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Science & Technology

New Dinosaur Species Discovered in Alaska

The duck-billed herbivore lived about 69 million years ago.

Thought Leaders

5 Skills That Are the Foundation of Entrepreneurial Success

Some things you have to learn early or you won't make it.

Devices

Study: We Know We're Total Jerks With Our Phones and We Don't Care

Put down the phone, Rudy rude. New findings confirm what we already know: Cell phone etiquette in America is appalling.

Living

Why Your Neuroticism May Be the Key to Your Creativity

A researcher makes the case that for many of us, neuroticism and creativity are two sides of the same coin.

Business News

Researchers Find Uber Use Leads to a Decrease in DUI Deaths

A study of drunk-driving deaths shows Uber has a positive effect, provided the price is right.

Growing a Business

The Simple Way to Vet a Potential Business Partner

It's amazing that people seem to spend more time reading reviews of a restaurant they're considering going to for lunch than looking into the companies and people they're considering working with.

Thought Leaders

Is Student Debt the Reason Millennials Aren't Starting Companies?

It's easy to blame mounting debt loads for a slowdown in entrepreneurship. But data show otherwise.

Social Media

How to Use Social Media to Ethically 'Stalk' Competitors and Job Candidates

People naturally want to put their best foot forward but, sometimes, you really need to know what that other foot is all about.

Growing a Business

Low-Cost Patent Search Options for Inventors on a Budget

Inventors routinely believe they were the first to think of their great idea. They are not routinely correct.

Science & Technology

Russian Entrepreneur Pledges $100 Million in Search for Extraterrestrial Life

The initiative is backed by Stephen Hawking and is the largest search for intelligent life to date.

Productivity

Forget Multitasking. Real Productivity Comes From Singletasking.

With so much to distract us, getting one thing done at a time is the key to success.

Science & Technology

New Study Finds Rats May Plan for the Future While Dreaming

Researchers from University College London found that when rats dream, their brain activity suggests that they are trying to work out different ways to get to the things they want, like food.

Growing a Business

Paging Cindy, If She Exists. (And Why It's Important If She Doesn't.)

The Internet has flattened the world, but also is fraught with danger. Luckily, the Web has tools to protect yourself and your business.

Thought Leaders

Will Starting a Business Kill Your Future Job Prospects?

Starting your own business has an added risk: a tougher road to get hired by someone else later.