If you think juice is something that comes in orange and apple alone, you are missing out on a whole world of juice. The year 2013 will go down in history as the time of the juiciest juice wars yet. Who will the Next Top Juicer be?
A new Wall Street Journal/NBC News survey reveals some disconcerting, if not terribly surprising, facts about how women feel and are treated in the workplace—things that many people already know, and many have worked to change.
If Twitter is the new résumé, will any of us ever have a job? Or will we just stop wanting to tweet?
A summary of the best reads found behind the paywall of The New York Times.
There's a piece on the front page of The New York Times today that's inspiring lots of "dating is hell" commentary from around the Internet, because from this piece comes the "decidedly unromantic question" of our time: "What's your credit score?"
CNBC and The Wall Street Journal are reporting that the bankruptcy judge has cleared Hostess for liquidation. But what of our little yellow friend?
In all the noise created by today's Apple event, Zynga attempted to quietly lay off 100 people without anyone noticing. Kind of like a Friday afternoon news dump, but with new iPads. Unfortunately for them, it didn't work.
GameStop cemented its place atop the video game-buying world, Greenpeace banked on cute, and Levi's tricked you into thinking you like adventurous things in this week's rankings.
People will always complain about flying, but one airline appears to have surpassed the rest in sheer high-profile annoyance. Thanks to epic delays, rows of seats coming undone, and a scathing op-ed from a literary star in The New York Times, American Airlines—slogan: "We Know Why You Fly"—may have sealed the title of the country's least liked airline.
For the past few weeks, Gina Rinehart has been making waves in the media, grabbing headlines and angering people on all corners of the Earth with her blunt views on bettering the Australian economy. No she's not a politician, nor is she a development wonk, she's just filthy stinking rich and damn good at trolling.
Let no one say that hipsters are not entrepreneurial. If the new "organic" cigarette for people who ride fixies is any indication, hipsters are very much entrepreneurial indeed, and they do not want to smoke garbage.
Since shopping is hard for men, and men only buy a certain array of manly things, an Upper West Side grocery store has launched what the New York Post is calling "the city's first 'man aisle.'"
Mitt Romney has seized on Barack Obama's out-of-context quote, "If you've got a business, you didn't build that," but whether the full exonerates the President or not is what the election is all about.
It's not really summer if you're not complaining about ice cream. How could something so reminiscent of our innocent childhoods, so cold and so sweet, turn so foul?
In an especially Emperor's New Clothes sort of twist, a new store in Manhattan's East Village is selling New York City tap water that they filter via a special technique back to discriminating water consumers.
In a revelation that should make the Joe Weisenthals of the world listless and desultory, NPR's Adam Davidson wants you to know something about the monthly media bonanza over the federal government jobs report: It's a sham.
Republican-backing business groups are nervous the politicians they helped elect might be so enthusiastic about cutting spending that they'll actually hurt business.
Republicans have long denounced the liberal fixation with victimhood while embracing all its tropes, arguing, as Rick Perry and Newt Gingrich have, that it's those in the Christian majority who are really being persecuted in America. Mitt Romney bested his opponents by going one step further, saying he would stand up for the fabulously wealthy.
Ingrassia defends The Times's Business section and DealBook
Nasdaq, Dow Jones, and S&P all lose ground, while gold hits record highs
The bookstore could begin liquidation sales at its remaining 400 locations as soon as Friday
Private equity firms KKR and Silver Lake are looking at the domain registrar
Plus: Spielberg circles a 'Jurassic Park' reboot
Health care costs 7.3 percent more than it did last year, and that's not all
Companies are doing their part to help you buy more to save the Earth
It's going to hire 50,000 new employees on April 15th, and wants you to know it
Four orders of nuns are looking to review whether executives' pay is "excessive"
Company makes amends for Tuesday's streaming video disruption...kind of
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