave your site without purchasing any of your …

Real-life Wolf of Wall Street says his life of debauchery 'even worse' than in film

The controversial figure whose memoir formed the basis of Leonardo DiCaprio's unhinged stockbroker in Martin Scorsese's Oscar-nominated black comedy The Wolf of Wall Street has revealed his debauched life of sex and drugs was "even worse" than shown in the film.<p>Jordan Belfort made the admission in …

Humans, drone ships are coming to take your jobs

Rolls Royce is moving toward a world where a single tap on a smartphone could set a massive cargo ship in motion half a world away.<p>As reported by …

How Google Glass Is Building New Venues For Sports Sponsors

You’re at a Washington DC Capitals game, and decide to make what turns out to be a very ill-timed run to the restroom. To your dismay you hear the crowd roar. Ovechkin has scored! A league-leading 40th goal! The team goes on to win 4-2. And you missed the key moment.<p>Well maybe not. As it happens, …

Student Loans Are Ruining Your Life. Now They’re Ruining the Economy, Too

Chris Rong did everything right. A 23-year-old dentistry student in New York, Chris excelled at one of the country’s top high schools, breezed …

This storied bourbon packs a wallop

<b>The bottle:</b> Booker’s Bourbon 25th Anniversary Batch, $100<p><b>The back story:</b> There are few names in the bourbon world more legendary than the late Booker …

Bourbon Whiskey

Overeducated, Underpaid, But Optimistic: White-Collar Millennial Workers Feel Career Future Is Bright

For those Millennials lucky enough to be on a corporate career track, confidence about their future is running high. In research released yesterday, Accenture* surveyed 4100 business professionals in 32 countries to assess their behaviors and attitudes around the concept of career capital and what …

WHY THE ECONOMY SUCKS: Because American Companies And Their Owners Are Greedier Now Than At Any Time In History

Why is the recovery so slow and weak?<p>One of the main reasons is that average American consumers, who account for the vast majority of the spending in the economy, are still strapped.<p>Five years after the recovery began, unemployment remains high. And the Americans who are lucky enough to be working …

You call this a middle class? “I’m trying not to lose my house”

Welcome to the new America where good people with honest jobs are losing money each month — and scrambling to live<p>It took less than two years for Kim Brown to go from middle class to minimum wage.<p>In the fall of 2011, Brown was a Web support technician for an electronics distributor in Chicago, …

Associated Press News

Entrepreneurs: There is risk in playing it safe

You need to hedge your bets sometimes but there are times that you have to swing for the fences.<p><b>Q: Hi, Steve. I take issue with your recent column about minimizing risk. I get it, no one likes risk, but I have found that in my entrepreneurial work, playing it safe usually doesn't serve me too well.</b> …

You Don't Need A Nobel Prize To Be Wrong About Bitcoin, But It Helps

The internet may have brought us unlimited sources of news and opinion, but the <i>New York Times</i> still has powers that few of the new generation can muster. Among those is the ability to claim two Nobel Prize-winning economists among its staff: the op-ed columnist Paul Krugman and Economic View’s …