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Finally, companies are starting to hire again. Well, it's about time! We've been at this blog for a couple of years now, searching for a pony, a bright side, in this economy somewhere. Well, look who finally galloped in! Here are more than 10 companies that are hiring now.
Small businesses are not hiring, despite what last week's Labor Department employment report may show, according to a National Federation of Independent Business survey.
Students who took the first "Facebook Class" at Stanford University turned their homework into a fortune, almost overnight. "It had this feeling of a gold rush," said one investor who saw potential in the class projects.
The uncertainty surrounding the stability of European nations in wider geopolitical concerns are the main challenges identified by business leaders in a report, which surveyed 1,000 professionals to determine the key factors affecting business sentiment.
What makes a city great for single guys? Cool neighborhoods and nightlife — and a healthy ratio of women to men. Here are the 10 best cities for bachelors, according to Rent.com.
Bringing about disruption is incredibly hard. And it takes an especially driven type of entrepreneur, a lot of money and even more luck and the ability to clear some pretty big hurdles.
With more than 13 million people still unemployed, job seekers are working every angle to try to get an edge. How do you get an edge? Listen to your mother.
If you're feeling stressed, you're not alone. To alleviate the presure, ride your magical unicorn to your happy place and read this list of the 10 least stressful jobs.
Taxes are always a headache but in these post-recession times they're a full-on migraine. To ease the pain, here are some hilarious one-liners about taxes, from Ronald Reagan to Jay Leno.
Kids say the darndest things! And, you won't believe some of the things they do. Here are 10 inventions by kids, from sweet treats to scientific solutions.
Many small business owners support a government shutdown and believe that it will have little effect on them, according to a new study.
Interstate rivalry has grown fierce on a new battlefield — business — as the two states stage cross-border raids and entice companies with generous incentives to move a few miles and resettle on the other side. A growing chorus of leaders on both sides are wondering about the point of it all, warning that the efforts serve only to help private companies at taxpayer expense, the New York Times reports.
Whether or not the world ends in 2012, one thing is clear: Few of us are prepared for even the slightest apocalypt-y scenario. Luckily, the Internet is loaded with advice, covering everything from dogs to idiots and your Apocalypse Go Kit. Here are some of the best tips for the apocalypse.
Talk about the world coming to an end on 12/21/12 raises a question that some say could be the very reason for the globe's demise: Is there a way to make a profit from all this doomsday scenario?
The economy may be showing signs of improvement but there’s still a lot to complain about for the average American worker. So what's everyone complaining about?
You know the basic traffic laws like "stop at a red light," but there are some weird and wacky ones out there you might not know about. Here are 10 of the weirdest traffic laws in America. Grab Fido when you go over the list because there are some that apply to him!
Aflac is holding an open casting call to be the new spokesduck for the company since comedian Gilbert Gottfried was fired from the post. Here's the best part — They're paying six figures, and all you have to do is quack A-FLAC!
It's every kid's dream job: The chance to be a superhero for a day. For the kids in the Billboard Family, that dream just came true!
I am rather bullish about where things are heading, and the opportunities in our grasp when we are proactive and look for new ways to solve the problems we face in our economy, education and jobs.
It’s human nature to procrastinate, and when it comes to tax season, most of us bring our procrastination 'A' game. Still, some excel more than others. Here are the 10 American cities with the most tax procrastinators.