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115 million people tuned in to watch Bruno Mars' Super Bowl halftime show last winter:
This Ray Johnson show at MoMA will make you rethink your Facebook habit.
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Good news for housing, after a sluggish start this year:
Darrelle Revis's 1-year deal with New England pays $12 million:
Salesforce raised guidance for its full-year revenue expectations, but the market's reaction has been flat:
The companies with the greatest improvements in employee happiness:
FDA grants new indication for Pfizer, Bristol-Myers Squibb drug: by @cardiobrief
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Blake Mycoskie's TOMS business card reads 'chief shoe giver:'
Joan Smalls is the first Latina ambassador for Estee Lauder:
It's time for commercial real estate to get the tech startup treatment, ready or not:
It's been a record year for DJs & their respective earnings:
The global online art market in 2013 was $1.57 billion; by 2018, it's expected to surge to $3.76 billion:
The New York Jets are valued at $1.80 billion:
The NFL's 10 most overpriced beers, compared to local market prices:
If you get the chance, you should check out this story on WVU graduate Brian Glasser from @Forbes…
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The war of words between Hertz Global Holdings & its shareholders continues to escalate:
Unlike teams in some other sports, there isn't a huge difference in spending among most NFL teams:
Despite the downturn in the number of US smokers since the 1950s, Zippo had over $200 million in sales last year:
While overall salary growth has been slow, NFL's stars are still cashing in:
Ever wonder what's on Nancy Pelosi's #book list? The Minority Leader of the House stopped by #Forbes HQ to tell us what she'll be reading during the August congressional recess. Dan Brown's Inferno and Doris Kearns Goodwin's The Billy Pulpit tops the list, while The Age of Wonder by Richard Holmes s
Traffic to Tumblr sites leveled off after the Yahoo acquisition & hasn't been growing since:
Walmart is dropping the price of an iPhone 5C (with contract) to $0.97:
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