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Features by Sally Herships

Why you might seeing English subtitles on Spanish-lanuguage TV ads

Some advertisers are using the World Cup to experiment with bilingual ads on English networks.
Posted In: World Cup, advertisements, Spanish language

Note to bees: do not stop and smell the roses

A new study says garden plants from big box stores contain a toxic pesticide.
Posted In: bees, bee colony collapse, pesticides, big box stores
Crumbs Bake Shop

As the cupcake crumbles: Lessons from Crumbs' demise

Crumbs expanded quickly and even went public.
Posted In: cupcakes, food and drink

How a hotel earns five stars: the checklist

A look at how hotels like Hyatt's newest in Manhattan earn a top tier rating.

New York City extends paid sick days to more workers

Most workers save their sick days for when they're most needed.
Posted In: sick leave, New York City, sickness
Bitcoins

Bidding on bitcoin in a U.S. auction

The U.S. Marshal’s office auctions off bitcoin seized in Silk Road investigation.
Posted In: bitcoin, US Marshals Service, Silk Road
Ingredients

The unheralded path to success: be invisible

Not everyone has to be an extroverted self-promoter to succeed
Posted In: marketing, promotion

How to get a job on LinkedIn

How to use LinkedIn to get a job. By... LinkedIn.
Posted In: linkedin, emloyment

Does LinkedIn work for job seekers?

LinkedIn is a way for job seekers to put themselves out there. Recruiters searching the site may find them.
Posted In: linkedin, employment, recruiting

Who sues police departments the most? Police officers

In New Jersey, millions are spent each year on lawsuits involving police.
Posted In: new jersey, police, lawsuits

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