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The Secret Service wants sarcasm detection software

Jun 3, 2014
The Secret Service wants someone to create software that will detect sarcasm.
Posted In: secret service, sarcasm
NYSE

A revision to the revision

Jun 2, 2014
An economic indicator gets revised twice in the span of three hours.

Google gets a makeover

May 30, 2014
We'll give you $10 (er, in karma) if you can tell what changed.
Posted In: Google, Internet

High-end designers turn to 'alpha-sizing'

May 29, 2014
Why numeric sizes are giving way to "small," "medium" and "large"
Posted In: vanity sizing, clothing

Doctors to test suspended animation

May 26, 2014
"We don't like to call it suspended animation because it sounds like science fiction."
Berkeley Students

The millennial takeover

May 23, 2014
What is the largest age group in America, you ask?
Posted In: Millenials
Levi Store

Don't wash your jeans, freeze them.

May 22, 2014
Two CEOs gave some jean-ous advice Thursday.
Posted In: levi's, CEOs, Fiat

How much would it cost us to eliminate the penny?

May 21, 2014
Kai Ryssdal thinks it makes cents to say goodbye.
Posted In: coins
Time Warner Center

Shocker: No one likes ISPs or cable providers

May 20, 2014
A recent survey of the telecommunications industry by the ACSI shows low scores.
Posted In: ISPs, cable TV, directv, AT&T, Mergers and Acquisitions

GM doesn't want employees using these words in memos

May 19, 2014
Via GM's latest document stream: "grenadelike," "Kevorkianesque."
Posted In: GM, office behavior

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Money shapes all our lives. But, also our lives shape our understanding of money. Specifically, at an early age family can determine a lot about how we view money. We take a look at how family moments ... big and small ... shape the way we live money.