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5 Adventures Your Teenager Will Love

Once the kids hit their teen years, it’s almost impossible to convince them to go on another family trip that doesn’t include a posse of their …

43 Embarrassing Grammar Mistakes Even Smart People Make

Like it or not, words, spelling, and punctuation can leave a lasting impression on others. But even the most educated people often unknowingly make these common flubs.<p>When someone uses grammar incorrectly do you make an assumption about his or her intelligence or education? Like it or not, words, …

Language

A top JPMorgan banker explains what he looks for in new hires

His father was a plumber. He jokes that when he flew in to Newark airport for his interview with JPMorgan, he had $120 in his pocket. It cost him that much to get from the airport to New York City. He wasn't much of a negotiator back then, he quips.<p>More than 20 years later, he's still with the …

JP Morgan Chase

Richard Branson Shares His Best Business Advice In 4 Letters

Richard Branson loves a good challenge.<p>That’s why in celebration of his 65th birthday in 2015, the Virgin founder and visionary entrepreneur announced that he would complete 65 challenges – as part of the #ChallengeRichard campaign – during the coming year.<p>Four of the 65 challenges involved Branson …

Motivation

All Extremely Confident People Give Up These 13 Habits

Real confidence is built through hard work and excellent habits.<p>Real confidence is not narcissism.<p>Although the two often get confused, people with narcissistic tendencies need everyone to think that they're special. They have a need for admiration and a sense of entitlement that's rooted in …

Self-help

THE OWNER’S EMOTIONAL JOURNEY

Experience is often the best teacher. Based on our many years of experience working with business owners, we understand the ramifications involved when they don't proactively plan the sale of their business. We also see how emotions and attitudes can often stand in the way of taking that important …

Animated map shows which states are the biggest winners and losers from 'Trumpcare'

House Republicans introduced the American Health Care Act (AHCA) to replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Analysts show that each state will be affected differently. Under the AHCA, many states that participate in the federal exchange would see a decrease in premium tax credits available to …

Health Care

Why some home buyers are ditching the real estate agent and turning to start-ups

Real estate agents used to be privy to a lot of information that home buyers couldn't obtain on their own.<p>But now property listings, photo galleries, historic sales prices, school ratings and neighborhood crime rates are freely accessible to anyone with just a few clicks. For some assertive buyers, …

Real Estate

4 Millennial Men with 4 Very Different Incomes Open Up About the Lives They Can Afford

From an overnight grocery stocker to the founder of a public-relations firm.<p><b>The median income for American millennials is $35,300.</b> That's according to the Federal Reserve's 2013 Survey of Consumer Finances, conducted every three years, which also finds a generation—roughly those aged 22 to 35—who …

Personal Finance

This map shows how much the one percent earns in each county

To be considered in a top 1% earner in the United States, the magic number that must be reached is $521,411 per household.<p>However, it turns out that on a county level, the income of the Top 1% varies wildly based on location. For example, if you want to be in the "1% Club" in New York City, you're …

Demographics

13 things successful people do right before bed

Successful people understand that their success starts and ends with their mental and physical health, which is almost entirely dependent upon their getting enough sleep.<p>That is why good bedtime routines are a key ritual for so many of them.<p>Here's what many successful people do right before bed:

Sleep

The slow, sad, and ultimately predictable decline of 3D printing

I happen to own a 2004 model, a family car with a turbo (don't ask). Way back in December, before everyone started wondering whether 3D printing was on the deadpool, I tested out a MakerBot Replicator Mini for a few weeks. It was a heady time printing out Darth Vader replicas from Thingiverse and …

3D Printing

Amazon has become less efficient in one key area of its business

Its vast network of distribution centers ensures that Amazon can offer an unparalleled selection and deliver products to customers quickly.<p>In some of its warehouses, robots from Kiva, a company Amazon acquired a few years ago, reduce the time it takes to pick, pack, and ship an order, all while …

eCommerce

The best and worst states to raise children in

<b>(CNN) —</b> Minnesota reigns as the most kid-friendly state to raise a family for the second year in a row, according to an Annie E. Casey Foundation study released Tuesday.<p>Parents in Mississippi and New Mexico, however, might find reason for concern as those states rank among the lowest.<p>The …

