Business

Apple's $350 Billion U.S. Economic Contribution Was Already In The Cards

There is a lot of spin to Apple’s $350 billion contribution to the U.S. economy over the next five years. It feels like Apple is playing to President Trump’s MAGA slogan.

Business

Government Shutdown May Furlough 41,000 U.S. Health Workers

Half of U.S. Health and Human Services employees or 41,000 people would be on furlough if the U.S. government shuts down at midnight Friday, the government's contingency plan shows.

Business

Women Of Color Rocked The 49th Annual NAACP Image Awards

The NAACP Image Awards was a historic night held on Monday, January 15, 2018 – the first time ever the civil rights organization held their star-studded event on one of the most important civil rights days in our nation - Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Business

Heartbreaker: Tom Petty Died From An Accidental Overdose Of Medical Opioids

The wife and eldest daughter of Tom Petty announced this evening that the rock and roll legend died in October from an accidental overdose of opioids prescribed for a fractured hip and other chronic ailments. At the time, the cause of death of the 66-year

Business

The Author Of NeuroPreneur Discusses His Research Into Successful Traits Of Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs face a wide range of challenges in launching a successful business. A growing academic focus is on the mindset of the customer. James Nitit Mah, Ph.D has been researching this evolving aspect of entrepreneurship. In this article he explains

Investing

As Feds Prepare For Shutdown, Here's What It Means For IRS And Taxpayers

Millions of taxpayers expect to be ready on January 29 when tax season opens, but will the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) be ready? In anticipation of a federal government shutdown, the IRS has prepared a contingency plan for the filing season.

Business

'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Heads Toward Final Global Total Of $1.3+ Billion

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is headed to a worldwide box office total that is both enormous yet also lower than expected. So what caused the financial shortfall, and how relevant does it ultimately turn out to be?

Business

What Amazon's Growth Has Meant for Seattle

As Amazon weighs where to locate its second headquarters, it's worth considering what the company's blockbuster growth has meant in Seattle.

Business

Why Danica Patrick And GoDaddy Teamed Up Again (It's Not What You Think)

GoDaddy is sponsoring Danica Patrick for what she says will be the last two races of her career — the Daytona 500 and Indianapolis 500 — but the company says this isn't about Memory Lane as much as it is about her future as a businesswoman.

Business

A Strategist's Perspective On Health Care Innovation In Asia

Economic growth can bring newfound prosperity to people who have been living a subsistence lifestyle. But the convenience and comforts of increased spending power often lead to new health problems. This is happening in the rising economies of Asia where m

Business

How A Line Cook Spiced Up Kitchen Wear

This line cook decided she was done with drab uniforms in the kitchen.

Life & Style

Starting With The Fashion Industry, Red Lanterns App Is Aiming To Make Sexual Misconduct Obsolete

The fashion industry is the latest to be under scrutiny for high-level accusations of sexual misconduct. Although one company is aiming to change the way we consent sexually via technology with the goal to rid the world of sexual misconduct, and they want

Life & Style

Live Like Royalty With This Scottish Hotel Package, 23 Reasons To Travel This Winter and More

Passport by ForbesLife chronicles the latest in luxury travel, drinking and dining, fashion—and life's other indulgences.

Business

Government Shutdown: No Big Deal?

Would a government shutdown be a big deal? Commonwealth CIO Brad McMillan says the economic risks are not severe, but we should plan ahe

Business

Remind Us Again About That Patriots 'Dysfunction'?

Doesn’t it seem like more than two weeks have passed since ESPN’s Seth Wickersham wrote a blockbuster report about dysfunction within the Patriots organization that had gotten so bad it “might be” the last go around for quarterba

Investing

Don't Let The Fear Of Bubbles Burst Solid Investment Opportunities

The fear of bubbles is real, but avoiding all richly priced assets because of that fear can be costly.

Business

Now Is The Worst Time For GE to Break Up

Analysts are saying GE and other conglomerates are dead, but that's only because they aren't looking ahead to when manufacturers will run with digital platforms that cut across industries. Those platforms will create operational synergies that usher in a

Business

Experts Tip 3M To Push For "Settlement Fee" In F1 Logo Row

Formula One auto racing could be faced with the prospect of paying a turbocharged fee to American conglomerate 3M to continue using its new logo according to branding experts.

Business

Capital OneVoice: Best In Snow -- Tech Hacks For Winter Weather

Got the winter weather blues? Check out these top tech solutions to help you stay safe and get an edge on the elements.

Life & Style

Why You Should Go On Safari In Zambia This Year: The Bushcamp Company

In Zambia, one of Africa's last remaining bastions of truly authentic safari experiences, The Bushcamp Company offers an adventure of a lifetime.

Life & Style

Delta Emotional Support Animal Travel Rules Will Get Stricter

If you want to fly with an animal, you're going to have to provide a lot more documentation, says Delta.

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