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Features by Shannon Mullen

Who's watching the students? The watchers

A school district in Southern California has revealed that it is paying a company to track its students online.
Posted In: schools, Facebook, social networking

Nebraska Apple store is actually a classroom

It’s the first student-run Apple Store for aspiring marketers, accountants, and entrepreneurs.
Posted In: Apple Store, apple, Retail

Big-time brands start swinging on Vine

Airbnb is the latest company to experiment with Vine.
Posted In: Vine, Twitter, instagram

‘Sorry, I don’t have any cash!’

Are tips drying up as Americans trade paper for plastic?
Posted In: tipping, Jobs, Tech, cash, cashless

Is a job at Amazon a 'good job'?

Amazon is hiring 5,000 new full-time workers at its fulfillment centers.
Posted In: manufacturing, Jobs, Unemployment, Amazon, Amazon.com

Jeff Bezos' plan for world domination: Lose money

Most businesses get hammered by the markets when they fail to meet profit expectations; not Amazon.
Posted In: Amazon, jeff bezos, Wall Street

Is Samsung treading water until the Galaxy S5?

Even though Samsung is still growing , its profits likely won’t ease concerns the company is in a bit of trouble.
Posted In: samsung, apple, smartphones, mobile

CBS vs. Time Warner Cable: TV wars rage on

Cable companies and the channels they distribute seem to enjoy a symbiotic relationship. But it's not that simple.
Posted In: CBS, tv, cable TV, Time Warner, Time Warner Cable

Aaron Hernandez case could change NFL offseason

The NBA instituted some strict and professional guidelines after the news media spotlighted misdeeds by basketball players. Will the NFL do the same?
Posted In: NBA, NFL, Aaron Hernandez

Boeing's other businesses: Drones and overseas fighter jets

The Dreamliner gets all the attention, but Boeing has other lines of business.
Posted In: Boeing, lockheed martin, Northrop Grumman

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