| Nov 15, 2010
Web-savvy consumers use online rating services to review restaurants, rant about hairdressers, praise carpenters and even assess their college professors. So why shouldn't patients rate their doctors?
While more than 30 different online services now...
| Jul 7, 2011
| 8:00 AM
ED's note: Two technology stories on Wednesday suggested points that could indicate a trend in how we interact with each other electronically. In the news business, coincidences of that sort often call for us to look for a possible trend story.
| Jan 16, 2012
| 8:41 AM
Online retailer Zappos.com and its discount affiliate, 6pm.com, disclosed Sunday a data breach that compromised customer account information such as billing addresses and the last four digits of credit card numbers.
The security problem did not affect...
| Aug 8, 2011
The Internet, it turns out, is not always a friendly place if you're an expectant parent like Genevieve Thiers.
This was a surprising revelation for someone who built a career around using the Internet to help parents: Thiers is the founder and former...
| Sep 20, 2012
Groupon is still at the top of the heap with a North American daily deals market share of more than 50 percent. But there are still lots of smaller industry players who are finding comfortable niches.
Among them: Mom-oriented deals, for example, or...
| Jun 8, 2010
| 12:20 PM
This may not feel like a time of plenty. But many U.S. workers' waistlines are expanding through the weak economy, according to a survey by CareerBuilder.com.
The poll found that 44% of workers said they had gained weight in their current jobs, with many...
| Jan 7, 2010
| 1:12 PM
Steady job? Check. Decent paycheck? Check. Professional fulfillment? Hmm.
With the country's jobless rate at 10 percent, many workers are simply grateful to be employed. Giving up financial stability to pursue a dream job or long-burning interest is a...
| Dec 14, 2008
When ThyssenKrupp AG started scouting a site for a new $3.7 billion steel mill, it set off a fierce bidding war between Alabama and Louisiana. Louisiana offered more financial incentives and a better riverfront site, but last year the big German...
| Nov 10, 2008
Even as proponents of workplace diversity cheered Barack Obama's presidential election, they sounded a note of caution on how to interpret the victory and use it to their advantage. They want to give his victory its due without portraying the...
| Jul 15, 2009
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