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What Kylie Jenner's Hair Color Can Teach Brands About the Power of Crowdsourcing
The reality TV star let fans pick which shade of blue she should dye her tresses via social media.
If You Want to Remember the Important Stuff, You Need to Ignore the Background Noise
Those with high-capacity working memories are really good at blocking out distracting information, a new study finds.
We Feel Less Responsible for Acting Badly When Ordered to Do Something
New research attempts to get at the root of why we are so easily persuaded to commit unethical actions when told to do so by another person.
Tommy Hilfiger Teams Up With Mom Designer to Create a Line of Adaptive Clothing for Kids With Disabilities
The collection launched today.
Venture Capitalists Are More Likely to Help Startups They Can Visit Via a Direct Flight
If you want more guidance for your company, it helps to be easily accessible.
Kim Kardashian's Mobile Game Has Made More Than $100 Million
It's a lucrative side hustle for the reality TV star and entrepreneur.
Study: Millennials Are Lagging When It Comes to Entrepreneurship
A smaller percentage of those born from 1982 to 2000 are self-employed compared to generations past, according to data from the Census Bureau.
Whole Foods' New Budget-Friendly Chain Will Be Down With Millennial Things Like Tattoos and Records
Come for the produce, stay for the ink.
Paul McCartney's Latest Project: 'Emoji Sound Effects'
The former Beatle teamed up with Skype for some Valentine's Day fun.
A Bra Company That Uses Smartphones to Find the Right Fit Just Raised $8 Million
The goal is to use technology to make the shopping experience, as well as the bras themselves, more comfortable.
This 'Home Disaster Alert System' Is Catching Fire on Kickstarter
The Dome Alert promises to detect flooding and freezing conditions along with carbon monoxide and fire threats.