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10 Women Who Were Made Famous by Their Hair Color

From Marilyn to Katy.<p>Have you ever considered that all that's standing in between you and international fame is a $10 box of at-home color? If not, mull over the fact that many of your favorite leading ladies took the peroxide plunge on their quest for stardom—and never looked back. Here, find 10 …

David Alan Grier Offers Some Very Helpful Advice On How To Tell Black People Apart

Jack White Gets Weird (And Has Actual Fun!) On His Very Good New Album<p>Steven Hyden 03.21.18 10 hours ago<p>Yo La Tengo’s Masterful New Album And The Challenge Of Old Bands Finding New Ways To Be Great<p>Steven Hyden 03.15.18 6 days ago<p>Uproxx Music’s March Showcase For The RX Features Haley Heynderickx At …

Cheeky: Facebook blocks ads by MeUndies, which retaliates brilliantly

Some brands would take having their photos removed from Facebook as a sign that they should more closely adhere to the social network’s rules about …

The markets look like they’re bracing for a gut punch

Boring is the new exciting.<p>Like everyone else on earth, we’ve noted the pounding that high-flying tech stocks have taken in recent days. While sexy stocks such as Tesla, Netflix, Twitter and Facebook have captured people’s imagination over the last year, the truth is that, this year, investors have …

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How Sitting Is Killing You

Most people sit between 5 and 12 hours a day. Depending on your job, you may be spending your days sitting more than you are sleeping. Watch how sitting is slowly killing you, and what you can do about it.<p><i>Produced by Justin Gmoser.</i><p><b>Follow BI Video: On Twitter</b>

6 Things Entrepreneurs Wish Family, Friends, and Employees Understood | Inc.com

I started my first company when I was 25. I was a reluctant entrepreneur. My sales abilities outgrew three companies, and I couldn't seem to manage the politics necessary to get where I wanted to go at the speed I wanted to get there. So I took a deep breath, opened a company in 1989, and never …

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