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Leave it to the world's central bankers to bring an abrupt end to the lazy days of summer:
Philips brings its Android TV to market with Spotify and OnLive Gaming on board:
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Pickups from app-based companies like Uber & Lyft are significantly faster & more reliable, according to new survey:
Alibaba plans to raise as much as $24 billion in what could be the biggest U.S. IPO ever:
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A sales drop means Hunger Games author Suzanne Collins made $39M less than in 2013 via @Forbes
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Examining the influence that prominent money managers currently wield in corporate America:
Twitter went public with its not-so-secret test of a "Buy" button:
Is Serena Williams now the greatest American tennis player ever?
House minority leader Nancy Pelosi on restoring public trust
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The Hawks cannot count on the same dramatic bump in value that the Clippers had:
IRS lost emails from 5 more workers relevant to ongoing investigation into whether it targeted conservative groups:
You don't have to be a highly connected, elite VC to sit shotgun on Uber's wild ride:
GE struck $3 billion deal to sell its appliances business to Swedish multinational Electrolux:
In August 2014, the Wikipedia page for ALS was viewed an incredible 2.89 million times:
Will Alibaba Bring Big Fall For IPOs, Or Suck The Air Out Of The Market? via @Forbes $BABA
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The world's top-earning authors in 2014: 1. James Patterson 2. Dan Brown 3. Nora Roberts More:
Quote of the Day: "He that is good for making excuses, is seldom good for anything else." - Benjamin Franklin
The world's top-earning authors:
Upgrading to a hybrid is a no-brainer if you care about the environment, but does it actually pay off financially?
ER use slowed for young adults once they were allowed to stay on their parents' health plans under Obamacare:
General Motors will introduce Cadillac model equipped with advanced driver assist technology:
Paul Tassi has 'Destiny' in his hands and will be live-blogging his gameplay. Follow along:
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Wish You Could Invest In Uber And Lyft? Here's A Clever Way To Get Rich Off Rides via @Forbes @Uber
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Here are some of the software and hardware predictions for tomorrow's Apple event:
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The technology behind the new is influencing upcoming releases across
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Truett Cathy worked his way to a $6.3 billion fortune from scratch, having opened his first diner at age 25. @Forbes
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S. Truett Cathy, billionaire founder of Chick-fil-A, has died at the age of 93:
Do you know what your portfolio did this summer?
Ice Bucket Challenge: ALS Wikipedia Page Views Increase 18-Fold [@StatistaCharts Infographic] via @Forbes
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Self-deception is an especially potent brand of status fertilizer:
80% of traditional workers say they would be willing to do additional work for money:
The biggest headlines this coming week may come from Apple:
Why being a professional speaker is harder than it looks:
You'll never love 100% of your job – & that's okay:
Serena Williams won her 18th Grand Slam title against Caroline Wozniacki in Sunday's US Open Ladies Singles Final:
Hong Kong real estate moguls Ronnie & Gerald Chan have pledged a $350 million gift to Harvard University:
Being successful means you need to treat your career like a business:
There are a handful of local housing markets where autumn is actually prime house-hunting season:
Things might improve for apparel merchants this holiday season, when stores can generate up to 40% of annual sales:
If you want to turn your company into the one to beat, you've got to step outside your normal responsibilities:
The rise of tech-savvy millennial consumers has challenged brick-and-mortar stores:
As summer comes to an end, the slow season for house hunting begins:
The New England Journal of Medicine published a study calling e-cigarettes a "gateway drug" for nicotine addiction:
Not all retailers have figured out how to win at the back-to-school game:
Nearly 4 in 10 US households headed by an adult younger than 40 has some student debt:
Most retailers have resorted to deep-discounting in an effort to get shoppers into their stores:
An unintended consequence of the digital era is the threat of data theft:
Mobile devices can make in-store shopping almost as effortless as purchasing online: