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Here are 200 Excel shortcuts that'll make your life a lot easier

Each workbook acts as its own separate window on your PC or Mac, while each worksheet acts as a tab within a workbook with separate cells.<p>This section of the Excel Guide offers all shortcuts you need to open, navigate between, and control all of these options.<p><i>Courtesy of GoSkills.</i>

Software

Breitling Introduces An Advanced Avenger Hurricane 20th Anniversary Edition

Swiss watchmaker Breitling have teamed up with luxury retailer Watches of Switzerland to celebrate the latter's 20th anniversary in style.To mark two …

Breitling

A Review Of Michael Andrews Bespoke In New York City

<i>My second suit from Michael Andrews Bespoke deserves a review</i><p>There is no shortage of custom suit options in New York City. You’ve got traditional …

25 of London's most exclusive private members' clubs, ranked by price

London's private members' circuit has come a long way since the days of the stuffy gentleman's club.<p>The capital now boasts one of the most diverse selections of clubs in the world.<p>While areas such as Mayfair and Pall Mall are still synonymous with the members' club scene, an explosion of more …

5 of Warren Buffett's most frugal habits

The investor — known as the "Oracle of Omaha" — is the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, but there's more to this American business magnate than just his job. Despite his roughly $74 billion net worth, the second-wealthiest man in the world enjoys a life with simple taste, frugal living and generous …

Investing

The books every new graduate should read, according to a dozen business leaders

New graduates may think they’re ready for the world, but even after all that learning, there’s still room in their heads for some wisdom. We asked a dozen business leaders—from CEOs of big companies and startups, to deans of leading business schools—what books they would put in the hands of a newly …

Penguin Random House

Hear 2,000 Recordings of the Most Essential Jazz Songs: A Huge Playlist for Your Jazz Education

If you were to ask me “What is jazz?” I wouldn’t presume to know the answer, and I’m not sure any single composition exists to which one could point …

Leonard Bernstein

10 Cult Classics That Are Worth The Read

It's a question that keeps book nerds up at night: what makes a book a <i>cult</i> book? Usually, a "cult" book isn't actually a book about cults. Rather, …

Out Of My System

Paul McCartney’s Most Under-Appreciated Post-Beatles Tracks

When Paul McCartney was in the Beatles, he sang about what he imagined his life would be like when he was 64. Well, he’s officially lived 10 years longer than that, and somehow is still touring and putting out inventive material — the latter of which often goes far too under the radar. To rectify …

Day Wave - Stuck

Lake Superior

5by Serves Up Videos Based on Your Mood

Web/iOS/Android: Netflix and TV are appealing because you don't need to think about what to watch. By default, finding videos on YouTube isn't as …

Oil Baron Says $100 Oil Is Coming Back: 5 High-Yield Dividend Stocks Set to Profit if It Does

A famous oil tycoon thinks oil is going back to $100 per barrel. Learn why, reasons he might be right, and five undervalued, high-yield dividend …

1. George Soros

2013 Earnings: $4 billion<br>The legend continues. In 2013, George Soros had a pretty good year, with Soros Fund Management delivering returns north of 22%. That was not good enough to beat the U.S. stock market, but it still made Soros a lot of money. Soros is not involved in the day-to-day operations …

Bill Gates Is Revolutionizing How History Is Taught, And We Went To A Poor NYC High School To See It In Action

Bryan, a teenager from Brooklyn, says his history class has changed his understanding of the universe.<p>"It's not like normal history. It's not like, 'This guy did <i>this</i> back in <i>this</i> time,'" he says. "But now I can say, I care about the Big Bang — if it was real — or I care about the stars. Because we …

Education

Plan Your Free Online Education at Lifehacker U: Spring Semester 2015

Your education doesn't have to stop once you leave school—freedom from the classroom just means you have more control over what you learn and when …

Business Calendar Gets a New Interface, Task Lists, and More Updates

Android: Our favorite calendar app for Android just got a whole lot better. Business Calendar 2 adds a slick new interface, a task list for managing …

10 Books You Might Not Have Read in 2014 (But You Should Really Read in 2015)

Lists, lists, lists. We love making them, we love reading them and so what could be more perfect than a list about reading? I didn't invent this concept, of course (far from it), but I love to throw my hat in the ring with my own list just the same. And this list is particularly dear to my heart …

Books

15 best Android multiplayer games

Android gaming has been steadily getting better. Before, we had simple puzzle games and we could invite our Facebook contacts to be our friends in games. Multiplayer games used to mean just leaderboards. There are now a ton of games that support actual multiplayer play, including real time co-op or …

Associated Press News

Books of the year 2014

It is New Year’s Day and I should be looking forward but I’ve been busy – and delayed by the flu – so I’m not yet done looking back. Listed below with potted reviews are the 23 books I read in 2014. This continues a tradition I started last year, when I decided to read less internet and more …

Here Are The Watches 9 Wall Street Titans Wear

Masters of the Universe aren't known for having anything resembling a jewelry collection except for one item — a watch. They're collectible, gorgeous and at times incredibly expensive pieces that can be handed down from generation to generation<p>Exactly the type of thing a titan of any industry would …

9 Books Billionaire Warren Buffett Thinks Everyone Should Read

Even now, he still spends about 80% of his day reading.<p>"Look, my job is essentially just corralling more and more and more facts and information, and occasionally seeing whether that leads to some action," he once said in an interview.<p>"We don't read other people's opinions," he says. "We want to …

Self-improvement

Traders Are Betting On Stocks With Tons Of Borrowed Money

The New York Stock Exchange publishes end-of-month data for margin debt on the NYXdata website, where we can also find historical data back to 1959. Let's examine the numbers and study the relationship between margin debt and the market, using the S&P 500 as the surrogate for the latter.<p>The first …

Stock Markets

Will religion ever disappear?

Atheism is on the rise around the world, so does that mean spirituality will soon be a thing of the past? Rachel Nuwer discovers that the answer is far from simple.<p>A growing number of people, millions worldwide, say they believe that life definitively ends at death – that there is no God, no …

Religion

Six Business Intelligence Predictions For 2015

Being a data-driven organization requires a combination of analysis and predictions. As we look at the last several years, big data has been the dominant force, moving from a consumer-based requirement to a must-have strategy for enterprises to stay competitive. This data revolution is seeing …

Blackhat trailer promises a hacking thriller, computer screens that beep

<b>Question:</b> What is the title of that movie that revolves around a hacker (or two) caught up in a huge scheme or conspiracy that has something to do with a gargantuan corporation and/or the government?<p><b>Your choices are:</b><p>A.) Young-Angelina Jolie starrer <i>Hackers</i><br>B.) Travolta, Berry and Jackman movie</i> …

Supercomputer gives most accurate picture yet of star formation

Scientists may finally have an answer to the question of why fewer stars than expected form out of interstellar material. So far, the best simulations have predicted that nearly <i>all</i> the matter in vast clouds of interstellar gases would eventually cool and become stars. However, only a small …