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Rise and Shine! Get Your Daily Briefing

Gabriella Schwarz / June 2, 2014<p>We’ve seen from “Flipboard in the Wild” that Flipboard often goes hand-in-hand with something caffeinated and …

7 Things Remarkably Happy People Do Often

Happiness can be a choice -- especially when you take the right actions.<p>Happiness: Everyone wants it, yet relatively few seem to get enough of it, especially those in their early 40s. (I'm no psychologist, but that's probably about when many of us start thinking, "Wait--is <i>this</i> all there is?")<p>Good …

Pipeline through Bulgaria tests EU resolve on Russia

SOFIA, Bulgaria (MarketWatch) — If the European Union is serious about punishing Russia for grabbing Crimea and destabilizing Ukraine, it can show it …

Europe Continues To Be Defined By Two Contrasting Economic Stories

Markit economist Chris Williamson was able to sum up the Eurozone story with one sentence: "Of greatest concern is France, living up to its moniker of 'sick man of Europe' by sliding back into contraction as Germany continues to enjoy robust growth and the rest of the region experiences its best …

RBC stock hits record high as quarterly profit climbs 15%

Royal Bank of Canada reported a solid second-quarter profit of $2.2-billion, with earnings growth in all three of the lender's biggest units.<p>RBC benefited from big boosts to the bottom lines of its wealth management and capital markets arms, as well as better results in personal and commercial …

TD profit beats forecasts as Canadian, U.S. units boost bottom line

Toronto-Dominion Bank reported its second straight $2-billion quarterly profit, with strong earnings from both its Canadian and U.S. operations.<p>Instead of relying on one unit to drive earnings growth, TD benefited from boosts to many bottom lines, including its Canadian retail operations, its …

Texas Has Three of the Five Fastest-Growing Cities

Economy<p>They grow everything bigger in Texas, even the cities.<p>Three of the nation's five fastest-growing cities — and seven of the top 15 — are located in the Lone Star State, new data from the Census Bureau shows. The Texas cities of San Marcos, Frisco and Cedar Park were No. 1, 2 and 4 in …

Dollar Tree first-quarter profit beats estimates

NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Dollar Tree Inc. DLTR, +0.59% said Thursday its first-quarter profit rose to $138.3 million, or 67 cents a share, from …

Wall Street’s worst calls of 2014 (so far)

Are you tempted to follow the big money? Would you dearly love to know what the professionals running billion-dollar portfolios are doing with their …

The Ultimate Guide To Researching A Company Pre-Interview

You know that weird feeling between excitement and dread that accompanies an invitation to interview? It’s especially strong when you know next to nothing about your potential workplace.<p>But, even if the first time you’ve ever heard of the company you’re interviewing with was the day you sent in …

Hey AT&T, Try Building Something Instead Of Buying It

In 2011, the last time AT&T tried to spend tens of billions buying another telecom company the target was T-Mobile and, to say the least, the claims back then strained the imagination. AT&T wanted us to believe that it would only spend big to upgrade its network <i>if</i> it was allowed to purchase a major …

AT&T Is Becoming A Data-Moving Company

AT&T is acquiring the satellite TV provider DirecTV in a $67 billion deal, the company confirmed last night. As <i>Forbes’</i> Jeff Bercovici points out, the mega, pending transaction illustrates how the worlds of telecoms and TV are smashing together. It also tells us something about how a former …

Top Packing Tips from Fodor’s Readers

Even though Fodor's editors are already travel experts, we're always looking for new tips and tricks that will make us even savvier the next time we …

Travel Sketching: A Manifesto

TravelIntelligent Travel<p>The idea of documenting a trip through art isn’t a particularly new one. Aboard Captain Cook’s second voyage to the Pacific was oil painter William Hodges; artist Edward Adrian Wilson accompanied Robert Scott as he explored the Antarctic; even 22-year-old Jacqueline Bouvier …

Impossible Light: How San Francisco's Bay Bridge Became Illuminated

I grew up in a town just south of San Francisco, and have crossed the Bay Bridge countless times without giving much thought to its history – how it first opened in 1936 to four days of regional celebration, and then six months later fell into the shadows of the Golden Gate Bridge, which soon …

Summer Escapes Guide: 8 Great Weekend Road Trips

<i>This post originally appeared on LearnVest.</i><p>Maybe it’s nostalgia for our (long-gone) school days, but nothing says summer like getting out of town.<p>And thanks to a more optimistic financial outlook for 2014, travel seems to be on the to-do list for some 133 million of us this year, according to the …

Four Ways To Avoid Employee Silence Quietly Killing Your Business

Many employees are reluctant to speak up to their managers, resulting in vital information, knowledge, creativity and innovation being withheld – which can have dire consequences for the business. So why the silence? IESE prof. Mireia Las Heras argues employees who clam up rather than open up about …

The Week in Review: Obamacare For All

Inside Flipboard / April 18, 2014<p>Tuesday marked the deadline for most Americans without healthcare to sign up for coverage under the Patient …

The 10 Worst Online Reviews of the 10 Best Restaurants in the World

World's 50 best restaurants? Not according to these disgruntled TripAdvisor reviewers who found their meals to be "pompous & pricey" and "a pretentious joke."<p>The 2014 World's 50 Best Restaurants list was released today, and, surprising <del>everyone</del> absolutely no one, Copenhagen's <b>Noma</b> was …

Investors line up for a half-century of low returns

The federal government's first ever 50-year bond issue was snapped up by buyers, highlighting investors' growing willingness to lock up their money for decades in exchange for a low but safe yield.<p>The bond, which matures in December, 2064, attracted so many orders Monday that the deal was …

5 'healthy' foods that can backfire

You've proudly switched your morning bacon, egg and cheese biscuit to a slice of whole-grain toast with avocado and hummus, and your vanilla latte has become a big glass of fresh-squeezed juice. You feel more energetic, but you're not losing the weight you thought would fall right off. What's up …

America's Top 7 Cities for Pizza

New York is a given, but where else in America can claim to have the best pizza?<p>From its origins in the culinary culture of Italian peasants, pizza has taken over the world. Here we select the seven best cities in the United States in which to eat the country's best pizza. New York is a given, but …

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Tesla will source battery materials from North America exclusively

There is no such thing as a truly green car.<p>All cars require raw materials and energy to produce, use energy during their time as transport, and require energy to recycle–the components that can be recycled, at least.<p>To mitigate such pollution issues and increase supply chain transparency, Tesla …

Oculus Rift Now Lets You Ride the 'Back to the Future' Hoverboard

Fans of <i>Back to the Future II</i> have always dreamed of riding Marty McFly's hoverboard and now, thanks to some clever coding, you can — in virtual …

At Mt. Gox bitcoin hub, 'geek' CEO sought both control and escape

TOKYO (Reuters) - In June 2011, when customers of now-bankrupt bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox agitated for proof that the Tokyo-based firm was still solvent after a hacking attack, CEO Mark Karpeles turned to the comedy science fiction novel “The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy”.<p>Mark Karpeles, chief …