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Laura Entis is a staff writer at Entrepreneur.com.
Google to Hand Out 'Infinity Million' Dollars to Hackers Who Break Into Google Chrome
The search giant retires its annual hackathon, replaces it with an around-the-clock program that allows hackers to submit (and get paid for) finding bugs anytime, from anywhere.
Amazon Is Getting Ready to Publish Its First Batch of Crowdsourced E-Books
The first 10 books will be published on March 3, with preorders beginning today.
FTC Fines Two Health Apps That 'Lack Adequate Evidence to Support Their Claims'
Both apps said they could diagnose melanoma via simple smartphone snapshots.
Hiring Managers: Recruiters Aren't Working
Hiring managers say they're having a difficult time finding qualified candidates and believe that passive recruiting efforts are becoming increasingly ineffective, according to a new survey by Glassdoor.
Lost in Thought? Here Are 5 Reasons to Incorporate Daydreaming Into Your Daily Routine.
Go ahead, let your mind wander. When it's appropriate, of course.
5 Beers Inspired by Hit TV Shows
'The Walking Dead' = notes of smoked brain.
FDA Grants 23andMe Approval to Sell Test for Rare Genetic Condition
It's a small but definite step towards 23andMe's goal of selling DNA kits again.
Report: Apple Cars Could Be Here as Soon as 2020
The electric vehicle space is heating up.
Americans Rank This as the No. 1 Skill to Get Ahead in Life
The most important skill for children to get ahead in the world today isn't reading, math or science, according to a new survey.
The Dating App That Refused Mark Cuban's $30 Million Buyout Offer Just Raised $7.8 Million in Funding
Cuban asked the three sisters behind the dating app if they'd sell it to him outright, but they refused.
How Unemployment Impacts Your Personality
It partially depends on your gender.
How Facebook 'Likes' Could Be Used to Make Personality-Based Hiring Decisions
A new study shows that our 'likes' are very good at predicting openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism.
Rivalry: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Larry Bird vs. Magic Johnson. British Airways vs. Virgin Atlantic. Uber vs. Lyft. Rivalry can be either a powerful driver of achievement, or a force that leads to corruption and chaos.
Flattery Will Get You Everywhere – Or Will It?
Some people can do it successfully. Others, not so much, according to a new study.
Meet Match-Click, the Company That Wants to Take on LinkedIn
By making job postings 'go viral.'
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