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Features by Sally Herships

Is manufacturing growth creating 'decent wage' jobs?

Manufacturing activity grew last month to its highest level in two years. But is it producing jobs you can raise a family on?
Posted In: manufacturing

Study: Black and Latino students missing out on selective colleges

A new study finds that America's higher education system perpetuates white advantages.
Posted In: higher education, college

The smartphone killed the camera. Is the GPS unit next?

Garmin and other GPS companies are struggling to sell consumer GPS units in an iPhone world.
Posted In: gps, iPhone, apple, Garmin, smartphone

Why homeless kids are harder to count

The Urban Institute looks to make counting homeless youth more effective.
Posted In: homeless, youth, public policy

Unpaid internships under fire

Unpaid interns are suing big companies that don't provide the valuable educational and work experiences they promised.
Posted In: internship, internships

Baby, it's grand: The piano business

Steinway Musical Instruments, which has been in business for 160 years, has agreed to be bought by Kohlberg for about $438 million.
Posted In: Music

Finding the perfect money match online

Can websites like eHarmony really help form the perfect union -- even when it comes to money?
Posted In: online dating

Schools get into the start-up game

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: venture, schools, Columbia, VC

Ahh... The scent of alma mater...

Notre Dame is the latest school to market its own fragrance.
Posted In: perfume, smells, college, university, merchandising, notre dame

Community colleges face retirement crisis

40 percent of community college presidents are expected to retire in the next five years.
Posted In: community colleges, Retirement, baby boomers

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