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This Craft Brewery Invented a Brilliant Edible 6-Pack Holder That Helps Sea Life
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This Craft Brewery Invented a Brilliant Edible 6-Pack Holder That Helps Sea Life

Embracing social entrepreneurship with an eco twist, SaltWater Brewery uses beer-brewing byproducts to create biodegradable rings that nourish -- not maim and kill -- marine life. We'll drink to that.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Want to Get on the Cover of the Rolling Stone? Follow These Tips to Persuade the Media.
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Want to Get on the Cover of the Rolling Stone? Follow These Tips to Persuade the Media.

Bestselling author Ben Angel tells you how to convince media types to feature you as an expert.
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Foxconn to Pay Approximately $3.5 Billion in Sharp Takeover
Acquisitions

Foxconn to Pay Approximately $3.5 Billion in Sharp Takeover

Foxconn cut its initial offer by nearly $900 million following the emergence of previously undisclosed liabilities at Sharp.
Apple

CEO Tim Cook Was the Lowest Paid Top Executive at Apple in 2015

Apple had a good year for the most part under Cook, but the company hit a rough patch towards the end of 2015.
Alibaba's $14 Billion Shopping Event Crushed Cyber Monday -- Weekly News
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Alibaba's $14 Billion Shopping Event Crushed Cyber Monday -- Weekly News

Plus: Why Mark Zuckerberg awarded a high school student $400,000.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
Airbnb Vows to Work With Cities, Enforce Tax Rules
Airbnb

Airbnb Vows to Work With Cities, Enforce Tax Rules

The sharing platform said it will make sure homeowners pay their 'fair share' of hotel and tourist taxes.
'Yelp For People' Co-Founder: Your Hate Only Fuels My Resolve to Launch Peeple
Apps

'Yelp For People' Co-Founder: Your Hate Only Fuels My Resolve to Launch Peeple

Our exclusive Q&A with Julia Cordray, the brassy CEO behind the Internet's most hated app.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Stop the Presses and Start Your Weekend Right Now: Google Docs Has Gone Dark
Technology

Stop the Presses and Start Your Weekend Right Now: Google Docs Has Gone Dark

Amid service disruptions, Google says it's on the case.
Geoff Weiss
Microsoft and Google Make Peace in Patent Battles
Legal Issues

Microsoft and Google Make Peace in Patent Battles

The companies are settling 18 cases in the U.S. and Germany.
A Group of Fans Is Trying to Bring the Concorde Back to Life
Travel

A Group of Fans Is Trying to Bring the Concorde Back to Life

The supersonic jet stopped flying in 2003.
Sophie-Claire Hoeller
Report: Volkswagen CEO Ousted Over Emissions Scandal
Scandal

Report: Volkswagen CEO Ousted Over Emissions Scandal

The automaker has lost more than a third of its market value in just two days amid the emissions scandal fallout.
Ex-Employees Say Antivirus Giant Faked Malware to Damage Rivals
Business News

Ex-Employees Say Antivirus Giant Faked Malware to Damage Rivals

Two former employees at Kapersky Lab say the attacks were ordered by the company's co-founder.
New York Just Issued Its First-Ever Bitcoin Banking License
Bitcoin

New York Just Issued Its First-Ever Bitcoin Banking License

The groundbreaking license granted to cryptocurrency exchange itBit signifies a momentous stride forward in the race to legitimize the fledgling digital currency.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
5 Podcasts That Will Get You Hooked on Digital Audio Content
Podcasts

5 Podcasts That Will Get You Hooked on Digital Audio Content

It can difficult to sort through the thousands of options available, so here are some suggestions for entrepreneurs.
Peter Gasca