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The former secretary of state launched Churchill Solitaire, a mobile game he created in partnership with a team of developers, in a blog post on Sunday.
The original idea for Pfizer's famous little thrill pill has nothing to do with keeping it up.
The scrappy entrepreneur who created the credit card, as legend has it, might have experienced an embarrassing situation that led to inspiration.
'Welcome back, baby!' Elon Musk's space startup epically rebounds after two failed attempts.
The dry, plain crackers were invented to cool certain urges. You know the ones.
The surprising story of how Silly Putty accidentally sprang from a wartime dilemma.
You won't believe the grimy gunk people used to smear on their eyelashes -- and still do.
From Floppy disks to instant cameras, some people are just not ready to give up on outmoded technology
In which we unzip the up-and-down origins of the little mechanical wonder that keeps your pants from falling down.
The fight for an eight-hour workday began in 1866 and ended in 1940.
A nice apology letter from VW gives some clues just how badly they screwed up.
The trailblazing electrical engineer who played a pivotal role in landing men on the moon died last week. He was 97.
As KFC's ad campaign brings the Colonel back from the dead, it ignores some of Sanders' complexities that made him so interesting.
Everybody's working for the weekend, but is it best to get 'er done in long, eight-hour stints? Probably not.
Business leaders and entrepreneurs can learn from history and take valuable lessons in leadership, marketing, philosophy and sales from the leaders and stories of years past.
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