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We have a tag for "Sharknado" stories

Our coverage of business and health insurance through the lens of "Sharknado"
Posted In: Sharknado, health care

CEOs get paid a ton, Mary Poppins makes almost none

Why CEOs don't have a pay cap while Mary Poppins can't raise the minimum wage.
Posted In: ceo pay, minimum wage
Marijuana

High times in Washington and Colorado

As of today, both states offer retail marijuana sales. But how do they differ?
Posted In: marijuana, Washington, Colorado State

That's not a beach ball, it's radar equipment

The Fort Walton Beach Holiday Inn is a combo of hotel and military test site.
Posted In: beach balls, military technology, radar

$1.7 Million can buy a lot of Monster Energy drinks

The Beastie Boys were awarded $1.7 Million in a case against Monster Beverage Corp
Posted In: Beastie Boys

Assemble your own Stanley Cup gift basket

The numbers behind what some are calling a pretty low stakes wager
Posted In: Stanley Cup, california, New York, Jerry Brown, Andrew Cuomo

I vow...to hide my assets in Bitcoin

Among the uses of the cryptocurrency is the ability to hide assets during divorce proceedings
Posted In: bitcoin, divorce

Hosting the Olympics and coming away with a profit? Imagine that. Three cities that bucked the trend

The $51 billion price tag of Sochi is a reminder that the Winter Games can create an avalanche of public debt. But which cities actually managed to come out of their hosting stint on top?
Posted In: Olympcs, Sochi
Zappos

The end of the job listing?

Zappos dropped traditional job postings for a social networking hiring system.
Posted In: zappos, hiring, job interviews

What to do when your refrigerator starts advertising

Google may be planning to put ads in unusual places, like thermostats and watches.
Posted In: Google, ads, internet of things

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