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Check Out This Year's 'Best Places to Work for New Dads'

In its second annual report, lifestyle website Fatherly identifies a shifting attitude toward time off for new fathers.

Why Wal-Mart Will Welcome 'Greeters' Back Into Its Stores

The retail giant wants to put smiling faces back at its entrances to curb theft and boost sales.

20 Entrepreneurs on the Lessons Their Mothers Taught Them

In honor of Mother's Day, these men and women share the motherly wisdom that they've applied to running their companies.

Robots May Be on the Cusp of Widespread Adoption, Jibo CEO Says

The rapid adoption of helpful tech like the smartphone has elevated the idea of personal-assistant robots from science fiction to impending reality.

Apple Loses Trademark Battle, Allowing Chinese Company to Use the 'IPHONE' Name

The Beijing company Xintong Tiandi Technology can now sell IPHONE-branded purses, wallets and phones cases.

'I Feel Like' Is the Newest Controversial Phrase You Should Avoid

A recent New York Times op-ed ordered people to stop saying 'I Feel Like.' Here are some other common utterances to consider banning as well.

5 Lessons Venmo's Co-Founder Learned While Building a Twice-Acquired Company

The co-founder of the mobile payments service shared his wisdom during a keynote address at the #StartupColumbia conference.

GE Makes Its Own Hot Sauce to Attract Millennial Engineers

General Electric has teamed up with Thrillist to combine science and food trends in its latest scheme to attract up-and-coming talent.

7 Clean-Tech Companies That Solve More Than Environmental Problems

To get people to make a change, sometimes it needs to be more than the right thing to do.

Snapchat Exercises Poor Judgment With 4/20 Bob Marley Blackface Filter

After sparking outrage with a truly stupid feature on National Weed Day, the media-sharing service hasn't gotten around to snapping an apology.

Report Warns Alcohol, Processed Meats and Obesity Increase Stomach Cancer Risk

The authors claim avoiding these factors could prevent 4,000 new stomach cancer cases in the U.S. each year.

Disney World Installs On-Brand Solar Panels in the Shape of Mouse Ears

The new solar farm near Epcot spans 22 acres and joins a family of mouse-shaped environmental projects.

Should Amazon Succumb to Pressure to 'Dump Trump' Products?

Women's rights group UltraViolet has organized a petition with 13,000 signatures asking Amazon to remove the controversial figure's menswear line from its offerings.