Daniela Funes

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Pegatron And Foxconn Gearing Up For iPhone 6 Production [Rumor]

Production of the iPhone 6 is set to begin next quarter.<p>According to a report in the <i>Commercial Times</i>, Taiwan’s Pegatron Corp — which assembles the iPhone and iPad — is opening up new factory space and recruiting new workers in China to meet the orders it has received from Apple for the iPhone 6.<p>It …

Youth Unemployment Is Costing The World Billions

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 for an interview.<p>For a few months after graduating in May, Lalli did have an internship at a …

The Success Secrets Behind Fortune's Five Best Companies To Work For In 2014

Last year was one of sizable change in the American workplace. A number of major companies put their focus on boosting well-being and reducing stress among employees, mindfulness programs were integrated into corporations from Silicon Valley to Wall Street, and the conversation around work-life …

Lose 10 Pounds in Six Weeks, Intermediate Running Program: Training Plan

Drop 10 pounds with our all-new running fitness plan<p>If you can run for about 30 minutes straight—at any speed—this plan's for you. (If not, check out our run/walk program to build you up to 30 minutes). At the end of six weeks you'll be able to do a full hour on the road—and you'll score a killer …

Don't Sweat It -- My Lifelong Love/Hate Relationship with Exercise

"Don't sweat the petty things and don't pet the sweaty things." -- George Carlin<p>I've never been what you'd call sporty. In my teens about the only time I broke a sweat was jumping to conclusions. Always the last picked for any team, I would regularly play hooky from gym class with the other theater …

Avoid the Comfort Food Trap

The grub you think will give you an emotional lift often leaves you down in the dumps—how to overcome this bad-mood food slump<p>The term <i>comfort food</i> is a bit of a misnomer. We indulge in stuff like milkshakes and cheeseburgers to soothe ourselves, but they can actually have the opposite effect once …

How Long Should It Take to See Muscle Definition?

Because you’re dying to show off your workout results!<p><b>The question:</b> “When should I expect to see more defined muscles?”<p><b>The experts:</b> Jon-Erik Kawamoto, strength and conditioning specialist, owner of JKConditioning; Lee Boyce, C.P.T., owner of Boyce Training Systems<p><b>The answer:</b> Depending on how often …

China's unwelcome export to the US: air pollution

The U.S. may have sent jobs making cellphones and big-screen TVs to Chinese factories, but the pollution from those factories is coming back onshore.<p>China's famously foul urban air is blowing across the Pacific Ocean — much of it derived from factories that make popular consumer goods sold in the …

1 dead, 1 held on murder charge following shooting at Purdue

A Purdue University senior from Wisconsin is dead and another student is in custody on suspicion of murder following a shooting on the university campus in West LaFayette, Ind., according to school officials.<p>The gunman walked into a basement classroom of the Electrical Engineering building around …

Crime

Run Your First (or Fastest) 10-K!

You can tackle a 6.2-mile race in seven weeks with our 10-K training plans for beginner and intermediate runners<p>Okay, you’re itching to run a race. If signing up for a 5-K wouldn’t light a fire under your butt and running a half-marathon seems like too big of a commitment, then it’s time to try a …

Become a Runner in Six Weeks: Training Plan

Burn fat with this training plan for beginners<p>Haven't run since middle school gym? No sweat. This women's workout plan, designed by fitness guru Amy Dixon, will help you build from a walk to a run. By the end, you'll be able to run 30 minutes without stopping—and you'll be showing off a rock hard …

Start Running: The Beginner Running Plan

New to running? Or starting to run again after a long layoff? This is the beginner running plan for you.<p>You can become a runner (really)—or pick up running again.<p>This running program, designed by coach Jenny Hadfield, co-author of <i>Running for Mortals</i>, will take you from running newbie to 30 minutes …

What the big money is betting on in 2014

What does 2014 hold for financial markets? The world’s biggest money managers are making some bold bets for the New Year, according to a new …

Stock Markets

Gold In The New Year: A Mini Comeback After Market Bottoms?

The world’s most-watched precious metal has made a modest comeback in early 2014, weeks after it suffered its worst price decline in 32 years last …

6 Percent GDP Growth And The Lowest Inflation Rate In Latin America: Peru In 2014

Peru is the unsung hero of Latin America. With an economy on the rise and a stable government, the Andean country has, slowly but surely, found its …

Why Google, Not Apple, Purchased Nest: 7 Facts You May Not Know About Google's $3.2 Billion Acquisition

The announcement Monday afternoon that Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) had purchased Nest Labs for a whopping $3.2 billion came as a surprise to most in …

Bitcoin Competitors: What You Should Know About 6 Alternative Cryptocurrencies

Unless you completely avoided any tech and business news in the second half of 2013, you’ve heard about bitcoin, the digital currency that …

France: the new sick man of Europe

More Harold Wilson than Margaret Thatcher. A social contract rather than capitalism red in tooth and claw. Such was François Hollande's pitch to the French people and the financial markets as he outlined his plan to reinvigorate the eurozone's second biggest economy.<p>The backdrop was familiar to …