U.S. parents get digital after dark

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The #1 post-bedtime activity for parents is watching TV or movies, according to Brigham Young University and Deseret News.

Positive consumers

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According to preliminary figures published by the University of Michigan, consumer confidence remains high in the US.

China’s 9-9-6

The digits 9-9-6 have become a rallying cry for China tech workers frustrated with their bruising work schedules.

Rebuilding Notre Dame

Donors, citizens, companies and innovation come together to see how they can rebuild the 856-year-old cathedral.


US health spending is expected to grow 5.5% every year over the next decade.

Apple grows iPhone share in the US despite overseas challenge and Android dominance.

Michelle Obama’s autobiography could become the most successful memoir in modern publishing history.

IBM: The Necessary Revolution

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CEO Ginni Rometty, one of the most powerful women in the IT industry, shares how she has overcome challenges at IBM.

A guy born to win

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CEO Michael Dell is making headlines once again as he takes his company public in an unusual and controversial way.

Making it in the movies

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COO Miguel Mier stresses vision and innovation as the keys to turning a small, family-run company into a global player.

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Wealth after life

Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson lead Forbes’ most recent list of the highest posthumous earners.


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