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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.
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.
The intrepid Ohio entrepreneur convinced 'Joltin Joe' DiMaggio to stump for Mr. Coffee, even though the legendary centerfielder never touched the stuff it brewed.
After nearly 55 years in business, the Manhattan, Kan., location is shutting down.
Dr. Frieda Rapoport Caplan fears no fruit. The 91-year-old entrepreneur smashed the gender barrier in the old boys club of produce and brought some 200 unusual edibles out of obscurity and onto our plates.
Business owners can learn much from philosophers throughout history. The ideas of these men are intimately adaptable to technology and design today.
Our nation's advanced patent system is very different the one adopted in 1790.
The practice of public relations is not what it used to be, but history can teach us some important lessons.
From a revolutionary who began life as a slave, to the hero who led South Africa out of apartheid: Learn from the past.
Before there were sharks, there were dragons and tigers.
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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