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TV mines the past for new programming

Aug 6, 2015
When it comes to new television programming, what’s old is new again.
Posted In: television, old school, competition
PayPal President and CEO Dan Schulman (center) joins employees, customers and Nasdaq employees while ringing the bell at Nasdaq on Monday morning in New York City. PayPal Holdings Inc. became an independent publicly traded company on the exchange Monday.

PayPal makes its stock market debut

Jul 20, 2015
The payment company goes public, but how will it compete going forward?
Posted In: paypal, smartphones, competition

Alcoa faces pressure to cut cost

Apr 7, 2015
The aluminium giant is in a heated competition.
Posted In: aluminum, Alcoa, competition

Young tech workers sought in tightening labor market

Mar 5, 2015
As competition heats up, companies are working harder to poach talent.
Posted In: millennials, competition, first job, software engineer

Low-wage workers stuck with non-compete agreements

Nov 4, 2014
An increasing number of American workers are being asked to sign such deals.
Posted In: competition, low wage
golfing

The U.S. Open is rolling, for mini golf

Aug 15, 2014
Prizes are small, but there’s enough action to sustain a pro circuit.
Posted In: business of sports, Golf, prizes, competition

Don't bother shopping around for your contact lenses

Jul 31, 2014
Johnson & Johnson stops retailers from discounting its Acuvue lenses
Posted In: contact lenses, eyeglasses, unilateral pricing, competition
Misha Neal

Competitive swimming struggles to stay afloat

Jul 29, 2014
Parents and kids often overlook swimming when choosing an organized sport.
Posted In: swimming, Sports, competition, kids

Dieting for dollars: Using money to motivate weight loss

Oct 18, 2013
Shedding those holiday pounds can be tough, but maybe a financial incentive can give you that extra push.
Posted In: weight loss, Health, Personal Finance, incentives, competition

How stress and competition can improve your life

Feb 19, 2013
A new book breaks down the scientific nature of competition and risk, and finds that by balancing risk more effectively, women often outperform men in financial fields.
Posted In: competition, competitiveness

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