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Why ex-employees make great hires

These so-called "boomerang" employees already know how your company runs, which puts them far ahead of new hires.

Hobby Lobby ruling polarizes the business community

Vacillating between vindication and outrage, business owners are far from unified over the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision.

6 extremely effective ways to improve your memory

Who would like to remember more of what they see, hear, and read? Everyone!

How ethical are your employees? Depends what time it is

Research finds that early-rising employees behave less ethically at the end of the day when their energy is low.

Why summer Fridays are good for business

Want to boost morale? Flexible working hours, at least during the summer, could help.

Why did the man behind Windows jump ship, and who’s left to steer?

What does Steven Sinofsky's abrupt departure from Microsoft mean for Windows … and the way the company will compete with Apple and Google?

Google Free Zone brings the Internet to feature phones for free

Google Free Zone enables feature phone users use mail, Web search and Google+ for free. Is it generosity at work, a savvy market grab, or both?

How Apple's victory over Samsung will affect you

Digital Trends goes over the many ways Apple's $1 billion victory over Samsung could hurt Android users, and a few ways it could help.

Why do McDonald's burgers look different from their advertisements?

McDonald's Director of Marketing tackles a popular fan question by taking you behind the scenes of an advertisement photoshoot.

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  • European Central Bank in database security breach

    European Central Bank in database security breach

    Thursday, July 24 2014 4:31 AM EDT2014-07-24 08:31:19 GMT
    The European Central Bank says contact data have been stolen from a database that serves its public website, though it's stressing that no internal systems or market-sensitive data were compromised.
    The European Central Bank says contact data have been stolen from a database that serves its public website, though it's stressing that no internal systems or market-sensitive data were compromised.
  • South Korea unveils stimulus after ferry sinking

    South Korea unveils stimulus after ferry sinking

    Thursday, July 24 2014 4:24 AM EDT2014-07-24 08:24:30 GMT
    South Korea's economic growth has hit its lowest level in three quarters.
    South Korea's government announced a $40 billion stimulus plan Thursday after the shock of a deadly ferry sinking slowed economic growth to the lowest level in three quarters.
  • World shares subdued amid Russia sanctions report

    World shares subdued amid Russia sanctions report

    Thursday, July 24 2014 4:13 AM EDT2014-07-24 08:13:09 GMT
    World shares were rattled Thursday by reports the European Union is weighing stiffer financial sanctions against Russia.
    World shares were rattled Thursday by reports the European Union is weighing stiffer financial sanctions against Russia.
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