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Features by Sally Herships

Pandora seeks lower royalties for musicians

To boost profits, the music streaming service is pushing a bill in the House of Representatives that would cut payments to musicians. A coalition representing recording artists plans to fight back with an anti-Pandora PR campaign.
Posted In: pandora, musician, royalties

Marriages fail, but there'll always be wedding dresses

Private equity firm Clayton, Dubilier and Rice's proposal to buy David’s Bridal for $1.05 billion is a reminder that wedding wear is still a big retail business.
Posted In: wedding dresses, David's Bridal, weddings

Stealthy Silk Road website flying high

The secretive online marketplace works just like eBay or Amazon. The only difference is that its merchandise is illegal, and all of its users are anonymous.
Posted In: illegal, Internet, Silk Road, online retail, online shopping, drugs

NASA probes to study weather in outer space

Forecasting bad weather events in space can save big money down here on earth.
Posted In: NASA, weather

Office fun is serious business

Trust falls, scavenger hunts, outdoor team-building -- these are activities best left to the professionals.
Posted In: Fun At Work, workplace, office behavior

U.S. proves popular for money laundering

Standard Chartered denies passing Iranian funds through the U.S. But after other laundering cases, why is the U.S. popular for cleansing money?
Posted In: Banks, money laundering, Standard Chartered

The cost of living...on Mars

The Curiosity Rover's successful landing got us wondering: Just how much would it cost to live on the Red Planet?
Posted In: mars

The latest Times Square attraction: Mars

If you want to be surrounded by other earthlings as you watch NASA's Mars rovers land on the red planet, head for Times Square. The rovers, the space agency's biggest hits, will be live on the big screen.
Posted In: space, mars, Science, NASA

Shopping in the man cave

A New York grocery store creates a special space just for men.
Posted In: Retail, men, New York

Are Americans overworked?

Europeans get a minimum of three weeks of paid vacation, but many Americans get none. While Americans may work more, it doesn't necessarily mean they're being more productive.
Posted In: employment, stress, productivity, vacation, Europeans

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