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Some of Silicon Valley's most eligible bachelors turn to elite matchmakers to find love and romance. These experts reveal top dating trends and tips for navigating the local singles' scene.
Writing by hand is slower than typing, but that could be an advantage when it comes to retention and understanding, according to a new study.
The danger with trying to be consistent is falling into an all-or-nothing mindset. Here, we explain.
While some people envision starting a company, others dream of just being part of a newly-founded business.
"You can fail at what you dont want, so you might as well take a chance on doing what you love."
With prevention a key focus of the new healthcare law, employers are promoting health. Here's how.
From simply waking up to working out to getting organized and being productive, here are the most important habits you shared with us.
The former New York City mayor chastised college students across the country for censoring conservative voices.
Accepting that we don't control very much but can handle life's challenges is the first step to banishing needless anxiety.
Before anybody knows how you think or what you can do, they see how you dress.
Presentation is important, people.
If you are over-consuming these everyday items, you're taking in unnecessary calories.
'I'm talking to anyone who has been dumped,' the recently fired executive editor of The New York Times told Wake Forest grads. 'When that happens, show what you are made of.'
The intriguing flexibility of the skilled yogi relies on a powerful core. Your business also needs both to thrive.
The Sexagintuple Vanilla Bean Mocha Frappuccino contains 60 shots of espresso -- half the amount of caffeine that would be lethal for most adults.
Cut out daily distractions all day long with these early-morning strategies.
Panera Founder and CEO Ron Shaich: It's Not About Choosing the 'Right' Path, It's About Knowing What Ignites Your Passion.
Figure out what you care about, what brings you joy and what drives you, Shaich told Clark University graduates. The rest will come.
Whatever the odds are facing you, the biggest variable in your life is you.
Innocence Island in the Bahamas was scooped up for a cool $17 million at auction, though its asking price had been $55 million.
The Always Sunny in Philadelphia creator and star tells Merrimack College graduates to create their own opportunities.
Business trips are stressful enough without a side of identity fraud.
Hard work is crucial to success but a single minded focus is overrated. Cultivating new skills like playing an instrument or working with our hands has serendipitous benefits for problem solving at work.
To make it in the startup game, you better be strong and willing to persevere through the hard times.
It's easier to make money with a job. Entrepreneurs who succeed do it because it is hard.
The next increment isn't the next big thing. Going big and thinking far into the future sets you free to excel.