Features by Sally Herships
Posted In: online dating
Can websites like eHarmony really help form the perfect union -- even when it comes to money?
Posted In: venture, schools, Columbia, VC
It may sound tempting to drop out of school to start your start-up. But it may be even more tempting to stay in.
Posted In: perfume, smells, college, university, merchandising, notre dame
Notre Dame is the latest school to market its own fragrance.
Posted In: community colleges, Retirement, baby boomers
40 percent of community college presidents are expected to retire in the next five years.
Posted In: Education, higher education, tenure, union
Adjunct and non-tenure track professors are joining unions, hungry for benefits and job security they currently lack. And in a twist, they're not always joining the unions you might expect.
Posted In: teacher training, No Child Left Behind, test scores, Education
We’re doing a terrible job of training teachers -- and that training is expensive.
Posted In: charities, Susan G. Komen For the Cure Foundation, fundraising
The Susan B. Komen for the Cure breast cancer charity announced this morning that it is cancelling fundraising walks in seven cities in 2014. How much do they actually make from similar walks?
Posted In: housing market, magazines, economic indicators
Shelter magazines are on the rebound as the housing industry bounces back. What other lateral signs are there out there?
Posted In: teachers, New York, schools
New York is going to start evaluating teachers in all subject fields, and test results will be part of their performance evaluations. This week, the teachers start getting trained in the new grading system.
Posted In: advertising, commercials, TV commercials
We’re hearing a lot of bleeping in ads these days. It may be a crude, but smart, strategy for some companies.