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How to Build Your Website Like a Supermarket

Pre-career, I had a few different jobs, from working in the video store after school rewinding the weekend’s videotapes to merchandising greeting …

Why Baseball Is Losing Its Grip on Cuba

Baseball has long been a national Cuban passion, but young people are increasingly more interested in soccer; ‘It’s a generational thing’<p>By<p>Brian Costa<p>Brian Costa<p>The Wall Street Journal<p>Biography<p>@BrianCostaWSJ<p>Brian.Costa@wsj.com<p><i>Havana</i><p>For seven decades, Cubans have streamed through the gates of …

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The Biggest Threat To Your Portfolio

Last night at the Nasdaq Marketsite, Mark Hulbert and I served on a panel discussion entitled <i>Defend Yourself: Top threats to investors in 2015</i>. The …

10 Ways to Reach Customers Who Don’t Know They Need You

Every company has a few audience segments that are "unreachable". Learn our top 10 tips to finally reach them.

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Key lessons startups can take from Domino's Pizza's massive foreign expansion

Key lessons startups can take from Domino’s Pizza’s massive foreign expansion<p>Not too long ago, US pizza chain Domino’s Pizza established a South …

97 Brunch Recipes to Make This Weekend

At-home brunch means no waiting in line, plus: eating in pajamas! These leisurely homemade brunch ideas will help you do it up in style.<p><b>An at-home brunch means no waiting in line</b>, as many mimosas as your heart desires, and, best of all, eating in your pajamas. These recipes will help you tackle a …

19 Thrilling Trails Guaranteed to Make Your Heart Race

These 19 hikes will raise your heart rate, take you to perilous heights, or bring you to awe-inspiring destinations.

Best of 2014

Robert Doisneau's Parisian Moments

<b>Who?</b> “For a photographer, the first 70 years are a bit difficult but after that things get better.” Driven by mischief, <b>Robert Doisneau</b>’s dossier of …

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The Mediterranean and the Continuity of Man

Since we first published this series on LensCulture a few years ago, it has continually proved to be one of our most popular articles. Something about the project’s distinctive mix of deadpan humor and political, environmental savvy has made it stand out, again and again, for thousands of …

The Non-Judgmental Guide to Getting Seriously Into Tea

My friend Laura is way more into wine than tea, so it took some cajoling to get her to travel an hour and a half away from home to a tiny tea shop in a Queens strip mall, where we settled in for a three-hour tasting of teas from all over China and Taiwan.<p>"I want you to see the amazing teas I keep …

From Appomattox to Afghanistan: Portraits of American GIs

They Served<p>They served in the Civil War, World War II, Vietnam, and Iraq—and now 50 servicemen and –women are together for the first time in American …

Here Are Ways to Tell If Stocks Are Overvalued

Different metrics can show polar opposite views of market valuation.<p>The S&P 500 has more than tripled in value since early 2009.<p>It’s one of the best …

Yemen's Tumultuous History in 12 Pictures

In 1962, a coup ousted the monarchy ruling North Yemen and spawned a devastating civil war between the newly established<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Gery …

Reader Recs: Signature Dishes Around the World

I don’t know about you, but for me, indulging in authentic, local cuisine while traveling—and finding the most authentic establishment to patronize—is a must. Deep-dish pizza in Chicago, heaping bowls of paella in Barcelona, and steak and cheese (with Cheez Whiz, of course) in Philadelphia, are …