CNN

Want to Be Happier? Science Says Do These 11 Things Every Single Day

Try them. They work. (If you can't trust science, what can you trust?)<p>Obviously, we all want to be happier. But there's another reason to wish to be more lighthearted and content: Happiness is definitely a result, but happiness is also a driver.<p>While I'm definitely into finding ways to improve …

10 Ways to Make a Great First Impression, According to a Harvard Psychologist

Amy Cuddy says people answer one question when they first meet you -- and that answer lays the foundation for a business relationship.<p>Say you meet a new potential customer, a potential employer, or anyone with whom you want to establish a business relationship.<p>Which matters more:<p>Showing that you're …

Self-improvement

How Patagonia Keeps Employee Turnover 'Freakishly Low'

First, tech-savvy human resources managers started using data analytics software to replace annual performance reviews and gather nearly continuous …

Donald Trump

Why the future office will be as much about fun as work

<b>Google's headquarters in Zurich has a massage room, aquarium and a slide to deliver engineers smoothly and quickly to the canteen.</b><p>Deloitte's Amsterdam office was designed with one empty room on each floor for employees to put what they wanted in them - most have gone for games such as table …

Environmentally Friendly

From $4.5 Billion To Nothing

Last year, Elizabeth Holmes topped the FORBES list of America’s Richest Self-Made Women with a net worth of $4.5 billion. Today, FORBES is lowering our estimate of her net worth to nothing. Theranos had no comment.<p>Our estimate of Holmes’ wealth is based entirely on her 50% stake in Theranos, the …

Venture Capital

What a Chess Grandmaster Can Teach You About Solving Problems

Have a complex problem? International chess grandmaster Maurice Ashley suggests trying this.<p>How do <i>you</i> go about solving problems?<p>My father grew up playing chess in his native Philippines, where the game is hugely popular. He became fairly skilled, and even won a few tournaments after immigrating to …

Mathematics

Jim Rogers on China and commodities – lessons for forever

That's one of the messages of legendary investor Jim Rogers, who I spoke with a few months ago (you can read the full interview here). In the early 1970s, Rogers co-founded the Quantum Fund, one of the world's most successful hedge funds. After generating returns of 4,200 percent over ten years, he …

Stock Markets

Google exec shares her best career advice for 20-somethings

Ivy Ross is the head of Project Aura, Google's secretive wearables branch, but she took an unusual path to become a tech executive.<p>Over the past two decades, Ross' career has included stints in companies ranging from Mattel to Gap Inc., and before that she was an acclaimed jewelry designer with …

Careers

How to find out everything Google knows about you

In exchange, you agree to share information about yourself that Google can share with advertisers so their ads are more effective. For instance, airlines want to target people who love to travel. Children's clothing makers want to target parents.<p>Google uses a lot of methods to learn about you. …

Google

What Other CEOs Can Learn From Marissa Mayer's Attempts to Turn Yahoo Around

It's harder than it looks, trying to change a company's culture.<p>Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer stepped into a difficult situation when she first joined the company in 2012.<p>Yahoo was already in decline and it wasn't clear how it wanted to revitalize the business. A number of CEOs had damaged their …

Marissa Mayer

The World's Most Beautiful Historic Castles

They're literally fit for kings.<p>Built to protect and entertain royalty, ancient castles naturally possess a lasting beauty. But unlike the gated compounds of yesteryear, modern travelers can now step inside their historic gates.

European Travel

This world map shows countries scaled to the size of their stock markets

Sometimes it helps to take look the world through an unconventional perspective when thinking about the size of things.<p>So here's a pretty awesome map from Bank of America Merrill Lynch's "Transforming World Atlas" research note that shows the world according to free-float equity market …

Markets

Harvard should be free for all students, says businessman campaigning for board

Ron Unz, a Silicon Valley entrepreneur, is leading an unusual campaign for a leadership role at Harvard - claiming that the tuition fees of up to $44,000 a year should be scrapped<p>An American millionaire entrepreneur campaigning for election to Harvard's ruling body has called for the university to …

The 10 Most Beautiful Snow Castles In the World

With stunning scenery and majestic fortresses, these are the cold-weather climes we actually wouldn't mind visiting.

Too many people are pretending to be rich

His mother- and father-in-law are in their early seventies and have virtually nothing put away for retirement. Before too long, they're going to be unable to work, and because his spouse is an only child, his in-laws are expecting that Tim's family will take them in.<p>On the other hand, Tim's parents …

Retirement