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- Jan 30 20175 minutes
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- Jan 1 20171 minute
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- Feb 6 20171 minute
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CHRISTINA DUGAN She’s famed for berating her small-boned charges on Lifetime’s Dance Moms, but controversial reality star Abby Lee Miller, 50, has remained unusually silent as she awaits sentencing in a bankruptcy fraud case that might lead to priso
- Jan 10 20174 minutes
What the World Might Look Like in 5 Years, According to U.S. Intelligence
Even America's own government analysts see the American Era drawing to a close.
- Dec 1 20152 minutes
How One Man Used Artificial Intelligence to Generate Genuine Sales Leads
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- Feb 1 20172 minutes
The Transit Of Venus
I WOULD GUESS THAT MANY, IF NOT MOST, kids who eventually became entrepreneurs wanted to grow up to be sports or TV stars. When you’re a kid, that’s who your heroes are. So it’s a bit ironic how many sports and TV stars, having grown up, now want to
- Jan 1 20162 minutes
Little Extras That Make a Big Difference to Employees
Want to reward your workers without offering bonuses? The little things count, so look at this list of benefits that your staff will appreciate.
- Apr 1 20131 minute
The 5 Branding Rules of Attraction
Your brand draws customers to your business. Here are the elements you should consider when designing it.
- Jan 20 20176 minutes
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- Feb 6 20171 minute
The Perils Of Snap Judging A U.S. President
LILY ROTHMAN FOR NEARLY A CENTURY, U.S. PRESIDENTS have entered office with their eyes on an early goalpost: What can be done during the first 100 days? It’s a tradition that dates to 1933, when Franklin D. Roosevelt used a rush of early action to a
- Jan 30 20171 minute
Who’s Who In South Korea’s Widening Graft Scandal
CHARLIE CAMPBELL THE CORRUPTION SCANDAL ENGULFING SOUTH Korea has ensnared the country’s largest company. On Jan. 18, Samsung’s de facto chief, Lee Jae-yong, appeared in court after being accused of bribing impeached President Park Geun-hye and one
- Feb 10 201759 minutes
Trump's Interests vs. America's, Dominican Republic Edition
Despite a promise to stop pursuing foreign deals, the Trump Organization is revisiting a previously abandoned licensing agreement.
- Sep 1 20161 minute
Adopt a New Mind-Set
For folks in the seven-figure club, keeping spending in check is often second nature. In fact, a full 78% of millionaires cite frugality as a reason for their success. If that doesn’t sound like you, develop some new habits.
- Jan 16 20171 minute
For The Record
‘It should be a wake-up call to this nation.’ ANDREW CUOMO, governor of New York, announcing on Jan. 3 a plan to offer free state-college tuition to hundreds of thousands of middle- and low-income New Yorkers; if it passes the state legislature, it
- Jan 14 20173 minutes
Goodbye, American Apparel
The 19-year old company has been purchased for $88 million, which may be the brand’s last great marketing feat.
- Jan 5 20178 minutes
Donald Trump’s Asymmetric War on the Establishment
There may come a day when we look back at the intense, instantaneous interest that Donald Trump’s tweets once produced and we chuckle, noting how President Trump’s Twitter postings, now shorn of their novelty, generate roughly as much attention as a
- Feb 7 201712 minutes
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- Feb 1 20174 minutes
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- Jan 5 20175 minutes
The Astonishing Transformation of Julian Assange
Views of the WikiLeaks founder have shifted as American partisans project their own priorities onto him.
- Feb 10 201718 minutes
The Donald Trump Cabinet Tracker
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- Jan 29 20174 minutes
How the Political World Is Reacting to Trump's Immigration Order
The executive order drew criticism from several prominent Republicans but support from party leaders. Democrats roundly denounced the policy.
- Feb 3 20173 minutes
Milo Yiannopoulos Tested Progressives—and They Failed
Conservative students have the right to bring obnoxious bigots to speak on campus and other students have a right to protest. But controversial speakers should be allowed to speak.
- Jan 30 20173 minutes
Is President Trump’s Immigration Order a 'Muslim Ban'?
Imagine the following scenario.A new presidential administration announces that “political turmoil and terrorism” in the Middle East requires new immigration rules.From now on, visitors, immigrants and refugees from Israel will not be admitted.With o
- Jan 26 20173 minutes
Chicago's Police Aren't 'Overly Politically Correct'
President Trump’s assumption that law-enforcement officers in Chicago are too restrained gets the city’s challenges precisely backward.
- Jan 5 20175 minutes
What Did The Senate Hearing Reveal About Russian Hacking?
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- Feb 6 20173 minutes
Maybe A Good Manager Can’t Run Everything
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- Jan 1 20172 minutes
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- Jan 23 20171 minute
Six Months In, Is Britain’s Theresa May Bungling Brexit?
TARA JOHN/LONDON THERESA MAY PASSED HER SIXTH month as Prime Minister on Jan. 13 as the defining issue of her term—Britain’s withdrawal from the E.U.—nears a crisis point. The resignation of a key civil servant on Jan. 3 was the latest blow to a Bre
- Jan 30 20172 minutes
“Economic Openness Serves Everyone Better”
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