I still do my shopping in real stores, but there must be an application to make the whole process easier. Suggestions?
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Who would have thought investors would love an online reservations company?
A startup website, Airbnb, grabbed $7 million in venture capital to grow its peer-to-peer vacation rental service
They don't like the employer requirements. But they still think it could be "transformational" in a positive way
Four reasons why the economy is ripe for recovery
Wichita has discovered and nurtured something that other city economies -- and the national economy -- could stand to emulate: a manufacturing and export strategy that is bringing fresh money into the city at a time when the feds are struggling to get money moving.
For decades, engineers have been unable to mass produce baseballs. Today, the professional ones are still hand sewn.
As California votes on marijuana legalization, the pot economy is already smoking
Their sentiment in September barely improved, while their hiring plans worsened.
Soon, Congress may pass legislation that will allow a couple thousand new low-power FM radio stations to go on the air
Does open source software development make sense in Kurdistan?
A new Blockbuster and a growing market for streaming services will make its future much tougher than its past.
Despite the fact that close to one-third of the country's workforce is comprised of independent workers, this sizeable chunk of our economy has none of the protections and benefits that "traditional" employees have
Why you should cheer the end of full-time employment
Two Republicans who aren't running for re-election cross the aisle to vote for measures the president has been plugging
Do you know what's holding back small businesses? This graph does.
Even government should get in on outsourcing, according to one consultant