Features by Sally Herships
Posted In: airline industry, Science, math
Airlines endlessly try to engineer procedures to speed up boarding and reduce costly delays. A scientist thinks he has the solution.
Posted In: JP Morgan, JPMorgan Chase, London Whale
Thanks to cooperation from Bruno Iksil, a.k.a. the London Whale, the Justice Department's charged two people for allegedly hiding the size of JPMorgan's $6 billion trading loss.
Posted In: JPMorgan Chase, Banks
Big banks are in the cross hairs of the Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission, as authorities push for tougher punishment for misbehavior.
Posted In: washington post, New York Times, media, Amazon, jeff bezos
What does Jeff Bezos get out of his purchase of the Washington Post for $250 million? (Besides a struggling media business, of course).
Posted In: CBS, Time Warner, Good Wife, NFL, television
Some savvy Time Warner Cable customers have schemed out ways to watch CBS and Showtime during the cable dispute. What are they?
Posted In: Hot Pockets, marketing, Food
The handheld, sandwich-like pastry is relaunching with healthier, higher-quality ingredients to appeal to millennials.
Posted In: manufacturing
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: higher education, college
A new study finds that America's higher education system perpetuates white advantages.
Posted In: gps, iPhone, apple, Garmin, smartphone
Garmin and other GPS companies are struggling to sell consumer GPS units in an iPhone world.
Posted In: homeless, youth, public policy
The Urban Institute looks to make counting homeless youth more effective.