What fast-food companies pay people today will affect us all
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A demographer explains how we will adjust to the coming changes in our population
The country is resettling along more urbanized lines, and the American Dream is moving with it
By now you’re no doubt aware that Robert Galbraith, the unknown author of a new detective novel called The Cuckoo’s Calling, is actually J.K. Rowling, gazillion-selling Harry Potter creator and epoch-making publishing phenom. …
EBay CEO John Donahoe and his diplomat wife Eileen on how they have been equal partners in raising four kids.
Traditional vacation policies don’t reflect the needs and demands of a modern global workforce, argues the chief technology officer and co-founder of HubSpot
There may be enough smoking guns to warrant reopening the investigation
Computer are great for information that won’t change, but a brain is better at connecting facts with other facts and acquiring layers of meaning
Yes, science and tech are important, but a new report shows that employers prize a more broadly-based education
Their successes make the case not for abandoning affirmative action but for continuing it
Beautiful, tall, skinny girls provoke a lot of emotion in people, none of which is ever sympathy. But a bill that just passed the New York legislature is aimed at protecting this rare species of human. Known in legal-speak as
Maybe it’s time to admit that a lot of mothers don’t mind the lost pay and status of part-time jobs
The world will tell you that money shouldn’t be a factor in deciding to have more children. But should we really have to justify wanting to preserve our resources?