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Companies are making the shift from customer satisfaction to employee satisfaction.
With a lack of financial data to assess creditworthiness, citizens are being rewarded for honesty and punish misdeeds, which are digitally archived.
Data shows a decision to visit a museum is more often a question of lifestyle than of finances.
Critics of the program have likened it to an Orwellian creation or an episode of the TV series "Black Mirror."
"Data reflects our history, and our history has been very biased to date," MIT researcher Joy Buolamwini says.
The structure in Pyeongchang is painted with what its maker says is the darkest man-made substance, a material that absorbs 99 percent of light.
Valentine's Day Double Feature: 1-800-Flowers and Edible Arrangements CEOs about their busiest weeks of the year (from the archives)
In honor of the holiday, we're bringing you two interviews from the archives featuring CEOs whose businesses ramp up this week.
The housing market is turning around.
With tight deadlines, construction often doesn't stop for the weather.
The massive infrastructure plan’s path through a polarized Congress isn’t clear.
Purdue’s promotions exaggerated the drug’s safety and risks of addiction, leaning heavily on one sentence used by sales reps to market the drug to doctors.
Five days of volatile markets, a five-hour government shutdown and one budget bill later ...