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Google Docs vs Microsoft Office: The Faceoff

Google Docs vs Microsoft Office: The Faceoff

The question is blunt: why buy something when you can get the equivalent for free?

Wage Theft Runs Rampant

Wage Theft Runs Rampant

Is your employer stealing from you?

Cellphones and Your Vacation: To Unplug or Not?

Cellphones and Your Vacation: To Unplug or Not?

Could you stand to be off the grid on a personal vacation?

Hotel Business Center Computers May Be Compromised: Government Warning

Hotel Business Center Computers May Be Compromised: Government Warning

Use hotel business center computers at your own risk, and know the risks may be huge.

Who Defines Diversity In the Workplace?

Who Defines Diversity In the Workplace?

Last month, Twitter shared a breakdown of its diversity data, admitting it had a lot of work to do. Like its technology peers, the Twitter workforce is mostly white and Asian males.

Parents' Driving Behavior Is Not Better Than Teens'

Parents' Driving Behavior Is Not Better Than Teens'

While parents are preaching to their children to avoid texting while driving and other onerous mistakes, they are guilty of committing those same driving infractions.

Counterfeit Toys Are a Consumer Rip-Off -- And Health Hazard to Children

Counterfeit Toys Are a Consumer Rip-Off -- And Health Hazard to Children

The value of counterfeit goods nearly equals the value of illegal drug trade.

Stay-At-Home Parenting Can Cost You

Stay-At-Home Parenting Can Cost You

The total cost of leaving a job to become a stay-at-home parent isn't simply a tally of hard costs. There are lost benefits that are harder to quantify.

Students Could Still Struggle With Debt Despite Loan Servicer Incentives

Students Could Still Struggle With Debt Despite Loan Servicer Incentives

Just before the Labor Day weekend, the Department of Education (ED) revealed features of it contracts with Federal student loan servicers that are designed to expand the role of the customer.

It's a Buyer's Market in Real Estate -- Especially Here

It's a Buyer's Market in Real Estate -- Especially Here

The rise in home prices is slowing while inventory grows.

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