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Shoestring Living: Be grateful every day

Here’s how to get a handle on your own gratitude ... Become aware of the good in your life and celebrate it, no matter how small it seems. Journal it One of the best ways to make gratitude part of you... read more

Rich get richer in college sports as poorer schools struggle to keep up

Andrew Zimbalist, an economist at Smith College and a sports-business expert, is among many academics who say ... percent more on athletes' tuition and expenses, and 57 percent more on coaching salari... read more

Successful businesswoman says older workers one key to success

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Transcript: Read the Full Text of the Undercard CNBC Debate in Boulder

We’ve cut our budget 26 percent ... cutting pollution. You do a little back of the envelope. We produce, per dollar GDP, about one-fifth of the CO2 and other pollutants that China produces. So we’re f... read more


How Not To Reform The NCAA

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How much retirement savings do you really need?

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Exclusive: Chris Christie explains why he is running for president on 'Hannity'

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Baylor's Shawn Oakman: The Gigantic Man Behind the Meme

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Power 5 conference schools made $6 billion last year as gap between haves and have nots grows

Andrew Zimbalist, an economist at Smith College and a sports-business expert, is among many academics who say ... percent more on athletes' tuition and expenses, and 57 percent more on coaching salari... read more

The Latest: Florence now a Category 2 storm, still dangerous

In South Carolina, 2 percent of stations had run out and in Virginia, 1 percent. DeHaan says truck stops and major chains with bigger supply systems are more likely to have ... It's a big one." The pr... read more

Read the Full Transcript of the Ninth Republican Debate in South Carolina

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Cover: Continuous improvement: Innovation comes in the form of technology

“Basically it is the activity that comes from, ‘I’ve got an idea or I made a discovery, now how do I make money ... College in Ullin. He says for many Southern Illinois companies, innovation comes in ... read more



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