16-year-old who allegedy used Snapchat to share photograph with friend is charged with homicide Authorities say a western Pennsylvania teenager charged in the shooting death of another teen took a selfie
Travel The Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail offers experiences for avian enthusiasts of all levels. Eastern North America’s highest diversity of birds and butterflies is found in Florida, and is
After someone reads any page, what should he or she do? Be clear about the next step through forms, links, buttons or any type of call to action. Examples: Buy your product, sign up for your mailing list,
In Northeast Los Angeles, 1,000 people huddled in the evening chill last Thanksgiving as they waited outside a Target store for the chance to snap up Black Friday deals. Across town at the Grove, the upscale
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Project Grow Challenge: Submit your essay entry today for a chance to win up to $25,000 in funding for your business. Deadline is Sept. 15,
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. eked out a rare gain in an important sales measurement during the third quarter as it reported profits that beat Wall Street expectations Thursday. But the world's largest retailer
Last Monday, the mayor of Seattle signed into law a city-wide minimum wage of $15 (£8.90) an hour. It will be phased in over the next three to seven years, but nonetheless it remains a path-breaking commitment.
NEW YORK -- Every morning Brett Lalli wakes up and spends two to three hours searching for jobs. The 22-year-old has sent out about 50 resumes over the past several months, but has received just one request
Listen · 5:42 Toggle more options Download• Transcript Financial writer Tim Harford, author of the new book The Undercover Economist Strikes Back, says the poverty line for a single American in 2012 $30.52
On Sunday evening the millionaire celebrities of the entertainment industry gather for the Golden Globes awards at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles, where JFK reputedly once slept with Marilyn There
Sen. Rand Paul (AP/Reed Saxon) The Kentucky senator thinks he’s helping people by kicking them off unemployment. He couldn’t be more wrong January 4, 2014 1:15pm (UTC) Right-wing libertarian that he is,
Unemployment benefits are expiring for more than a million Americans. Congress will only do the right thing if we speak up Is this really how we want to start the new year, by denying unemployment benefits
Bloomberg View: Yesterday, we looked at the benefit to McDonald's of having its workers subsidized by state and federal aid. Today, its Wal-Mart’s turn. Recall our discussion last month on the related
With busy schedules and other issues that arise, the ability to stream content to a multitude of devices from anywhere has become a perfect tool to prevent pop culture indifference. How else could someone
Faced with a future of declining leverage and relevance, U.S. unions have taken up a range of tactics on full display in the Wal-Mart effort, including “comprehensive campaigns” that wield political, and
In this war of words (and classes), one thing has been repeated so often that many people now regard it as fact. "Rich people create the jobs." Specifically, by starting and directing America's companies,
For many in the entrepreneurship game, long hours are a badge of honor. Starting a business is tough, so all those late nights show how determined, hard working and serious about making your business you
Audience ratings have collapsed: Aside from a brief respite during the Olympics, there has been only negative ratings growth on broadcast and cable TV since September 2011, according to Citi Research.
Swiss voters have rejected a proposal that would have limited executive pay to 12 times that of the lowest paid. The referendum saw 65.3% vote against the plan with 34.7% in favour. The country is home
But none of that matters – the high profits, the educated workers, the civic history – to a modern corporation that is driven only to maximize profits for its shareholders and pay for its top executives.
At this point in life, many 20-somethings are more interested in when the next game of Call of Duty will start than the best way to start building their financial future. However, there are those of us
Hairdressing is now reserved for indigenous Zimbabweans The owners of foreign firms operating in certain sectors in Zimbabwe after 1 January 2014 will be arrested, a senior official has warned. Economic